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Auction Results Related to [confederate 2nd national flag louisiana]

(248 lots returned of approx. 752,650 available)

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Confederate 1st National Flag 7 stars ''1st VA Cav''

Lot 1: Confederate 1st National Flag 7 stars ''1st VA Cav''

by Quinn's Auction Galleries

April 15, 2009

Falls Church, VA, USA

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Description: Seven star Confederate First National Flag. Hand sewn flag with seven 5-point stars in blue canton, white stripe stenciled in red ''1st VA. CAV.'' 18 1/2'' x 33 3/4'' with 1 of 3 loop ties intact. Inscription in pencil above ''CAV.'' in white stripe: ''Rebel Flag captured at Ship... W.Va by Henry S....'' Provenance: Hand written note with flag, ''June 3, 1957 Sold to Mr. John Sellers of Nashville the Confederate flag that my father Edward Landstreet carried in the war when he was captured. It was returned to him by the Union soldier in the 90s when father was president of the Confederate Historical Association. Father surrendered with Lee in Virginia. I am 89 years of age and have no further use of it. Price $50. Mary Landstreet Memphis, Tenn.''

Condition Report: Ends of red stripes with some fraying, hole near bottom of ''1'' in ''1st'' & smaller hole in upper red stripe. Numerous small holes in all three stripes. Blue canton with 3 small holes to left of right middle star. Quinn's will provide condition reports upon request, such a report is provided as a courtesy to prospective buyers. No information or description of any kind with regard to property listed shall be construed as a warranty, either expressed or implied. The absence of a condition statement does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections or the effects of aging. Items sold "as-is" without any expressed or implied warranty, as stated in our conditions of sale.

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Confederate Battle Flag. Sewn on white lettering '

Lot 2: Confederate Battle Flag. Sewn on white lettering '

by Quinn's Auction Galleries

April 15, 2009

Falls Church, VA, USA

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Description: Confederate Battle Flag. Sewn on white lettering ''LOUDON ART. MANASSAS CAPT. ROGERS' CO.'' Three mounting holes in hoist. Blue buting possibly later addition. Captain A.L. Rogers was captain of the Loudon Artillery at 1st & 2nd Manassas. Flag accompanied by note on paper: ''For W.J. Luck MD from W.H. Rogers 1906''. 44''h x 43''w.

Condition Report: White backing sewn to flag in archival manner. Some splits to seams and some tears to the cloth. Quinn's will provide condition reports upon request, such a report is provided as a courtesy to prospective buyers. No information or description of any kind with regard to property listed shall be construed as a warranty, either expressed or implied. The absence of a condition statement does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections or the effects of aging. Items sold "as-is" without any expressed or implied warranty, as stated in our conditions of sale.

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Confederate silk bible flag or parade flag, Third National Flag.

Lot 13: Confederate silk bible flag or parade flag, Third National Flag.

by Quinn's Auction Galleries

April 15, 2009

Falls Church, VA, USA

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Description: Confederate silk bible flag or parade flag, Third National Flag. Silk flag with red stitching around edge. Belonging to Dr. William Jordan Luck(1836-1906.) Enlisted Harper's Ferry 1861 not on muster rolls. Appointed Asst. Surgeon, 59th VA. Inf. May 1962. Served in Richmond & Lynchburg hospitals. Promoted Surgeon. Assigned Captain Edward Graham's Va Battery 1864. Also served with the 4th N.C. Cavalry.

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Fragment from 3rd National Confederate flag, white

Lot 15: Fragment from 3rd National Confederate flag, white

by Quinn's Auction Galleries

April 15, 2009

Falls Church, VA, USA

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Description: Fragment from 3rd National Confederate flag, white with red trim on one side. Tag with flag reads ''Fragment from the original 3rd National Confederate flag designed by Major A.L. Rogers of Middleburg, Virginia April 7, 1865''. 7'' x 13''.

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Confederate Louisiana General Officers hat insigni

Lot 19: Confederate Louisiana General Officers hat insigni

by Robb Partners LLC

November 14, 2013

Bluffton, SC, USA

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Description: Confederate Louisiana General Officers hat insignia of extreme rarity and value

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Confederate Louisiana General Officers hat insigni

Lot 40: Confederate Louisiana General Officers hat insigni

by Robb Partners LLC

January 2, 2014

Bluffton, SC, USA

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Description: Confederate Louisiana General Officers hat insignia of extreme rarity and value

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Lot 63: Framed print of Third national Confederate flag.

by Quinn's Auction Galleries

April 15, 2009

Falls Church, VA, USA

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Description: Framed print of Third national Confederate flag. 20th Century. Titled ''The Confederate Flag'', ''Designed by Major A.L. Rogers, Middleburg, Virginia.'' In modern walnut frame with oval cut mat. 11 3/8'' x 9 1/8''.

