Jeff Bridgman Antique Flags
 

38 STARS IN AN EXTREMELY RARE PATTERN THAT BEARS A CLUSTER OF 6 SMALL STARS WITHIN A LINEAL PATTERN OF LARGER STARS, 1876-1889, COLORADO STATEHOOD 
WWII SON-IN-SERVICE BANNER FOR A U.S. NAVYMAN 
36 STARS ON A CIVIL WAR ERA PARADE FLAG, 1864-67, NEVADA STATEHOOD 
34 STARS IN A LINEAL CONFIGURATION OF "GLOBAL ROWS" AND WITH SCATTERED STAR POSITIONING, ON A FLAG MADE DURING THE OPENING TWO YEARS OF THE CIVIL WAR, 1861-63, KANSAS STATEHOOD 
CAMPAIGN KERCHIEF MADE TO SUPPORT THE 1892 PRESIDENTIAL RUN OF BENJAMIN HARRISON AND WHITELAW REID, WITH PATRIOTIC IMAGERY AND PROTECTION TO HOME INDUSTRIES SLOGAN 
PAIR OF KERCHIEFS FROM THE 1904 PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN: ROOSEVELT VS. PARKER 
45 UPSIDE-DOWN STARS, 1896-1907, UTAH STATEHOOD, SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR ERA 
45 STARS IN ZIGZAGING OFFSET ROWS, AN UNUSUAL CONFIGURATION ON AN ANTIQUE AMERICAN PARADE FLAG WITH EXCEPTIONAL COLOR, UTAH STATEHOOD, 1896-1908, SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR ERA 
EXTREMELY RARE PARADE FLAG WITH RARE CIRCLE-IN-A-SQUARE STAR CONFIGURATION, MADE FOR THE 1868 PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN OF HORATIO SEYMOUR AND FRANCIS PRESTON BLAIR, JR., WITH HIGHLY UNUSUAL GRAPHICS THAT INCLUDE A "GREENBACK" DOLLAR WITH SEYMOUR'S PORTRAIT 
33 STARS, MEDALLION CONFIGURATION, PRE-CIVIL WAR THROUGH WAR PERIOD, 1859-1861 
13 STARS ARRANGED IN A 4-5-4 PATTERN ON A SMALL-SCALE FLAG OF THE 1895-1910 ERA 
13 STARS IN A MEDALLION CONFIGURATION ON A LARGE SCALE PARADE FLAG MADE FOR THE 1876 CENTENNIAL 
8 STARS, CONFEDERATE SYMPATHIZER, VIRGINIA SECESSION, EXTREMELY SCARCE, 1861 
15 STARS, MADE EITHER TO CELEBRATE KENTUCKY STATEHOOD OR TO GLORIFY THE SOUTH, 1861-1876, VERY RARE 
41 STARS, AN UNOFFICIAL COUNT, ACCURATE FOR JUST THREE DAYS, EXTREMELY RARE, 1889, MONTANA STATEHOOD 
38 STAR, SILK FLAG WITH 12 STRIPES AND THREE DIFFERENT STYLES OF HAND-EMBROIDERED STARS, ARRANGED TO REFLECT THE NUMBER OF NORTHERN AND SOUTHERN SUPPORTING STATES DURING THE CIVIL WAR, AND RESULTING IN ONE OF THE MOST RARE STAR CONFIGURATIONS EXTANT AMONG SURVIVING EXAMPLES, COLORADO STATEHOOD, 1876 
EXTRORDINARY CONFEDERATE OFFICER'S FLAG IN THE 1ST NATIONAL DESIGN (STARS & BARS), WITH 11 EMBROIDERD STARS IN A "GREAT STAR" PATTERN ON ONE SIDE AND "CSA" ON THE OTHER, TAKEN ON SHERMAN'S MARCH BY A SOLDIER FROM THE 20TH CONNECTICUT VOLUNTEERS 
32 STARS IN A ONE-OF-A-KIND PATTERN ON A DYNAMIC FLAG WITH PURPORTED CONFEDERATE CAPTURE HISTORY AT THE FIRST MANASSAS; A VERY RARE STAR COUNT, OFFICIAL FOR 1 YEAR AND ACCURATE FOR JUST 9 MONTHS, MINNESOTA STATEHOOD, 1858-59 
28 STARS, AN EXTREMELY RARE AND DESIRABLE STAR COUNT REFLECTING TEXAS STATEHOOD, OFFICIAL FOR ONLY ONE YEAR, 1845-46 
31 STARS ARRANGED IN A RARE VARIATION OF THE “GREAT STAR” PATTERN, WITH THE WORDS "RHODE ISLAND" PAINTED IN THE STRIPES, PART OF A SERIES OF THESE FLAGS, THOUGHT TO HAVE BEEN USED AT THE WIGWAM CONVENTION (THE 1860 REPUBLICAN NATIONAL CONVENTION) IN C