Jeff Bridgman Antique Flags
 

13 STAR ANTIQUE AMERICAN FLAG, MADE IN THE ERA OF THE 1876 CENTENNIAL, WITH HAND-SEWN STARS IN A MEDALLION CONFIGURATION, IN A DESIRABLE SCALE AMONG ITS COUNTERPARTS OF THE PERIOD 
44 STAR ANTIQUE AMERICAN PARADE FLAG, RARE IN THIS PERIOD WITH A WREATH CONFIGURATION, 1890-1896, WYOMING STATEHOOD 
39 STARS IN TWO SIZES, ALTERNATING FROM ONE COLUMN TO THE NEXT, ON AN ANTIQUE AMERICAN PARADE FLAG WITH AN UNUSUALLY ELONGATED PROFILE, DATING TO THE 1876 CENTENNIAL, NEVER AN OFFICIAL STAR COUNT, REFLECTS THE ANTICIPATED ARRIVAL OF COLORADO AND THE DAKOTA 
SON-IN-SERVICE WINDOW BANNER, HUNG DURING BOTH WWI AND WWII, FOR FATHER AND SON, WITH THE NAMES OF BOTH MEN INSCRIBED IN THE WHITE FIELD 
IMPORTANT OHIO STATE FLAG, AMONG THE FIRST, OR PERHAPS EVEN THE VERY FIRST EVER PRODUCED; DESIGNED BY CLEVELAND ARCHITECT JOHN EISENMANN IN 1901, TO ACOMPANY THE STRUCTURE HE LIKEWISE DESIGNED TO HOUSE THE OHIO EXHIBIT AT THE 1901 PAN-AM EXPO IN BUFFALO, NY; PRESENTED TO FAIR ORGANIZER AND OHIO NATIVE, WILLIAM BUCHANAN (AMB. TO ARGENTINA, ORGANIZER OF THE WORLD COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION, AND AMB. TO PANAMA), FOLLOWING USE AT THE EVENT WHERE OHIO NATIVE, PRESIDENT WILLIAM MCKINLEY, WAS ASSASSINATED 
ANTIQUE 13 STAR PARADE FLAG WITH A 3-2-3-2-3 CONFIGURATION, MADE CIRCA 1876-1898, EXTREMELY SCARCE AND UNUSUALLY LARGE AMONG ITS COUNTERPARTS OF THE 19TH CENTURY 
42 STARS IN A WAVE CONFIGURATION OF LINEAL COLUMNS, ON AN ANTIQUE AMERICAN FLAG THAT REFLECTS THE PERIOD OF WASHINGTON STATEHOOD, NEVER AN OFFICIAL STAR COUNT, circa 1889-1890 
13 STAR ANTIQUE AMERICAN FLAG WITH A MEDALLION CONFIGURATION OF STARS, MADE FOR THE 1876 CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION 
42 STARS, AN UNOFFICIAL STAR COUNT, ON AN ANTIQUE AMERICAN FLAG WITH SCATTERED STAR POSITIONING, 1889-1890, WASHINGTON STATEHOOD 
38 STAR ANTIQUE AMERICAN PARADE FLAG IN A SQUARE, BATTLE FLAG STYLE, PRINTED ON SILK, WITH BEAUTIFUL CORNFLOWER BLUE AND SCARLET RED COLORATION; POSSIBLY SOLD AS A KERCHIEF / BANDANNA; UNIQUE AMONG KNOWN EXAMPLES, PROBABLY MADE FOR THE 1888 CAMPAIGN OF BENJAMIN HARRISON; REFLECTS COLORADO STATEHOOD, 1876-1889 
VINTAGE FLORIDA STATE FLAG, IN A VARIANT OF THE VERSION ADOPTED IN NOVEMBER OF 1900, IN USE UNTIL MAY 21ST, 1985, MADE AND SIGNED BY THE VALLEY FORGE FLAG COMPANY IN PENNSYLVANIA, circa 1963-1970 
EXTRAORDINARY SILK FLAG MADE FOR THE 1876 CENTENNIAL INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION IN PHILADELPHIA, WITH WOVEN TEXT ON EITHER SIDE, PROBABLY MADE AT ONE OF THE FRENCH EXHIBITS AT THE FAIR AND SOLD AS A SOUVENIR 
VOTES FOR WOMEN BANNER IN PURPLE AND GREEN, WITH EXCEPTIONAL SCALE, MADE IN HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT, PROBABLY FOR THE WOMEN'S POLITICAL UNION OF NEW YORK, CONNECTICUT, AND NEW JERSEY, ORGANIZED BY CARRIE STANTON'S DAUGHTER, HARRIOT EATON STANTON BLATCH, 1910-1915 
33 STARS, MEDALLION CONFIGURATION, PRE-CIVIL WAR THROUGH WAR PERIOD, 1859-1861 
13 STAR ANTIQUE AMERICAN PARADE FLAG, MADE BETWEEN THE CIVIL WAR (1861-65) AND THE 1876 CENTENNIAL OF AMERICAN INDEPENDENCE, FEATURING THREE SIZES OF WHIMSICALLY SHAPED STARS IN A MEDALLION CONFIGURATION 
13 STAR ANTIQUE AMERICAN FLAG WITH A 3-2-3-2-3 CONFIGURATION OF STARS AND STRONG PRESENTATION, WITH RICH COLORS AND SQUARISH PROPORTIONS, MADE CIRCA 1895-1926; EXHIBITED AT THE MUSEUM OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION, JUNE-JULY 2019 
15 STAR ANTIQUE AMERICAN FLAG WITH AN EXTREMELY RARE “CIRCLE-STAR” VERSION OF THE GREAT STAR PATTERN AND A COMPLEMENT OF 13 STRIPES; MADE DURING THE 1ST QUARTER OF THE 20TH CENTURY TO EITHER CELEBRATE KENTUCKY STATEHOOD, OR TO COMMEMORATE THE WAR OF 1812, OR TO REPRESENT THE ERA IN WHICH THERE WERE 15 STATES (1792-1796) OR THE FLAG OFFICIALLY BORE 15 STARS (1795-1818) 
WOOL HOOKED RUG WITH A CANTED, SPREAD-WINGED, FEDERAL EAGLE, ON A MODELED GROUND WITH TWO STARS, A PRAIRIE POINT BORDER, AND A CHENILLE FRINGE, circa 1835 -1865 
13 STAR ANTIQUE AMERICAN PARADE FLAG, OF THE TYPE ISSUED TO SUPPORTERS OF THE BETSY ROSS HOUSE IN ITS INFANCY AS A MUSEUM, ONE OF THE FIRST PRINTED FLAGS PRODUCED IN THIS DESIGN, circa 1898 – 1915 
RARE REVENUE CUTTER SERVICE FLAG WITH A BLUE EAGLE AMID AN ARCH OF 13 BLUE STARS, ON A WHITE FIELD, AND AN UNUSUAL COUNT OF 17 VERTICAL RED AND WHITE STRIPES, CA 1880-1895 

 


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