Jeff Bridgman Antique Flags
 

13 STARS IN THE 3rd MARYLAND PATTERN ON A CIVIL WAR ERA FLAG WITH THE SMALLEST HAND-APPLIQUÉD STARS THAT I HAVE EVER SEEN ON A WOOL EXAMPLE OF THE 19TH CENTURY 
34 STAR CIVIL WAR RECRUITING FLAG MADE UNDER MILITARY CONTRACT BY JAMES SEBRING IN NEW YORK CITY, 1861 OR 1862 
36 STARS, CIVIL WAR ERA, MADE BY ANNIN IN NEW YORK CITY, IN AN UNUSUAL TINY SIZE FOR THE PERIOD AND ENTIRELY HAND-SEWN, PROBABLY CARRIED AS A MILITARY CAMP COLORS OR GUIDON, NEVADA STATEHOOD, 1864-67 
39 STARS IN TWO SIZES, ALTERNATING FROM ONE COLUMN TO THE NEXT, NEVER AN OFFICIAL STAR COUNT, 1875-76 
48 STAR FLAG & MATCHING COMMISSIONING PENNANT OF THE WWII ERA, SELDOM EVER FOUND IN A MATCHING PAIR, BROUGHT HOME BY U.S. NAVY AMPHIBIOUS FORCES GROUP SAILOR LUTHER VOIGHT LINGLE, WHO SERVED ON THE U.S.S. REEVES, THE FIRST AMERICAN SHIP TO DROP ANCHOR IN JAPANESE WATERS BEFORE THE SURRENDER 
38 STARS IN A MEDALLION CONFIGURATION WITH 2 OUTLIERS, A RARE EXAMPLE OF THIS PATTERN ON A LARGE SCALE PARADE FLAG WITH RED STRIPES, 1876-1889, COLORADO STATEHOOD 
38 STARS WITH SCATTERED STAR POSITIONING, ARRANGED IN COLUMNS OF 6-7-6-6-7-6, COLORADO STATEHOOD, 1876-1889 
WWI SON-IN-SERVICE BANNER FOR A U.S. NAVYMAN 
SILK KERCHIEF WITH A BIRD'S EYE VIEW OF THE WORLD COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION (CHICAGO WORLD'S FAIR), SET AGAINST AN AMERICAN FLAG BACKDROP, 1892-1893