Jeff Bridgman Antique Flags
 

38 HAND-SEWN STARS IN AN UNUSUALLY CONFINED PATTERN OF JUSTIFIED ROWS, ON AN ANTIQUE FLAG IN A RELATIVELY SMALL SCALE FOR THE PERIOD, 1876-1889, COLORADO STATEHOOD 
HOMEMADE FLAG WITH 13 STARS ARRANGED IN THE CIRCULAR WREATH PATTERN OFTEN ATTRIBUTED TO BETSY ROSS, WITH ENDEARING WEAR, AND WITH ITS CANTON RESTING ON THE WAR STRIPE, CA 1890-1920's 
ANTIQUE AMERICAN FLAG WITH 16 STARS, A U.S. NAVY SMALL BOAT ENSIGN OF THE MID-19TH CENTURY, ENTIRELY HAND-SEWN, 1850-1861 
THIRTY-FOUR-FOOT U.S. NAVY COMMISSIONING PENNANT WITH 13 STARS, CIVIL WAR PERIOD (1861-65), ENTIRELY HAND SEWN 
38 STARS WITH SCATTERED POSITIONING, COLORADO STATEHOOD, 1876-1889 
13 STARS, MEDALLION PATTERN, 1876 CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION 
45 HAND-EMBROIDERED STARS WITH WONDERFUL, FLOWER-LIKE PROFILES ON A HOMEMADE SILK FLAG WITH A CORNFLOWER BLUE CANTON AND BURGUNDY RED STRIPES, A MAGIFICENT EXAMPLE OF THE 1896-1908 PERIOD, SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR ERA, UTAH STATEHOOD 
WOMEN'S SUFFRAGE ARMBAND OR HATBAND, 1910-20 
46 STARS WITH VARIED STAR POSITIONING, 1907-1912, OKLAHOMA STATEHOOD 
38 STARS ON A HOMEMADE FLAG WITH A CORNFLOWER BLUE CANTON, COLORADO STATEHOOD, 1876-1889 
45 STARS IN A "NOTCHED" DESIGN ON A SMALL SCALE FLAG OF THE 1896-1907 PERIOD, LEAVING SPACE OPEN FOR THE FUTURE ADDITION OF THREE MORE WESTERN TERRITORIES, OWNED AND POSSIBLY MADE BY ALVAH WOODBURY, A SHOEMAKER, OF BEVERLY MASSACHUSETTS 
42 STARS, 1889-1890, AN UNOFFICIAL STAR COUNT, WASHINGTON STATEHOOD, SCATTERED STAR POSITIONING 
36 STAR ANTIQUE AMERICAN PARADE FLAG OF THE CIVIL WAR ERA, AN ATTRACTIVE EXAMPLE WITH ENDEARING WEAR, NICE COLORS, AND CANTED STARS, 1864-67, NEVADA STATEHOOD 
13 HAND-SEWN STARS ON A U.S. NAVY SMALL BOAT ENSIGN OF THE 1876 CENTENNIAL ERA 
48 STAR AMERICAN PARADE FLAG WITH A BOLD CIVIL WAR VETERAN'S OVERPRINT, A 1908 DATE, A CORNFLOWER BLUE CANTON, AND A STAGGERED ROW CONFIGURATION, MADE 4 YEARS PRIOR TO THE ADDITION OF THE 48TH STATE 
RARE HENRY CLAY CAMPAIGN PARADE FLAG WITH PORTRAIT IN OAK LEAF & GEAR COG MEDALLION, 26 STARS, 1844 
44 STARS IN AN UNUSUAL "NOTCHED" PATTERN, WYOMING STATEHOOD, 1890-1896 
RARE AND EXCEPTIONAL 1821 PRINTING OF THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE, ONE OF THE TWO EARLIEST RENDERINGS ON CLOTH, PRODUCED AND DISTRIBUTED BY COLLIN GILLESPIE (OF SCOTLAND AND NEW YORK) FOR THE AMERICAN MARKET 
JUGATE PORTRAIT POLITICAL KERCHIEF FROM THE 1904 PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN OF THEODORE ROOSEVELT & CHARLES WARREN FAIRBANKS WITH "THE RIGHT MEN IN THE RIGHT PLACE" SLOGAN 
13 STARS ARRANGED IN A MEDALLION PATTERN ON A SMALL-SCALE FLAG OF THE 1895-1926 ERA