Jeff Bridgman Antique Flags
 

13 STARS IN A MEDALLION PATTERN ON AN ANTIQUE AMERICAN FLAG MADE FOR THE 1876 CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION 
WOMEN’S SUFFRAGE PENNANT IN AN EXTREMELY RARE FORMAT THAT FEATURES A SUFFRAGETTE TAKING THE POSE OF LADY COLUMBIA OR LADY JUSTICE, 1910-1920 
34 STARS ON AN ANTIQUE AMERICAN FLAG OF THE CIVIL WAR PERIOD, MADE BY WILLIAM G. MINTZER IN PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA, 1861-63, REFLECTS KANSAS STATEHOOD 
36 STARS ARRANGED IN A RARE "SNOWBALL MEDALLION," ON AN ENTIRELY HAND-SEWN FLAG OF THE CIVIL WAR ERA, WITH GREAT WEAR FROM EXTENDED USE AND IN A GREAT SMALL SIZE FOR THE PERIOD, 1864-1867, NEVADA STATEHOOD 
48 STAR U.S. NAVY JACK, MADE AT MARE ISLAND, CALIFORNIA, HEADQUARTERS OF THE PACIFIC FLEET, DURING WWII, DATED 1942 
13 STARS IN A RARE VARIETY THAT HAS BEEN TERMED A “TRI-CORNER HAT” MEDALLION AND DATES TO THE OPENING YEARS OF THE CIVIL WAR (1861-63) 
46 STARS ON A BRILLIANT ROYAL BLUE CANTON, ON AN ANTIQUE AMERICAN FLAG OF THE 1907-1912 PERIOD, OKLAHOMA STATEHOOD, SCATTERED STAR POSITIONING 
34 STARS IN A LINEAL ARRANGEMENT THAT RESULTS IN A CONFIGURATION THAT I HAVE TERMED "GLOBAL ROWS," MADE DURING THE OPENING TWO YEARS OF THE CIVIL WAR, 1861-63, KANSAS STATEHOOD 
48 STARS CONFIGURED INTO THE LETTERS “U.S.A.”, COPYRIGHTED IN 1916 BY C.A. HARTMAN, ONE OF ONLY FOUR KNOWN SURVIVING EXAMPLES AND ONE OF THE MOST INTERESTING DESIGNS KNOWN TO EXIST IN EARLY FLAGS 

 


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 [>]  [>>]