Rainbow Peace Sign Tire Cover


Rainbow Peace Sign Bar Code
Rainbow Peace Sign Bar Code

Affordable all-weather protection for spare tires on RVs, vans or trucks

Heavy-duty waterproof, wipe-clean vinyl with a soft, non-scratch Protects against dirt, rust. Elasticized back hem for a fast and adjustable fit Wipe-clean vinyl with non-scratch backing

1. Do not power wash! 2. Just wipe it clean with mild soap and water. 3. Keep cover clean inside.

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Rainbow Peace Sign Tire Cover

Show off your spare tire cover. The cover features a boldly printed logo that will last for years without fading.

Its elastic tie-down provides an easy fit, while the heavy gauge vinyl material ensures long-term use, providing the perfect way to show your Bronco pride when you’re on the go.

What does the Rainbow Peace Sign mean?

The use of the olive branch as a symbol of peace in Western civilization dates back to at least 5th century BC Greece. The ancient Greeks believed that olive branches represented plenty and drove away evil spirits, and an olive branch was one of the attributes of Eirene, the Greek goddess of peace. Known as Pax to the Romans, she appeared on Roman Imperial coins with an olive branch, and the Roman poet Virgil associated the ‘plump olive’ with Pax and used the olive branch as a symbol of peace Aeneid. Another goddess in Greek mythology, Athene, gave the olive tree to the people of Athens, who showed their gratitude by naming the city after her. 

In the early cultivation of the olive, it took years for the trees to bear fruit for the harvest, so it was believed that anyone who planted olive groves must expect a long period of peace. Furthermore, wars between states are suspended during the Olympic Games, and the winners are given crowns of olive branches to wear. 

Later representations also associate the olive branch with peace. 17th-century poets used the olive branch to symbolize peace, and a Charles I gold coin of 1644 shows the monarch with a sword and olive branch. English coins of the 18th century depict Britannia with a spear and olive branch. In July 1775, the American Continental Congress adopted the ‘Olive Branch Petition in the hope of avoiding a full-blown war with Great Britain. 

James Thornhill’s allegorical painting Peace and Liberty Triumphing Over Tyranny depicts King William III and Queen Mary – who had enacted the English Bill of Rights – enthroned in heaven with the Virtues behind them. Peace, with her doves and lambs, hands an olive branch to William, who in turn hands the cap of liberty to Europe, where absolute monarchy prevails.

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