Condition Report: Quinn's will provide condition reports upon request, such a report is provided as a courtesy to prospective buyers. No information or description of any kind with regard to property listed shall be construed as a warranty, either expressed or implied. The absence of a condition statement does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections or the effects of aging. Items sold "as-is" without any expressed or implied warranty, as stated in our conditions of sale.

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Confederate Louisiana General Officers hat insigni

Lot 99: Confederate Louisiana General Officers hat insigni

by Robb Partners LLC

October 10, 2013

Bluffton, SC, USA

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Description: Confederate Louisiana General Officers hat insignia of extreme rarity and value

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Confederate Louisiana General Officers hat insigni

Lot 103: Confederate Louisiana General Officers hat insigni

by Robb Partners LLC

December 11, 2013

Bluffton, SC, USA

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Description: Confederate Louisiana General Officers hat insignia of extreme rarity and value

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Confederate Louisiana General Officers hat insigni

Lot 109: Confederate Louisiana General Officers hat insigni

by Robb Partners LLC

January 13, 2014

Bluffton, SC, USA

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Description: Confederate Louisiana General Officers hat insignia of extreme rarity and value

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Confederate 1st National Bible Flag, c. 1861

Lot 164: Confederate 1st National Bible Flag, c. 1861

by Ira & Larry Goldberg Coins & Collectibles

December 1, 2012

Los Angeles, CA, USA

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Description: Confederate 1st National Bible Flag, c. 1861. 4 1/2 x 8 1/2". Blue canton with eleven hand-embroidered stars representing the eleven official Confederate states: South Carolina, Mississippi, Florida, Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, Texas, Virginia, Arkansas, North Carolina, and Tennessee. The bars are red-white-red. Minor blemishes and fraying at right edge of white bar, but overall very good. Framed to 10 1/2 x 13 1/2"Bible flags are small flags made by a loved one for a soldier when he left for war or for a special occasion. The flag was typically made of dress silk or ribbon and was kept in a Bible to serve as a bookmark.From April 2011 to May 2012, this flag was on exhibit at the Betsy Ross House in Philadelphia. Estimated Value $1,500 - 2,500. Provenance: Ex Claude Harkins Collection.

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(LOUISIANA.) National Republican broadside extra.

Lot 204: (LOUISIANA.) National Republican broadside extra.

by Swann Auction Galleries

September 15, 2011

New York, NY, USA

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Description: (LOUISIANA.) National Republican broadside extra. One page, 13 x 9 inches; moderate wear and foxing. [New Orleans, LA], 12 January [1872]

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(LOUISIANA PURCHASE.) National Intelligencer and Washington Advertiser.

Lot 206: (LOUISIANA PURCHASE.) National Intelligencer and Washington Advertiser.

by Swann Auction Galleries

September 15, 2011

New York, NY, USA

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Description: JEFFERSON'S ADDRESS ON THE STATE OF THE RAPIDLY EXPANDING UNION (LOUISIANA PURCHASE.) National Intelligencer and Washington Advertiser. 4 pages, 21 x 13 1/2 inches, on one sheet; toned, worn at center fold, minor dampstaining, other minor wear. Washington, DC, 17 October 1803

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Confederate Louisiana General Officers hat insigni

Lot 207: Confederate Louisiana General Officers hat insigni

by Robb Partners LLC

January 27, 2014

Bluffton, SC, USA

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Description: Confederate Louisiana General Officers hat insignia of extreme rarity and value

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Confederate Louisiana General Officers hat insigni

Lot 215: Confederate Louisiana General Officers hat insigni

by Robb Partners LLC

March 14, 2014

Bluffton, SC, USA

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Description: Confederate Louisiana General Officers hat insignia of extreme rarity and value

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Confederate Louisiana General Officers hat insigni

Lot 249: Confederate Louisiana General Officers hat insigni

by Robb Partners LLC

March 5, 2014

Bluffton, SC, USA

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Description: Confederate Louisiana General Officers hat insignia of extreme rarity and value

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1862 CONFEDERATE BANK OF LOUISIANA $20 BANK NOTE

Lot 431: 1862 CONFEDERATE BANK OF LOUISIANA $20 BANK NOTE

by The Gallery at Knotty Pine

January 8, 2012

West Swanzey, NH, USA

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Description: 1862 (CONFEDERATE) BANK OF LOUISIANA $20.00 BANK NOTE W/ ENGRAVED VIGNETTE

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Confederate Louisiana General Officers hat insigni

Lot 436: Confederate Louisiana General Officers hat insigni

by Robb Partners LLC

April 3, 2014

Bluffton, SC, USA

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Description: Confederate Louisiana General Officers hat insignia of extreme rarity and value

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Confederate Louisiana General Officers hat insigni

Lot 468: Confederate Louisiana General Officers hat insigni

by Robb Partners LLC

March 26, 2014

Bluffton, SC, USA

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Description: Confederate Louisiana General Officers hat insignia of extreme rarity and value

