Flags of Peru are made from heavy weight nylon with brass grommets or pole sleeve and golden fringe, specially treated to resist sun and chemical deterioration.
Are you aware? Flag of Peru was officially adopted on February 25, 1825 The coat of arms is in the central band, the coat of arms pictures a shield containing a
vicuña, cinchona tree, yellow cornucopia full of gold coins,
and a green laurel wreath and branches. The colors are said to symbolize the Incas and their lasting impact on the country. The coat of arms features a llama and cinchona tree, important symbols of Peru, and a centered cornucopia representing prosperity.