Jeff Bridgman Antique Flags
 

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

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48 STARS ON AN AMERICAN FLAG MADE BY FRENCH RESISTANCE DURING WWII, PRESENTED TO THE 3RD SQUAD OF THE 8TH INFANTRY REGIMENT (MOTORIZED, 4TH INFANTRY DIVISION) FOLLOWING THEIR PARTICIPATION IN THE BATTLE OF NORMANDY, IN GRATITUDE OF THE NATION'S FORTHCOMING LIBERATION IN 1944, A WONDERFUL EXAMPLE WITH STRONG FOLK QUALITIES

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CONFEDERATE SOUTHERN CROSS “BATTLE FLAG”, A SCARCE, UNUSUALLY ACCURATE AND GRAPHICALLY PLEASING, REUNION PERIOD EXAMPLE, SIGNED "WOLVERINE," SHERRITT FLAG CO., RICHMOND, VA, 1922-WWII ERA

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THE BLEU, BLANC & ROUGE: A FRENCH NATIONAL FLAG OF THE WWI - WWII ERA, MADE BY JOHN EDDINGTON IN LONDON

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IMPORTANT FLAG OF THE PENNSYLVANIA NATIONAL GUARD HEADQUARTERS

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THE PERSONAL HEADQUARTERS FLAG OF PHILIP HENRY SHERIDAN FROM THE SPRING - SUMMER OF 1862, WHEN HE LED THE 2ND MICHIGAN CAVALRY WITH GREAT EFFECT AND ROSE FROM CAPTAIN TO MAJOR GENERAL

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

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BATTLE OF WHITE PLAINS, NEW YORK FLAG WITH "LIBERTY OR DEATH" SLOGAN, LIBERTY POLE & CAP, REVOLUTIONARY WAR COMMEMORATIVE, MADE CA 1890-1910, WITH A FUN INSCRIPTION THAT READS: "STOLEN FROM J.T. LOCKWOOD", RARE & GRAPHIC

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POWER SQUADRONS ENSIGN, MADE BY ANNIN IN NEW YORK CITY, 1914-1920’s

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PRE-1875 PENNSYLVANIA STATE STANDARD, HAND-PAINTED CREST ON SILK, BULLION FRINGE

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HAND-PAINTED PATRIOTIC BANNER WITH THE SEAL OF THE STATE OF VIRGINIA AND GREAT FOLK QUALITIES

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HAND-PAINTED 19TH CENTURY BANNER WITH AN 1867 VERSION OF THE SEAL OF THE STATE OF ILLINOIS, PROPOSED IN THAT YEAR BY THE SECRETARY OF STATE, BUT IN A VARIATION NEVER FORMALLY ADOPTED

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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

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PATRIOTIC FLAG QUILT WITH 48 STARS AND BEAUTIFUL QUILTING, WWI - WWII (1917-1945)

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