Jeff Bridgman Antique Flags
 

BRITISH UNION FLAG OF THE EARLY 20TH CENTURY, WITH BRILIANT AND UNUSUAL, COBALT BLUE COLORATION, AND A SIMPLIFIED, FOLK STYLE, WITH INCORRECT PROPORTIONS IN THE CROSSES OF ST. ANDREW & SAINT PATRICK, circa 1918-1952

Web ID: BRITj-833

SILK SUFFRAGETTE SASH RIBBON IN YELLOW & WHITE WITH "VOTES FOR WOMEN" TEXT, circa 1910-1915

Web ID: ws-133

TEXAS CENTENNIAL EXPOSITION PENNANT, CELEBRATING 100-YEARS OF TEXAS INDEPENDENCE FROM MEXICO AND ITS ESTABLISHMENT AS AN INDEPENDENT NATION

Web ID: pat-545

WEST POINT PENNANT WITH STRIKING COLOR & GRAPHICS, WWII ERA - 1950's

Web ID: pat-727

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

SILK CAMPAIGN KERCHIEF FEATURING A PROMINENT BULL MOOSE, MADE FOR THE 1912 PRESIDENTIAL RUN OF TEDDY ROOSEVELT, WHEN HE RAN ON THE NATIONAL PROGRESSIVE PARTY TICKET

Web ID: ker-248

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

RARE FELT PENNANT FROM THE MARCH ON WASHINGTON, AUGUST 28, 1963, WHEN MARTIN LUTHER KING DELIVERED HIS HISTORIC "I HAVE A DREAM" SPEECH

Web ID: pat-706

WWI U.S. MARINE CORPS RECRUITING POSTER, ILLUSTRATED BY CHARLES B. FALLS, DEPICTING THE CORPS AS A BULL DOG, CHASING GERMANY, REPRESENTED AS A DASCHUND, BENEATH A SLOGAN THAT REPRESENTS ONE OF THE FIRST GRAPHIC USES OF THE NICKNAME “DEVIL DOGS,” circa 1918

Web ID: pat-728

 


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