I have seen the 9th Va flag that was taken late. It appears to be a 3rd bunting, most likely issued unmarked, but it does have "9 Va" in the lower quadrant rather crude that appears to be a field marking rather than a depot one. Based upon this the current theory is that Pickett recieved generic unmarked flags after those lost at Gettysburg. This would also give a feasible explanation for most that later re-captures did not have the "Pickett Style" unit markings on them. Those thus marked and confirmed captured at Gettysburg did not seem to be repeated.
I at first pondered if some of the Pickett flags may have survived Gettysburg and not actually captured since the existance of several so marked being captured at Five Forks / Saylers Creek.. but not others confirmed with existing evidence to have been taken at G'Burg. However since discovered that not all of the regiments of Picketts Division had the "Pickett Style" flags in the breeze at G'burg.. but some still using earlier bunting issues... Thus would also help explain the confusions with the identification of several regimental flags reported captured at G'burg and who captured who's... including that of the 14th Va.
Therefore with this hypothsis in mind.. it gives the impression that all the units in Picketts Division recieved these marked flags in about June 1863... but not all were actually using them at the time of G'burg... so maybe not all of them of that type were lost there... One would naturally assume if recieved a "new" flag one would make use of it... Especially in the case of the 14th Va that reported after Malvern Hill that their flag (2nd bunting) was in tatters and had over 40 bullet holes in it... but maybe not... This would also explain why the 14th flag captured at Five Forks was of the Pickett style marked flag.. They lost their older 2nd bunting at G'burg.. then afterwards brought out their unused Pickett style that most of their brother units had already lost.. Just an observation and opinion... will post more when known..