The booklet is in storage, I picked it up at a street both in Charleston in 83. I’ll do some hunting and get you the info.
The first proposed SC flag in 1860 had a white field with a green palmetto, a union of blue with a white increscent moon. (Points pointing upward). The first Official State flag (1/26/1861) or National Flag had a blue field with white oval & natural color palmetto, in the upper hoist a incresent moon. On second thought the State simplified the flag on 1/28/1861. Blue field with white palmetto in the center, in upper hoist a incresent moon. The official letterhead of the State shows this flag and several of these flag were captured during the war even the one that flow over the Capital which is now in the collection in Iowa. (Picture file SC State Archives)
In 1915 the palmetto tree was simplify and the crescent moon was made smaller with the points pointing toward the upper hoist corner. The 1950 to 1970 version adopted a little better version of the palmetto tree and the crescent moon was pointed toward the hoist. The present day version adopted in 1970 has a white palmetto and the crescent moon points toward the upper hoist corner. However the correct color a the blue field has not been established by the State. Most manufactures us O.G. Blue the same color blue as the U.S. National flag. The official proportions of the State flag is 3:5. ( Subject file SC State Archives 1861 flag act & 1915 flag act & 1970 flag act.)
The first unofficial State flag had a blue field with a white crescent in upper hoist. Some added the word “Liberty” dating from the Rev. War but the wording is very questionable. It can be classified as a “Liberty” flag.
Trust but verify.