Have you seen the POTCSMatch.com heart with the Confederate flag inside it? The flag is from an actual photo taken of a flag that currently flies at the Jefferson Davis State Historic Site in Kentucky. It marks his birthplace with an 351 foot obelisk. Flag photo courtesy of Visions on Fourth Street.
While many might be unfamiliar with this version of the flag, it was the last official national flag of the Confederacy as of March 4, 1865. The "Stars & Bars" that most are familiar with were in the upper left corner; the majority of the flag was then solid white, with a thick red vertical stripe at the end: