Jeff Bridgman Antique Flags
 

39 STARS ON AN ANTIQUE AMERICAN FLAG WITH HAND-SEWN, SINGLE-APPLIQUÉD STARS, MADE BY ANNIN IN NEW YORK CITY, DATING TO THE 1876 CENTENNIAL OF AMERICAN INDEPENDENCE, NEVER AN OFFICIAL STAR COUNT, REFLECTS THE ANTICIPATED ARRIVAL OF COLORADO AND THE DAKOTA TERRITORY 
WWII SON-IN-SERVICE BANNER FOR A SERVICEMAN IN THE U.S. ARMY AIR FORCES, WHICH WOULD SOON AFTER BREAK OFF FROM THE ARMY TO BECOME ITS OWN BRANCH, LARGE IN SCALE AMONG SERVICE BANNER OF THIS ERA, GRAPHIC, AND EXTREMELY SCARCE 
ANTIQUE AMERICAN FLAG WITH 41 STARS, AN UNOFFICIAL STAR COUNT, ACCURATE FOR JUST 3 DAYS AND AMONG THE MOST RARE EXAMPLES OF THE 19TH CENTURY, MONTANA STATEHOOD, CA 1889 
ELABORATE PEN & INK SOLDIER’S RECORD WITH AMERICAN PATRIOTIC COLORS AND IMAGERY, MADE FOR VERNON E. CUMMINGS OF THE 2ND REGIMENT, COMPANY D, WHO SUPPORTED TEDDY ROOSEVELT’S ROUGH RIDER’S ON SAN JUAN HILL, 1898, SIGNED “ODBEERE” 
EARLY OHIO STATE FLAG WITH A BLUE DISC INSIDE THE BUCKEYE, CA 1902 - 1915, AN EXTREMELY RARE AND BEAUTIFUL EXAMPLE 
35 SINGLE-APPLIQUÉD STARS ON A CIVIL WAR PERIOD FLAG, SIGNED BY A SURGEON FROM SARATOGA SPRINGS, NEW YORK WHO SERVED WITH THE 29TH NEW YORK STATE MILITIA, WHICH MUSTERED OUT ON JUNE 20TH, 1863, THE EXACT DAY UPON WHICH WEST VIRGINIA BECAME THE 35TH STATE; OFFICIAL FROM THAT YEAR UNTIL 1865 
26 STARS ARRANGED IN A STUNNING "GREAT STAR" CONFIGURATION, THE EARLIEST KNOWN STAR COUNT FOR PRINTED EXAMPLES, 1837-1846, MICHIGAN STATEHOOD 
32 STARS, COMMEMORATING MINNESOTA STATEHOOD, CA 1892 – 1926, A VERY RARE FLAG, IN A SMALL SIZE, WITH AN HOURGLASS OR "GLOBAL ROWS" CONFIGURATION 
45 STARS IN LINEAR ROWS, WITH “DANCING” OR “TUMBLING” ORIENTATION, ON AN ANTIQUE AMERICAN PARADE FLAG, 1896-1908, SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR ERA, REFLECTS UTAH STATEHOOD 
13 STARS IN A MEDALLION PATTERN ON AN ANTIQUE AMERICAN PARADE FLAG MADE FOR THE 1876 CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION 
CONFEDERATE SYMPATHIZER PARADE FLAG WITH 7 GRAPHICALLY WHIMSICAL STARS THAT REFLECT THE INITIAL WAVE OF 7 STATES SECEDED FROM THE UNION, A WAR-PERIOD EXAMPLE, 1861 
38 STARS IN A MEDALLION CONFIGURATION, WITH 2 OUTLIERS, ON A LARGE SCALE ANTIQUE AMERICAN PARADE FLAG, 1876-1889, COLORADO STATEHOOD 
PORTRAIT STYLE PARADE FLAG FROM THE 1884 PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN OF GROVER CLEVELAND, MADE BY CHENEY SILK, MANCHESTER, CT: 
35 STARS IN A DOUBLE WREATH PATTERN ON A CIVIL WAR VETERAN'S FLAG WITH OVERPRINTED BATTLE HONORS OF THE NEW YORK 71ST VOLUNTEER INFANTRY 
13 STAR U.S. MILITARY CAMP COLORS, PRESS-DYED ON WOOL BUNTING, CIVIL WAR OR EARLY INDIAN WARS PERIOD, 1861-1876, ONE OF JUST THREE KNOWN EXAMPLES 
RARE COLLAPSIBLE DRINKING CUP MADE FOR THE EMPIRE STATE (NEW YORK) CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE FOR WOMEN’S SUFFRAGE, ORGANIZED BY CARRIE CHAPMAN CATT, 1915 
42 STARS, AN UNOFFICIAL STAR COUNT, ON AN ANTIQUE AMERICAN FLAG WITH SCATTERED STAR POSITIONING, 1889-1890, WASHINGTON STATEHOOD 
48 STARS IN STAGGERED ROWS ON AN ANTIQUE AMERICAN FLAG WITH A BRILLIANT, CORNFLOWER BLUE CANTON, MADE BETWEEN 1912 - 1918, OR PERHAPS PRIOR; REFLECTS ARIZONA & NEW MEXICO STATEHOOD 
13 STARS ARRANGED IN A 3-2-3-2-3 PATTERN ON A SMALL-SCALE FLAG OF THE 1890's-1910 ERA, WITH AN ATTRACTIVE, ELONGATED PROFILE 
"A NATION'S LOSS": SILK, 1865, ABRAHAM LINCOLN MOURNING RIBBON IN AN ESPECIALLY ATTRACTIVE PORTRAIT DESIGN 

 


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