Jeff Bridgman Antique Flags
 

PATRIOTIC FLOUR BARRELL LID ADVERTISING "OUR BRAND, SILVER LEAF PATENT" FOM THE HOLLY MILLING CO., MADE BY E.W. BAILEY & CO., MONTPELIER, VT, CA 1898



“WELCOME NUGGET” BRAND TOBBACCO CADDY LABEL WITH MINING SCENE, CA 1880



GIANT FORMAT BUFFALO BILL WILD WEST SHOW POSTER, 1908, STROBRIDGE LITHOGRAPH CO., CINCINNATI & NEW YORK



EXCEPTIONAL PATRIOTIC SCHERENSCHNITTE (PAPER CUTTING), IN THE STYLE OFTEN ATTRIBUTED TO ISAAC STIEHLY, ENTITLED “LIBERTY,” WITH IMAGERY THAT INCLUDES AN AMERICAN EAGLE WITH A 14 STAR, 14 STRIPE FLAG IN ITS BEAK, A RATTLESNAKE, LOVE BIRDS, AND EAGLES ON URNS, CA 1830-1850



PAINT-DECORATED CIVIL WAR DRUM, MADE BY THE JOHN C. HAYNES COMPANY OF BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS, 1861-63



FIREMAN'S "PARADE HAT" WITH AN IMAGE OF THOMAS JEFFERSON, FROM THE INDEPENDENCE HOSE COMPANY OF PHILADELPHIA, MADE BY G. G. STAMBACH, 2ND QUARTER 19TH CENTURY



TRADE SIGN: "FRESH AND SMOKED FISH", FOUND IN NORTHEASTERN PENNSYLVANIA, ca 1890-1910



ALL HONOR TO THE BOYS IN BLUE: PAINT-DECORATED AMERICAN SIGN, 1866-1880



LIDDED & LINED SPLINT BASKET IN GREEN PAINT, LAST QUARTER 19TH CENTURY



PASSAMAQUODDY (MAINE) NATIVE AMERICAN SEWING BASKET WITH ETRAORDINARILY EXHUBERANT DESIGN, DATED 1891 WITH A PENCILED INSCRIPTION



"HATS, CAPS, CARPETS, BOOTS, SHOES": PAINTED TRADE SIGN WITH A FOLKY SWAG RIBBON FORMAT AND THE MOST EXCEPTIONAL EARLY SURFACE, 1840-60



GLASS, PATRIOTIC PARADE CANES, ca 1876-1900



PAINTED & GILDED SIGN, CA 1880-1920: "LADIES ENTRANCE"



TRADE SIGN: RELIABLE BROOM FACTORY, ca 1890-1920



1827 NEW HAMPSHIRE BAND BOX IN RED, WHITE, AND INK BLUE WALLPAPER, MADE BY HANNAH DAVIS



AMERICAN MILITARY BELL CROWN SHAKO OR "TAR BUCKET" CAP, 1821-1830, FOUND IN A HOUSE IN CHAMBERSBURG, PENNSYLVANIA



LANCASTER COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA FARM SALE BROADSIDE IN A LARGE SCALE, WITH GREAT GERMANIC TEXT & GRAPHICS, 1918



WOODEN STREET SIGN: "ELMWOOD ROAD"



WHIMSICAL TOY DOG, 1880-1910



FOLK-PAINTED, 19TH CENTURY VIOLIN CASE, WITH EXCEPTIONAL FOLK FLAG AND SHIELD, MEXICAN WAR - CIVIL WAR ERA (1845-65)