Picture Of Flag Of Pirate Stede Bonnet

Picture Of Flag Of Pirate Stede Bonnet

Description

Traditional flag of pirate Stede Bonnet.

Stede Bonnet's flag is represented as a white skull above a horizontal long bone between a heart and a dagger, all on a black field.

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