Jeff Bridgman Antique Flags
 

36 STARS IN A RARE “GREAT STAR-IN-A-WREATH” PATTERN, WITH 2 OUTLIERS IN EACH CORNER AND A BIG CENTER STAR, ONE OF THE BEST DESIGNS IN ALL OF FLAG COLLECTING, 1864-1867, NEVADA STATEHOOD, CIVIL WAR ERA, FOUND AT NORMANDY FARM, MONTGOMERY COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA

Web ID: 36j-841

36 STAR ANTIQUE AMERICAN FLAG, MADE FOR THE 1868 PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN OF ULYSSES S. GRANT & SCHUYLER COLFAX

Web ID: 36j-892

36 STAR ANTIQUE AMERICAN PARADE FLAG, WITH STARS THAT ALTERNATE IN THEIR VERTICAL POSITION FROM COLUMN TO COLUMN AND ROW-TO-ROW, PRINTED ON AN ESPECIALLY INTERESTING LENGTH OF COARSE COTTON WITH A CRUDE WEAVE THAT RESULTS IN A VISUALLY COMPELLING APPEARANCE; CIVIL WAR ERA, NEVADA STATEHOOD, 1864-1867

Web ID: 36j-943

36 STAR ANTIQUE AMERICAN PARADE FLAG WITH CANTED STARS IN DANCING ROWS, ON A BEAUTIFUL, CORNFLOWER BLUE CANTON; CIVIL WAR ERA, NEVADA STATEHOOD, 1864-1867

Web ID: 36j-948

38 WHIMSICAL STARS, WITH 6-POINTED PROFILES, SIMILAR TO THE STAR OF DAVID, ON AN ANTIQUE AMERICAN FLAG OF THE CENTENNIAL ERA; A REMARKABLE SPECIMEN, ONE-OF-A-KIND AMONG KNOWN EXAMPLES, REFLECTS COLORADO STATEHOOD, 1876-1889

Web ID: 38j-1118

38 STAR ANTIQUE AMERICAN FLAG WITH SCATTERED STAR POSITIONING MADE DURING THE PERIOD WHEN COLORADO WAS THE MOST RECENT STATE TO JOIN THE UNION, 1876-1889

Web ID: 38j-1152

42 STARS ON AN ANTIQUE AMERICAN FLAG WITH SCATTERED STAR POSITIONING, REFLECTS THE ADDITION OF WASHINGTON STATE, MONTANA, AND THE DAKOTAS, NEVER AN OFFICIAL STAR COUNT, circa 1889-1890

Web ID: 42j-931

43 STAR ANTIQUE AMERICAN PARADE FLAG, ONE OF JUST THREE KNOWN EXAMPLES AND THE ONLY ONE WITH A DYNAMIC STAR PATTERN; ONE OF THE RAREST STAR COUNTS AMONG SURVIVING AMERICAN FLAGS OF THE 19TH CENTURY; REFLECTS THE ADDITION OF IDAHO AS THE 43RD STATE IN 1890

Web ID: 43j-802

44 STAR ANTIQUE AMERICAN FLAG WITH AN HOURGLASS FORMATION ON A BRILLIANT BLUE CANTON; REFLECTS THE ERA WHEN WYOMING WAS THE MOST RECENT STATE TO JOIN THE UNION, 1890-1896

Web ID: 44j-920

46 STAR U.S. MILITARY CAMP COLORS, PRESS-DYED ON WOOL BUNTING, MADE BY HORSTMANN, PHILADELPHIA, SIGNED AND DATED 1909, ON ITS REMARKABLE, ORIGINAL STAFF

Web ID: 46j-882

48 STARS ON ANTIQUE AMERICAN FLAG WITH HAND-WRITTEN INSCRIPTIONS AND AN EMBROIDERED DATE OF APRIL 12TH, 1945, MOURNING THE DEATH OF PRESIDENT FRANKLIN DELANO ROOSEVELT

Web ID: 48j-1021

48 STARFISH-LIKE, NEEDLEWORK EXECUTED STARS ON A HAND-CROCHETED ANTIQUE AMERICAN FLAG FROM THE EARLIEST PART OF THE 48 STAR ERA, 1912-WWI (U.S. INVOLVEMENT 1917-18) OR EVEN PRIOR TO THE RESPECTIOVCE STATES’ ADDITION; AN EXCEPTIONAL LITTLE EXAMPLE OF THE HIGHEST ORDER

Web ID: 48j-1022

48 CROCHETED STARS ON A VERY GRAPHIC, THREE-DIMENSIONAL FLAG MADE FROM SILK RIBBON AND CROCHETED RINGS, WWI ERA (U.S. INVOLVEMENT 1917-18)

Web ID: 48j-948

SMALL PARADE FLAG IN A RECTANGULAR, SOUTHERN CROSS FORM OF THE CONFEDERATE “BATTLE FLAG”, MADE FOR THE LAST REUNION OF UNITED CONFEDERATE VETERANS (U.C.V.) IN 1951, AT NORFOLK, VIRGINIA, ACCOMPANIED BY A U.S.P.S. FIRST DAY COVER AND (2) 3-CENT STAMPS, PRODUCED TO COMMEMORATE THE EVENT

Web ID: fcj-920

CONFEDERATE 1ST NATIONAL PATTERN FLAG (A.K.A., "STARS & BARS"), A HOMEMADE, SILK EXAMPLE WITH 7 HAND-EMBROIDERED STARS, LIKELY MADE POST WAR, circa 1870-1880’s, TO COMMEMORATE THE FIRST WAVE OF SECESSION

Web ID: fcj-931

EXTRAORDINARILY EARLY (1806) PRINTED LINEN KERCHIEF GLORIFYING GEORGE WASHINGTON, GERMANTOWN PRINT WORKS, GERMANTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA

Web ID: ker-188

CUBAN FLAG, A BEAUTIFUL SATIN EXAMPLE ON ITS ORIGINAL SQUARE WOODEN STAFF, MADE CA 1890'S-1915

Web ID: ofj-901

OHIO STATE FLAG WITH CIVIL WAR VETERANS' OVERPRINT FROM THE GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC POST IN COLUMBUS, MADE IN MOURNING OF THE 1925 PASSING OF NATIONAL G.A.R. COMMANDER IN CHIEF DANIEL M. HALL, WHO ALSO SERVED AS COMMANDER OF THE OHIO DEPARTMENT OF THE G.A.R., AS WELL AS THE LOCAL CHAPTER

Web ID: ofj-940

JAPANESE-MADE PARADE FLAG IN THE RISING SUN FORMAT, THAT SERVED AS THE WAR FLAG OF THE IMPERIAL JAPANESE NAVY FROM 1889-1945, MADE DURING AMERICAN OCCUPATION (1945-1952)

Web ID: ofj-997

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; THIS EXAMPLE EHIBITED AT THE REGINALD F. LEWIS MUSEUM OF MARYLAND AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY:

Web ID: pat-251

 


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