Jeff Bridgman Antique Flags
 

13 HAND-SEWN STARS IN A 3-2-3-2-3 PATTERN ON AN ANTIQUE AMERICAN FLAG WITH ENDEARING WEAR FROM LONG-TERM USE, AND IN AN EXTRAORDINARILY SMALL AMOUNG IT'S PIECED-AND-SEWN COUNTERPARTS, PROBABLY MADE DURING THE AMERICAN CIVIL WAR (1861-65), THOUGH PERHAPS SHORTLY THEREAFTER, AND POSSIBLY ONCE BELONGING TO CIVIL WAR GENERAL AND SECRETARY OF THE NAVY BENJAMIN FRANKLIN TRACY

Web ID: 13j-1448

CONFEDERATE SOUTHERN CROSS “BATTLE FLAG”, AN UNUSUAL AND GRAPHICALLY PLEASING EXAMPLE, MADE OF SATIN SILK AND DATING TO THE PERIOD BETWEEN 1890 AND 1920

Web ID: fcj-896

ENTIRELY HAND-SEWN AMERICAN NATIONAL FLAG WITH 13 STARS ON A TALL AND NARROW CANTON; A HOMEMADE EXAMPLE WITH INTERESTING PRESENTATION, MADE SOMETIME BETWEEN THE TAIL END OF THE CIVIL WAR AND THE 1876 CENTENNIAL

Web ID: 13j-1349

EXTREMELY RARE U.S. WAR DEPARTMENT COMMISSIONING PENNANT WITH 7 STARS, A REVERSAL OF THE U.S. NAVY COLOR SCHEME AND UNUSUALLY LARGE IN SCALE FOR THE PERIOD, WWI-WWII ERA (1917-1945)

Web ID: 07j-870

IMPORTANT FLAG OF THE PENNSYLVANIA NATIONAL GUARD HEADQUARTERS

Web ID: ofj-807

PRINTED COTTON BANNER, MADE FOR THE 1928 PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN OF NEW YORK ASSEMBLYMAN AND SHERRIF TURNED GOVERNOR, AL SMITH, A LEADING PROGRESSIVE MOVEMENT DEMOCRAT AND THE FIRST CATHOLIC TO RUN FOR THE NATION'S HIGHEST OFFICE ON A MAJOR PARTY TICKET

Web ID: pat-167

PERHAPS THE BEST WWII SON-IN-SERVICE BANNER I HAVE EVER ENCOUNTERED, WITH AN ALL-AMERICAN SLOGAN THAT PERSONALIZES THE WAR AND 11 OF ITS 14 STARS ARRANGED IN A "V" FOR VICTORY

Web ID: pat-345

EARLY FLAG OF PHILADELPHIA, PROBABLY 1874-1876, PRINTED ON A WOOL & COTTON BLENDED FABRIC AND HAND-COLORED, EXTREMELY RARE

Web ID: ofj-878

CANADIAN VERSION OF THE BRITISH RED ENSIGN, A BEAUTIFUL EXAMPLE, 1873-1905

Web ID: ofj-906

 


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