Confederate; dark blue silk with gold embroidery designs on both sides; front: palmetto tree with quarter moon above; "Deus Vobiscum" across lower half; reverse: anchor; "Wee Tee Volunteers" above and "Nov 22nd 1860" below
The palmetto tree is the symbol of South Carolina. The anchor may represent the unit's coastal origin.
Before the Civil War began, the South enlisted men in local militia units such as the Wee Tee Volunteers of South Carolina. Their ceremonial flag bears the date of their inception and an anchor, possibly to signify their coastal location.