Jeff Bridgman Antique Flags
 

UNUSUAL, PAINT-DECORATED, WOODEN STAMP BOX WITH STENCILED EAGLE, CIRCA 1880



UNUSUAL FOLK CARVING OF TWO RED PHEASANTS FACING OFF, CIRCA 1890-1920



AMERICAN RAILWAY EXPRESS SIGN, SAND-PAINTED AND GILDED, 1818-1829



YELLOW-PAINTED AMERICAN BLANKLET CHEST WITH WHIMSICAL, RED, BRUSHED DECORATION, ON BLACK, TURNED FEET, PENNSYLVANIA OR OHIO, GERMANIC ORIGIN, CIRC 1830



PAINTING OF 2 HUNTING DOGS ON WOODEN PANEL, AMERICAN, CIRCA 1840-1870, SIGNED “M.W. CARPENTER”



ORANGE, RED, AND YELLOW "SNOWFLAKE" PARCHEESI GAMEBOARD, CA 1875



PRE-CIVIL WAR AMERICAN CRIB QUILT WITH A FEDERAL EAGLE, 16 EIGHT-POINTED STARS, AND 16 STRIPES UPON ITS BREAST, BLUE CALICO ON WHITE, CIRCA 1830-1850



WOOLY, ANGORA CHAPS WITH BEAUTIFULLY TOOLED LEATHER, MADE BY THE JOHN CLARK SADDLERY COMPANY OF PORTLAND, OREGON, SIGNED, CIRCA 1873-1929



EXCEPTIONAL, BLONDE, WOOLY, ANGORA CHAPS, Circa 1880-1920



SET OF 6 SALMON PAINTED, PLANK-SEAT, LYRE BACK, PENNSYLVANIA CHAIRS WITH YELLOW STRIPING AND ROSE DECORATION, CA 1845-1865



CARVED EAGLE FROM THE SHOP OF JOHN HALEY BELLAMY, UNUSUAL IN GREY PAINT, WITH ELONGATED FORMAT AND HIS TRADITIONAL “DON’T GIVE UP THE SHIP” STREAMER, CIRCA 1890-1905



CARVED EAGLE BY GEORGE STAPF, HARRISBURG, PENNSYLVANIA, AN EXCEPTIONAL EXAMPLE WITH TWO OUTSTRETCHED AMERICAN FLAGS AND A FEDERAL SHIELD, ONE OF JUST TWO KNOWN EXAMPLES WITH COMMERCIAL ADVERTISING, MADE CIRCA 1890-WWI



EAGLE WEATHERVANE IN A BEAUTIFUL FORM WITH GREAT FOLK PRESENCE, POSSIBLY MADE BY A.L. JEWELL & CO. (1852-1867) OR ITS PREDECESSOR, CUSHING & WHITE / L.W. CUSHING (1867-1870’s), WALTHAM, MASSACHUSETTS



RED, WHITE, AND BLUE CALICO "SEVEN SISTERS" QUILT, A PATRIOTIC VARIANT WITH 6-POINTED STARS AND RIVETING VISUAL GRAPHICS, CIRCA 1890-1910



WHITE-PAINTED, COUNTRY STORE COUNTER / APOTHECARY WITH 15 DRAWERS, CIRCA 1840-1870



THE HORSE GEORGE M. PATCHEN WITH A SULKEY AND DRIVER, ONE OF THE LARGEST AND MOST IMPRESSIVE AMONG THIS FORM OF WEATHERVANE, UNIDENTIFIED MAKER, ca 1860-1890's



CHEST OF FOUR DRAWERS WITH ROBIN’S EGG BLUE PAINTED SURFACE AND SHAKER-LIKE SIMPLICITY, CA 1830-1860, FOUND IN INDIANA



19TH CENTURY AMERICAN PARCHEESI BOARD IN FOUR COLORS, WITH GREAT SURFACE AND INTERESTING GRAPHICS, CA 1850-70



SUBSTANTIAL CANNON-LEG TABLE [ALTER] FROM THE GREGG POST OF THE GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC (G.A.R.) IN BELLFONTE, PENNSYLVANIA, MADE BY CHARLES J. NAYLOR OF PHILDELPHIA, ACTIVE 1870-1913



CIVIL WAR BAND MASTER'S BATON WITH PRESSED BRASS EAGLE ON A SCULPTURAL FINIAL, TWISTED CORD & TASSELS, AND A BRASS ACORN TIP



 


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