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 
37 SINGLE APPLIQUÉD STARS ON AN ANTIQUE AMERICAN FLAG MADE DURING THE RECONSTRUCTION ERA, DURING THE INDIAN WARS, BETWEEN 1867-1876, WHEN NEBRASKA WAS THE MOST RECENT STATE TO JOIN THE UNION 
13 STARS AND 17 STRIPES ON AN EXTRAORDINARY FLAG MADE FOR THE 1840 PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN OF WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON, WITH THE INCLUSION OF A STUNNING, 3-COLOR PORTRAIT MEDALLION IN VIOLET, CHEDDAR YELLOW, AND BLACK; AMONG THE EARLIEST OF ALL PRINTED FLAGS KNOWN TO EXIST, AND REPRESENTING THE VERY F 
13 STARS IN A MEDALLION CONFIGURATION ON A SMALL-SCALE ANTIQUE AMERICAN FLAG OF THE 1895-1926 ERA, SIGNED "TAUTOG," PROBABLY FLOWN ON THE YACHT OF THAT NAME BY OWNER GEORGE GARDINER FRY, WHO WON MANY RACES WITH HER AT THE TURN-OF-THE-CENTURY 
13 STAR U.S. NAVY SMALL BOAT ENSIGN MADE AT THE BROOKLYN NAVY YARD, NEW YORK, DATED 1907, PROBABLY PRODUCED TO OUTFIT TEDDY ROOSEVELT'S GREAT WHITE FLEET 
48 STARS, CROCHETED, A BEAUTIFUL EXAMPLE, WWI - WWII ERA 
48 STAR, U.S. NAVY SMALL BOAT ENSIGN, MADE AT MARE ISLAND, CALIFORNIA [HEADQUARTERS OF THE PACIFIC FLEET] DURING WWII, SIGNED AND DATED JULY 1942, WITH EXTENSIVE WEAR FROM OBVIOUS USE 
13 HAND-SEWN STARS IN A 3-2-3-2-3 PATTERN ON AN ANTIQUE AMERICAN FLAG OF THE 1876 CENTENNIAL ERA, POSSIBLY A U.S. NAVY SMALL BOAT ENSIGN 
POWER SQUADRONS ENSIGN, MADE BY ANNIN IN NEW YORK CITY, 1914-1920’s 

 


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