Jeff Bridgman Antique Flags
 

MAGNIFICENT EMBROIDERY WITH A TRAPUNTO (RAISED) NEEDLEWORK RENDERING OF EMANUEL GOTTLIEB LEUTZE'S "WASHINGTON CROSSING THE DELAWARE," LIKELY FROM AN ORIENTAL PAVILLION AT A WORLD'S FAIR, CA 1885-1900, UNIQUE IN MY EXPERIENCE IN THE PRIVATE MARKETPLACE 
45 STARS ON AN ANTIQUE AMERICAN PARADE FLAG WITH A MEDALLION CONFIGURATION, A RARE FEATURE IN THIS PERIOD, 1896-1908, UTAH STATEHOOD, EX-RICHARD PIERCE COLLECTION 
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 AND AN UNUSUAL 5-FOOT LENGTH 
15 STARS, MADE EITHER TO CELEBRATE KENTUCKY STATEHOOD OR TO GLORIFY THE SOUTH, 1863-1865, CIVIL WAR PERIOD, EXTREMELY RARE 
38 STARS IN A "NOTCHED" PATTERN ON A 7 ft. CLAMP-DYED AMERICAN FLAG OF THE 1876-1889 PERIOD, REFLECTS COLORADO STATEHOOD, MADE BY THE U.S. BUNTING COMPANY IN LOWELL, MASSACHUSETTS 
RARE UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS BANNER OF THE 1910-1920's ERA, MADE OF SATIN SILK WITH STRONG COLOR AND ATTRACTIVE LETTERING 
LARGE SCALE, PRINTED SILK KERCHIEF FEATURING CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA PRESIDENT JEFFERSON DAVIS AND EIGHT OF HIS STAFF, CIVIL WAR PERIOD, EXTREMELY RARE AND THE ONLY KNOWN STYLE PRODUCED FOR THE CONFEDERACY 
TRIANGULAR FELT SUFFRAGETTE PENNANT WITH "VOTES FOR WOMEN," AND ENDEARING WEAR FROM OBVIOUS LONG-TERM USE, 1910-20 
EARLY KERCHEIF WITH IMAGE OF THE CALIFORNIA STATE "BEAR" FLAG, PROBABLY MADE FOR THE PANAMA-PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION IN SAN FRANCISCO IN 1915 
49 EMBROIDERED STARS ON A SMALL SCALE PIECED-AND-SEWN AMERICAN FLAG REFLECTING THE ADDITION OF ALASKA IN 1959, OFFICIAL FOR JUST ONE YEAR, MADE BY ANNIN IN NEW YORK CITY 
48 STAR U.S. NAVY JACK, MADE AT MARE ISLAND, CALIFORNIA, HEADQUARTERS OF THE PACIFIC FLEET, DURING WWII, DATED 1944 
WEST VIRGINIA STATE PARADE FLAG ON CLAZED COTTON, CA 1929 OR PERHAPS PRIOR, A RARE AND BEAUTIFUL EXAMPLE 
33 STARS IN A "GREAT STAR" OR "GREAT LUMINARY" PATTERN ON A HOMEMADE FLAG WITH A BEAUTIFUL, GLAZED COTTON CANTON, 1859-61, PRE-CIVIL WAR THROUGH WAR PERIOD, OREGON STATEHOOD 
36 SINGLE-APPLIQUÉD STARS ON AN ANTIQUE AMERICAN FLAG OF THE CIVIL WAR ERA, SIGNED "J.A. STEWART," 1864-1867, NEVADA STATEHOOD 
38 STARS IN A MEDALLION CONFIGURATION, WITH 2 OUTLIERS, ON A LARGE SCALE ANTIQUE AMERICAN PARADE FLAG, 1876-1889, COLORADO STATEHOOD 
49 STARS ON A SMALL SCALE PIECED-AND-SEWN AMERICAN FLAG REFLECTING THE ADDITION OF ALASKA IN 1959, OFFICIAL FOR JUST ONE YEAR, MADE BY DETTRA IN OAKS, PENNSYLVANIA 
42 CANTED STARS, NEVER AN OFFICIAL STAR COUNT, 1889-1890, WASHINGTON STATEHOOD 
ANTIQUE AMERICAN FLAG WITH 10-POINTED STARS THAT SPELL “1776 – 1876”, MADE FOR THE 100-YEAR ANNIVERSARY OF AMERICAN INDEPENDENCE, ONE OF THE MOST GRAPHIC OF ALL EARLY EXAMPLES 
COLORADO PENNANT IN THE FORM OF THE COLORADO STATE FLAG, MADE IN DENVER BY M. SILVERMAN BETWEEN 1913 AND 1916, IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING THE 1911 CREATION AND ADOPTION OF THE DESIGN 
38 STARS IN A "NOTCHED" PATTERN ON A 5 ft. CLAMP-DYED AMERICAN FLAG OF THE 1876-1889 PERIOD, REFLECTS COLORADO STATEHOOD, MADE BY THE U.S. BUNTING COMPANY IN LOWELL, MASSACHUSETTS 

 


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