Jeff Bridgman Antique Flags
 

"EQUAL SUFFRAGE FOR MICHIGAN IN 1916," ADVERTISING FAN FOR THE BISSELL 'CYCO BALL BEARING CARPET SWEEPER,' COMMISSIONED BY ANNA BISSELL (1846-1934), AMERICA'S FIRST FEMALE CEO

Web ID: ws-076

"A NATION'S LOSS": SILK, 1865, ABRAHAM LINCOLN MOURNING RIBBON IN AN ESPECIALLY ATTRACTIVE PORTRAIT DESIGN

Web ID: pat-724

EXTRAORDINARILY EARLY (1806) PRINTED LINEN KERCHIEF GLORIFYING GEORGE WASHINGTON, PRINT WORKS, GERMANTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA; EXHIBITED JANUARY – AUGUST, 2023 AT THE MUSEUM OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION

Web ID: pat-570

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

PATRIOTIC, NATIVE AMERICAN, BEADED & QUILLED PIPE BAG, WITH AMERICAN FLAGS AND THE VERY RARE INCLUSION OF THE DATE OF JULY 4TH, SELDOM EVER ENCOUNTERED ON EARLY TEXTILES OR INDIAN BEADWORK, PROBABLY SIOUX, CIRCA 1890-1910

Web ID: pat-657

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

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

MASTERPIECE QUALITY SCHERENSCHNITTE, IN THE STYLE OFTEN ATTRIBUTED TO ISAAC STIEHLY, WITH A PATRIOTIC EAGLE AND REFERENCE TO THE 1844 NEW YORK MAYORAL ELECTION OF PUBLISHING MAGNATE JAMES HARPER

Web ID: sch-006

STEVENGRAPH RIBBON WITH AN IMAGE OF THEODORE ROOSEVELT, CA 1901-1912

Web ID: pat-723

 


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