Jeff Bridgman Antique Flags
 

38 STARS IN A BEAUTIFUL MEDALLION CONFIGURATION WITH 2 OUTLIERS, ON AN ANTIQUE AMERICAN FLAG OF THE 1876-1889 ERA, COLORADO STATEHOOD 
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 
42 STARS, AN UNOFFICIAL STAR COUNT, ON AN ANTIQUE AMERICAN FLAG WITH SCATTERED STAR POSITIONING, 1889-1890, WASHINGTON STATEHOOD 
13 STAR ANTIQUE AMERICAN FLAG WITH A BEAUTIFUL MEDALLION CONFIGURATION, A SMALL SCALE EXAMPLE OF THE 1876 CENTENNIAL ERA 
13 STARS IN A MEDALLION PATTERN ON AN ANTIQUE AMERICAN PARADE FLAG MADE BETWEEN APPROXIMATELY 1910 AND THE 1926 SESQUECENTENNIAL OF AMERICAN INDEPENDENCE 
30 STARS ON AN ANTIQUE AMERICAN FLAG OF THE PRE-CIVIL WAR ERA, RARE AND BEAUTIFUL, WITH A MEDALLION CONFIGURATION THAT FEATURES A HALOED CENTER STAR, WISCONSIN STATEHOOD, 1848-1850 
30 STARS ON AN ANTIQUE AMERICAN FLAG MADE IN THE PERIOD BETWEEN 1870 AND THE 1890's, PROBABLY TO COMMEMORATE THE YEAR IN WHICH WISCONSIN ENTERED THE UNION AS THE 30th STATE, IN 1848 
CONFEDERATE THIRD NATIONAL FORMAT PARADE FLAG, CA 1884-1910, AN EARLY REUNION EXAMPLE 
47 STARS, ONE OF JUST A TINY HANDFUL OF PRINTED FLAGS KNOWN TO EXIST WITH THIS RARE AND UNOFFICIAL COUNT, 1912, NEW MEXICO STATEHOOD 
38 STAR ANTIQUE AMERICAN FLAG WITH SCATTERED STAR POSITIONING MADE DURING THE PERIOD WHEN COLORADO WAS THE MOST RECENT STATE ADDED TO THE UNION, 1876-1889 
1890-1910 ERA EXAMPLE OF THE “GRAND UNION," THE FIRST NATIONAL FLAG OF AMERICA WHEN STILL A BRITISH COLONY; ONE OF JUST A HANDFUL OF EARLY EXAMPLES THAT SURVIVE IN THIS RARE DESIGN 
“COLUMBIA VICTORIOUS” BANNER FEATURING LADY LIBERTY, HAND-PAINTED ON SATIN IN THE MANNER OF THE EARLY 20TH CENTURY ILLUSTRATORS, DATED 1917 (WWI), PROBABLY ANDREA BUCCINI, NEW YORK 
EXCEPTIONAL CONFEDERATE 1ST NATIONAL PATTERN BIBLE FLAG WITH A CRESCENT FORMATION OF 11 STARS, 2 OF WHICH APPEAR TO HAVE BEEN SUBSEQUENTLY ADDED AS MORE STATES SECEDED FROM THE UNION; MADE ca MARCH-MAY, 1861, UPDATED BETWEEN THEN AND OCTOBER; FOUND AMONG A COLLECTION OF LETTERS WRITTEN BY TWO NEW ENGLAND SOLDIERS, PROBABLE UNION CAPTURE 
13 STARS ARRANGED IN 6-POINTED GREAT STAR / STAR OF DAVID PATTERN, A RARE AND PARTICULARLY EARLY EXAMPLE AMONG PARADE FLAGS IN THIS STAR COUNT, PROBABLY MADE FOR POLITICAL CAMPAIGNING, CA 1848-1860 
19TH CENTURY EXAMPLE OF THE FLAG OF THE REPUBLIC OF TEXAS, MADE ca 1878-1895, ONE OF THE EARLIEST EXAMPLES KNOWN TO SURVIVE, MADE IN HOUSTON BY REPSDORPH BROTHERS, WITH A STENCILED MAKER'S MARK, HANDED DOWN THROUGH THE FAMILY OF MARY JANE HARRIS BRISCOE (1819-1903), FOUNDER OF THE DAUGHTERS OF THE REPUBLIC OF TEXAS, THE WIFE OF ANDREW BRISCOE (1810-1849), WHO ORGANIZED THE TEXAS REVOLUTION AND SIGNED ITS DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE 
EXCEPTIONAL, LARGE, VOTES FOR WOMEN BANNER IN VIOLET AND GREEN, MADE IN HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT, PROBABLY COMMISSIONED BY HARRIOT EATON STANTON BLATCH'S "WOMEN'S POLITICAL UNION," CIRCA 1915 
"THE LEADER AND HIS BATTLES": A PATRIOTIC PRINT ON STICKS, GLORIFYING THE ACCOMPLISHMENTS OF LT.-GENERAL ULYSSES S. GRANT DURING THE CIVIL WAR, PUBLISHED BY HAASIS & LUBRECHT, LIBERTY ST., NEW YORK CITY, WHO COPYRIGHTED THE DESIGN IN 1866 
SILK RIBBON, OF GENEROUS SCALE, WITH ELABORATE PATRIOTIC IMAGES AND A PORTRAIT OF ULYSSES S. GRANT, MADE EITHER FOR ONE OF HIS TWO PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGNS (1868 & 1872), OR TO HONOR HIM AT THE 1876 CENTENNIAL INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION IN PHILADELPHIA 
STEVENSGRAPH BOOK MARK / RIBBON GLORIFYING ULYSSES S. GRANT, WITH HIS PORTRAIT IN MILITARY GARB, MADE BY THOMAS STEVENS, WHO INVENTED THE PROCESS BY WHICH THESE WERE PRODUCED 
STEVENSGRAPH BOOK MARK / RIBBON GLORIFYING ULYSSES S. GRANT AND HIS VICTORIES AT RICHMOND, VICKSBURG, AND FORT DONELSON, WITH HIS PORTRAIT IN MILITARY GARB, MADE BY THOMAS STEVENS, WHO INVENTED THE PROCESS BY WHICH THESE WERE PRODUCED 

 


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