Jeff Bridgman Antique Flags
 

WASHINGTON CROSSING THE DELAWARE, PAINTED IN OIL ON CANVAS, IN AN IMPRESSIVE SCALE, AFTER THE 1851 PAINTING BY EMANUEL LEUTZE; FOUND IN A HOUSE APPROXIMATELY ONE MILE FROM WHERE THE CELEBRATED EVENT TOOK PLACE, PROBABLY PAINTED FOR THE 1876 CENTENNIAL OF AMERICAN INDEPENDENCE

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UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY PENNANT WITH "BILL THE GOAT" MASCOT AND WHIMSICAL LETTERING, circa 1930-1950’s

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3 DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENTS – 3 WARS: A FUN, INTERESTING, AND RARE REPUBLICAN CAMPAIGN POSTER FROM EITHER THE 1952 OR 1956 CAMPAIGNS OF EISENHOWER vs. ADALAI STEVENSON, OR PERHAPS THE 1960 CAMPAIGN OF NIXON vs. KENNEDY

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

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EXTRAORDINARY MARINE CORPS RECRUITMENT POSTER BY SIDNEY RIESENBERG (1885-1971), WITH SHARPLY APPOINTED OFFICERS STROLLING IN AN EXOTIC LOCAL, LIKELY DERNA OR MARRAKESH (i.e., “THE SHORES OF TRIPOLI”), circa 1913-1918

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ELABORATE SAILOR’S SOUVENIR EMBROIDERY FROM THE ORIENT WITH A BEAUTIFUL HAND-PAINTED IMAGE OF WASHINGTON CROSSING THE DELAWARE, SURROUNDED BY A LARGE EAGLE, FEDERAL SHIELD, CROSSED FLAGS, A CANNON, CANNONBALLS, AND ANCHOR, circa 1885-1910

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“VISIT TO CAMP,” AN EXTRAORDINARILY RARE CARD GAME BY McLAUGHLIN BROTHERS OF NEW YORK, CIRCA 1871

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BOLDLY GRAPHIC AND COLORFUL TEDDY ROOSEVELT TEXTILE, WITH HIS PORTRAIT IN A LARGE HEART AND ROUGH RIDERS ABOVE, MADE TO CELEBRATE HIS RECEIPT OF THE NOBEL PRIZE FOR PEACE IN 1906

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1862 CIVIL WAR PLAYING CARDS WITH STARS, FLAGS, SHIELDS, & EAGLES, AND FACE CARDS ILLUSTRATING CIVIL WAR OFFICERS AND LADY COLUMBIA, CA 1862, BENJAMIN HITCHCOCK, NEW YORK

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ULYSSES S. GRANT MEMORIAL RIBBON AND CDV PHOTOGRAPH OF HIS FUNERAL PROCESSION ON BROADWAY, NEW YORK CITY, AUG. 8TH, 1885

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ANTIQUE, AMERICAN, 1876 CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION PARADE BANNER, WITH AN OVAL STANDING PORTRAIT OF GEORGE WASHINGTON AND HIS HORSE, ON A GROUND OF RED & WHITE STRIPES

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LARGE & COLORFUL CIVIL WAR RECRUITMENT BROADSIDE FOR THE 16TH NEW YORK VOLUNTEER CAVALRY, A.K.A. "SPRAGUE'S LIGHT CAVALRY,” WITH A AMAZING BATTLE SCENE DISPLAYING BOTH CONFEDERATE AND UNION FLAGS, EXCEPTIONAL AMONG ITS COUNTERPARTS, MADE IN 1863. A CONTINGENT OF THIS REGIMENT AVENGED LINCOLN'S DEATH, CORNERING AND KILLING JOHN WILKES BOOTH IN A VIRGINIA TOBACCO BARN ON APRIL 26TH, 1965

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EXTRAORDINARY SILK FLAG, COMMISSIONED BY OR PRESENTED TO THE ROCKFORD, ILLINOIS “WIDE AWAKES,” IN SUPPORT OF THE 1860 PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN & HANNIBAL HAMLIN, POSSIBLY CARRIED AT THE OPENING OF THE CIVIL WAR BY COMPANY D OF THE 11TH ILLINOIS INFANTRY

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FRANCO-AMERICAN TEXTILE WITH THE IMAGE OF AN EAGLE SUPPORTING KNOTTED & DRAPED AMERICAN AND FRENCH FLAGS BENEATH FOUR WAR PLANES; EMBROIDERED SILK FLOSS AND METALLIC BULLION THREAD ON A SILK GROUND, WITH ELABORATE BULLION FRINGE, MADE TO CELEBRATE THE END OF WWI (U.S. INVOLVEMENT 1917-18)

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"RALLY FREEMEN! …COME ONE! COME ALL! AND SHOW YOUR LOVE FOR THE BEST COUNTRY ON THE FACE OF THE EARTH." A CIVIL WAR RECRUITMENT BROADSIDE FOR THE UNION LEAGUE OF PHILADELPHIA, COMPANY F, DESIGNATED AS THE 187TH PENNSYLVANIA INFANTRY, ESCORTED LINCOLN'S BODY WITH PHILADELPHIA'S 1ST CITY TROOP

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CIVIL WAR PERIOD OR PRIOR NAVYMAN’S FROCK AND JACK TAR HAT WITH ELABORATE PATRIOTIC AND NAUTICAL DECORATION, LIKELY THE BEST EXAMPLES OF EACH TO HAVE SURVIVED IN PRIVATE HANDS

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LARGE CIVIL WAR RECRUITMENT BROADSIDE FOR THE 53RD NEW YORK VOLUNTEER INFANTRY, 5th REGIMENT, "EAGLE BRIGADE," WITH AN ATTRACTIVE AND COMPELLING IMAGE OF ITS COMMANDER, LT. COL. GEORGE A. BUCKINGHAM OF NEW YORK CITY, CIRCA 1862

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MASSIVE & COLORFUL CIVIL WAR RECRUITMENT BROADSIDE FOR THE "MANHATTAN RIFLES,” WHICH MUSTERED INTO 43RD AND THE 57TH NEW YORK INFANTRY DIVISIONS IN THE WAR'S OPENING YEAR, EASILY AMONG THE ABSOLUTE BEST OF ITS KIND, 1861

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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)

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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

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