Jeff Bridgman Antique Flags
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One Man Selling Exhibition

Saturday, November 2nd - Friday, November 29th, 2019

I cordially invite you to my 2018 exhibit and sale of antique American flags, patriotic & political objects at The Union League Club in Manhattan, New York City.

When:  The exhibit will be open on Saturday, November 2nd  and close on Friday, November 29th.

Where:  38 East 37th St., New York, NY  [S.W. Corner of Park Ave. & 37th Streets]

What Time:  Regular hours are from 8 am to 9 pm every day of the week, including weekends. Guests receiving this notice may present themselves at the front desk to say that they are there to see the flag show in the gallery.

What Else Do I Need to Know:

Please note that club rules prohibit jeans, shorts, and cell phone use within the lobby.

You may call me from within the gallery at (717) 676-0545. My sincerest thanks for your cooperation.

If you are considering a purchase, this is a great opportunity to do so, as I will have approximately 50-60 examples hanging on display and more with me.

Call me in advance to make an appointment, as I am not always present.  If you wish to see a particular example from my website, or to see a specific range of material in terms of size, age, price level, or any other factors, contact me at (717) 676-0545 to make an appointment.  If necessary, I can bring in more objects from our vast inventory for your consideration, tailored to your needs/interests.

About the Union League

One of the city's most exclusive institutions, the Union League was founded during the Civil War in 1863 by a group of concerned and influential citizens, to aid President Abraham Lincoln in his quest to preserve the Union. Over the past 140 years, the club has quietly rendered distinguished service to the nation. During the Civil War it raised and funded three volunteer regiments. The Sanitary Fair (a major fund raising effort for the war) was directed by club members and held outside the club house, at that time located in Union Square. Union League Club members were instrumental in establishing The Metropolitan Museum of Art in 1870. They played an essential role in the founding of the American Red Cross (an outgrowth of the Sanitary Commission), as well as to help to erect both the Statue of Liberty in New York Harbor and the Lincoln Monument in Union Square. They were also the driving force that ended the ongoing corruption that festering within the circles of Boss Tweed and Tammany Hall.

Many prominent civic, state and national leaders have enjoyed membership in the ULC, including fifteen presidents, many senators and congressmen, cabinet members, diplomats, and scores of CEO's of major corporations. J. Pierpont Morgan was a regular during the 19th century, along with John Jay, William Cullen Bryant, Chester Arthur, and Thomas Nast. Emanuel Leutze, who painted Washington Crossing the Delaware, was a member and the famous work was exhibited at the Sanitary Fair. Theodore Roosevelt managed his early political career from the Club's chambers and chose them as a place to hold interrogations during the time in which he served as New York's Chief of Police.

Today one of the primary focuses of the Club is the well being of our military veterans.

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Friday, December 6th - Sunday, December 8th, 2019

I am looking forward to my annual trek to Greenwich, CT to exhibit at Antiquarius, a longstanding, high quality show that features 42 distinguished dealers from across America and beyond..


Preview Party:  There will be a gala benefit preview party on Friday, Dec. 6th from 7 - 9:00pm.  Attendance at the preview is $150.

Regular Show Hours:

Saturday, Dec. 7th:  10am - 6pm

Sunday, Dec. 8th:  11 am - 5 pm.


The event is to be held at the Greenwich Civic Center, 90 Harding Rd., Old Greenwich, CT, located immediately next to the Old Greenwich Train Station - Metro North Railroad (MTA).  The show is a charity fund raiser for the Historical Society of the Town of Greenwich.

Regular admission is $15, but if you wish to come see me at the show during regular hours, just email me and I will leave you comp tickets at the door or send them to you in advance.

What Else Should I Know?

If you would like to see anything specific, either from my website, or within a certain category in terms of date, size, price, and any other factors, call me a week ahead of time and let me know.  I'd be pleased to accomodate.

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