Jeff Bridgman Antique Flags
 

WAR-PERIOD CONFEDERATE FLAG IN THE FIRST NATIONAL PATTERN (a.k.a., STARS & BARS), WITH WREATH OF 7 STARS, IN A TINY SCALE AMONG ITS COUNTERPARTS, PROBABLY MADE FOR USE AS A MILITARY FLANK MARKER OR CAMP COLORS, CIRCA 1861

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CONFEDERATE SOUTHERN CROSS “BATTLE FLAG”, OF THE REUNION ERA, MADE ENTIRELY OF SILK, WITH A SILK FRINGE, CIRCA 1895-1920

Web ID: fcj-918

WAR-PERIOD CONFEDERATE FLAG IN THE FIRST NATIONAL PATTERN (a.k.a., STARS & BARS) WITH A CRUDE WREATH OF 7 STARS, IN A SMALL SCALE AMONG ITS COUNTERPARTS, PROBABLY MADE FOR USE AS A MILITARY FLANK MARKER OR CAMP COLORS, CIRCA 1861

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FIRST NATIONAL PATTERN CONFEDERATE FLAG WITH 13 STARS TO INCLUDE MISSOURI AND KENTUCKY SECESSION, MADE ENTIRELY OF SILK, WITH SILK FRINGE AND TIES, A REUNION ERA EXAMPLE, CIRCA 1895-1920

Web ID: fcj-910

EXTREMELY SCARCE PIECED-AND-SEWN EXAMPLE OF THE CONFEDERATE THIRD NATIONAL FLAG, MADE DURING THE REUNION ERA, CA 1895-1920, WITH UNUSUAL PROPORTIONS THAT RESULT IN INTRIGUING GRAPHICS

Web ID: fcj-900

UNUSUAL CONFEDERATE FLAG IN THE THIRD NATIONAL FORMAT, PRINTED ON HEAVY WEIGHT PARCHMENT, PROBABLY PRODUCED BETWEEN 1884 AND 1910, IN THE EARLIEST PERIOD OF THE UDC AND THE UCV

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THE 15-STAR CONFEDERATE BATTLE FLAG OF GENERAL LLOYD TILGHMAN, WHO LED THE 3RD KENTUCKY INFANTRY, COMPANY D, CAPTURED AND IMPRISONED AT FORT WARREN IN BOSTON HARBOR, RELEASED IN EXCHANGE FOR UNION GENERAL JOHN REYNOLDS; DEFEATED GRANT AT COFFEYVILLE, KANSAS; KILLED IN ACTION IN VICKSBURG CAMPAIGN AT THE BATTLE OF CHAMPION HILL WHEN STRUCK IN THE CHEST BY A CANNONBALL; THE MOST BEAUTIFUL EXAMPLE I HAVE EVER SEEN ACROSS ALL SOUTHERN CROSS FORMAT BATTLE FLAGS & ONE OF JUST FOUR KNOWN IN THIS RARE S

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8 STARS WITH WHIMSICAL PROFILES ON AN ANTIQUE AMERICAN PARADE FLAG OF THE CIVIL WAR PERIOD, MADE TO REFLECT CONFEDERATE SYMPATHIES, DENOTES VIRGINIA SECESSION IN 1861, EXTREMELY SCARCE

Web ID: 8j-810

7 STARS IN A VERY RARE HEXAGON MEDALLION, CONFEDERATE SYMPATHIZER, A WAR-PERIOD EXAMPLE, circa 1861

Web ID: 7j-884

38 STAR ANTIQUE AMERICAN FLAG WITH A STARBURST CROSS ARRANGEMENT ON A PRUSSIAN BLUE CANTON, ONE OF THE MOST DYNAMIC CONFIGURATIONS THAT EXISTS IN FLAG COLLECTING, COLORADO STATEHOOD, 1876-1889

Web ID: 38j-939

34 STARS ON A HOMEMADE ANTIQUE AMERICAN FLAG OF THE CIVIL WAR ERA, WITH A CORNFLOWER BLUE CANTON AND A VERY INTERESTING CONFIGURATION THAT SUBTLY INCORPORATES THE CROSSES OF ST. ANDREW AND ST. GEORGE, REFLECTS KANSAS STATEHOOD, 1861-63

Web ID: 34j-899

16 STARS AND 11 STRIPES THAT START AND END ON WHITE, ON A HOMEMADE FLAG MADE BETWEEN THE CIVIL WAR (1861-65) AND THE 1876 CENTENNIAL; THESE TWO COUNTS GLORIFY TENNESSEE AS BOTH THE 16TH STATE TO JOIN THE UNION AND 11TH STATE TO SECEDE

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15 STARS ON AN ANTIQUE AMERICAN FLAG MADE EITHER TO CELEBRATE KENTUCKY STATEHOOD, OR TO GLORIFY THE SOUTH, 1861-1865, A VERY RARE EXAMPLE WITH GREAT FOLK QUALITIES

Web ID: 15j-819