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U.S. BUNTING COMPANY PRESS DYED 13 STAR U.S. NAVY "BOAT FLAG" ONCE OWNED BY GETTYSBURG HISTORIAN JOHN BADGER BATCHELDER. U.S. Navy "7 Ft." Boat Ensign...
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MEMORABILIA, CONFEDERATE BATTLE FLAG, WEAPONS, PERSONAL AND VETERAN OBJECTS ALL WITH WONDERFUL UNBROKEN PROVENANCE TO AUGUSTUS PITT ADAMSON CORPORAL COMPANY E 30TH GEORGIA ... [more like this]
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U.S. BUNTING COMPANY PRESS DYED 13 STAR U.S.
NAVY "BOAT FLAG" ONCE OWNED BY GETTYSBURG HISTORIAN JOHN BADGER BATCHELDER. U.S. Navy "7 Ft." Boat Ensign once owned by famed Gettysburg Historian and Monument Authority, ... [more like this]
AMERICAN FLAGS MADE BY ANNA SPENCER OVER
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43 STAR AMERICAN FLAG. 6' x 12'. Wool bunting
commercially manufactured flag with 1-3/4" hoist stenciled "12 ft x 6 ft 3 in". Wool bunting flag with reinforced corners, dbl appliqued cotton stars. 43 stars is very rarely ... [more like this]
LINCOLN MEMENTO, BUNTING FROM THE COFFIN.
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13-STAR AMERICAN FLAG. 67" x 122" wool bunting
flag with 1-3/4" hoist, marked "Manufactured by Bunting Lowell, Mass". Also stenciled "American Ensign, 10. Ft." Old brown ink inscription reads, "G. Byron Morse". Two brass ... [more like this]
44-STAR AMERICAN FLAG. 4’ x 7’ commercially
made wool bunting flag is stenciled on the 1-3/4" hoist, "Navy 4 x 7". All machine-sewn, wool bunting, double-appliquéd cotton stars. CONDITION: Very good. Flag shows little ... [more like this]
35-Star American Flag Signed Dr. L.B. Putnam
1866 Wool bunting 72.5 x 115 in. with 35 hand-sewn single-applique cotton stars configured in 6/6/6/5/6/6 horizontal rows. The fly is constructed of 13 machine-stitched wool ... [more like this]
GROUP OF AMERICAN FLAGS AND PATRIOTIC BUNTING.
First half-20th century. Six cotton flags, five have 48 stars, one has 50. Some printed stars, some sewn. Together with eight pieces of gauze fabric bunting. Sample sizes ... [more like this]
11 Shelley porcelain jelly molds executed
in cream porcelain, comprising: (1) small circular spiral shaped mold 3"dia; (1) circular six pointed star shaped mold 3" dia; (1) circular geometric motif shaped mold 4.25" ... [more like this]
Alabama First National Flag: Alabama First
National Flag, c. 1861, two red wool bunting stripes with one white wool twill-woven center stripe, white twill-woven bound edge, blue canton with six white cotton stars ... [more like this]
38 STAR AMERICAN FLAG. 38" x 65". All hand-sewn.
Accompanied by tag which states "Flag made by hand 1877 / V.S. Hawkins". Stars are dbl appliqued. The 38th star commemorates Colorado which became a state July 4, 1876. Stars ... [more like this]
36 STAR AMERICAN FLAG. 66" x 110". Wool bunting
with dbl appliqued cotton stars, stripes are machine sewn, stars are hand sewn. 2" hoist is made by lapping over edges several times. Two hand-whipped grommets are found at ... [more like this]
47 STAR AMERICAN FLAG. 5' x 7'. Wool bunting
flag with dbl appliqued cotton stars. The 47th star is an unofficial pattern. The 47th star commemorates the state of New Mexico which became a state January 6, 1912. Arizona ... [more like this]
38 STAR AMERICAN FLAG. 28" x 46". Printed
wool bunting flag. Canton exhibits large central star surrounded by fifteen stars in circle, surrounded by twenty-four stars in a square. This is a rarely encountered canton ... [more like this]
13 STAR AMERICAN FLAG. 4' 2" x 9' 6". Wool
bunting flag with dbl applique cotton stars. Stars are applied in canton in rows of three, two, three, two, and three. Stars are hand-sewn, stripes are machine-sewn. 1-1/4" ... [more like this]
HISTORIC PRESENTATION SILK REAR ADMIRAL’S
FLAG, CHRISTENING SASH FROM THE USS CONNECTICUT -1904 AND PERSONAL FLAG OF REAR ADMIRAL FREDERICK RODGERS. This historic U.S. Navy group of important flags consists of a blue ... [more like this]
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