Jeff Bridgman Antique Flags
 

UNITED STATES SHIPPING BOARD FLAG, AN EXTREMELY SCARCE AND BEAUTIFUL, NAUTICAL DESIGN, MADE SOMETIME BETWEEN WWI (U.S. INVOLVEMENT 1917-18) AND 1934 
“NO. 6” U.S. NAVY COMMISSION PENNANT WITH 7 STARS, MADE SOMETIME DURING THE WWI - WWII ERA (1917-1945) 
44 STAR ANTIQUE AMERICAN PARADE FLAG WITH A TRIPLE WREATH FORM OF THE MEDALLION CONFIGURATION, RARE IN THIS PERIOD WITH A CIRCULAR STAR ARRANGEMENT, 1890-1896, REFLECTS THE ADDITION OF WYOMING TO THE UNION 
EXTRAORDINARY WWII LIBERATION FLAG WITH 48 SAWTOOTH STARS, THEIR NUMBER OF POINTS VARYING FROM 11 TO 16, AND A COMPLEMENT OF 10 STRIPES; MADE TO WELCOME U.S. TROOPS IN FRANCE IN 1944, FOLLOWING LIBERATION FROM THE GERMANS; AMONG THE BEST OF ITS KIND KNOWN TO EXIST; FOUND IN A PARIS ATTIC 
EXCEPTIONALLY RARE PATRIOTIC POSTER ENTITLED “WE THE PEOPLE,” BY HOWARD CHANDLER CHRISTY (1873-1952), PRODUCED IN 1937 FOR THE 150th ANNIVERSARY OF THE U.S. CONSTITUTION, SIGNED BY SENATOR ROBERT C. BYRD, THE LONGEST SERVING MEMBER OF CONGRESS 
48 STAR FLAG OF THE WWII ERA, WITH ATTRACTIVE WEAR FROM BEING EXTENSIVELY FLOWN, MADE BY THE ANNIN COMPANY OF NEW YORK & NEW JERSEY 
BOLDLY GRAPHIC AND UNUSUAL STARS & STRIPES PENNANT FROM THE ‘MARCH ON WASHINGTON’ OF AUGUST 28TH, 1963, WHEN MARTIN LUTHER KING DELIVERED HIS HISTORIC "I HAVE A DREAM" SPEECH 
38 STAR ANTIQUE AMERICAN FLAG WITH HAND-SEWN STARS IN AN 8-7-8-7-8 PATTERN OF JUSTIFIED ROWS, MADE IN THE PERIOD WHEN COLORADO WAS THE MOST RECENT STATE TO JOIN THE UNION, 1876-1889 
36 STAR FLAG OF THE CIVIL WAR ERA WITH AN EXTREMELY SCARCE STAR CONFIGURATION THAT DISPLAYS A “U” FOR UNION, NEVADA STATEHOOD, 1864-1867 

 


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