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Confederate Louisiana General Officers hat insigni

Lot 500: Confederate Louisiana General Officers hat insigni

by Robb Partners LLC

December 3, 2013

Bluffton, SC, USA

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Description: Confederate Louisiana General Officers hat insignia of extreme rarity and value

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First National Confederate Bible flag

Lot 617: First National Confederate Bible flag

by Charlton Hall

September 11, 2011

West Columbia, SC, USA

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Description: First National Confederate Bible flag 19th century, composed of silk ribbons with 13 paper stars arranged in three columns. H5 1/2" W7 1/2" Provenance: Pennsylvania private collection. This item relates to lots 621 and 619 and is reported to have also descended through the estate of "Colonel" William L. Moseby of Fulton County, Pennsylvania. Other Notes: Typically these flags were handmade by ladies and given to soldiers or loved ones to place in a Bible during the war for safekeeping. Accompanied with letter from Brendan Synamon.

Condition Report: Paper stars worn; staining from adhesive evident around stars; some stains on silk bars; edges fraying; verso with adhesive residue on blue square; wear and fading consistent with age. *** Notice to bidders: The absence of a condition report does not imply that an object is free of defects or restoration. All lots are sold 'As Is' and in accordance with the Conditions of Sale. Condition reports and additional photographs are provided by request as a courtesy to our clients. Condition reports are not to be considered substitutes for physical examination by you and/or your advisors. Charlton Hall's specialists are not trained professional conservators or restorers; we urge you to inspect each lot yourself or have your agent do so on your behalf. Prospective buyers should satisfy themselves as to condition and must understand that any statement made by Charlton Hall Galleries, Inc., or its specialists is merely a subjective opinion, notwithstanding written reports or any discussion concerning condition in this catalogue. Prospective buyers should bear in mind that these reports will not disclose any imperfections which may only be revealed during the course of subsequent restoration and/or repair. Buyers are reminded that Charlton Hall Galleries' warranties with respect to property are limited as set forth in our Conditions of Sale and do not extend to condition. Condition reports are provided by request on a "first come, first served" basis. Requests submitted close to or during the auction may not be completed.

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CONFEDERATE 12 STAR FIRST NATIONAL FLAG - Current Bid: $11,000.00

Lot 857: CONFEDERATE 12 STAR FIRST NATIONAL FLAG - Current Bid: $11,000.00

by Alexander Historical Auctions | Alexander Autographs

July 22, 2011

Stamford, CT, USA

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Description: CONFEDERATE 12 STAR FIRST NATIONAL FLAG Exceptional Confederate 12 star First National Flag, undoubtedly a captured example, originally from the collection of noted collector and dealer Norm Flayderman. The flag, absolutely correct in every detail, measures 58" inches on the fly and 38" on the hoist, with a 3/4" wide canvas leading border. It is constructed of bunting with cotton stars and hand-sewn eyelets on the canvas reinforcement. The flag bears four small holes where souvenir pieces of cloth were removed, and also bears a few other tears, possibly period, with no appreciable loss of material. It has been partially backed with similarly-colored material which is very lightly tacked to the flag, simply for purposes of appearance and done so with no detrimental effect to the flag itself. When our consignor personally purchased the flag from Flayderman, he was advised that it had been obtained in Pennsylvania. According to a detailed 1984 letter (included) from flag expert Howard Madaus to Flayderman, this is most likely a company presentation flag from late 1861, after the recognition of Missouri as a Confederate state but prior to the publication of Kentucky's joining the Confederacy (Dec. 10, 1861). Furthermore, in analyzing the 26 similar flags attributable to specific state units at the time he wrote his analysis, Madaus found only one example bearing "surprisingly similar characteristics": that of Co. C of the "Dixie Rangers" of the 65th George Infantry. Using less strict criteria, Madaus concluded that the flag likely originated: "in the Mississippi River Valley during November or December of 1861". While Confederate First Nationals are not exceedingly rare, prime examples such as this one, presented to a company, captured, and bearing unimpeachable provenance, are much more desirable.

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Two Pieces of Louisiana Confederate Ephemera

Lot 1223: Two Pieces of Louisiana Confederate Ephemera

by New Orleans Auction Galleries

April 21, 2013

New Orleans, LA, USA

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Description: Two Pieces of Framed Louisiana Related Confederate Ephemera, the first, a State of Louisiana $100 Confederate bond, signed by Governor Thomas Moore and dated 1862, and the second, a State of Louisiana $100 Confederate banknote, issued in Shreveport in 1863, both mounted and framed together with a plaque reading, "Thomas Overton Moore, 1804-1876, Civil War Governor of Louisiana", h. 31-1/4", w. 20-1/2".

Condition Report: The banknote has some fold marks and staining but no major foxing, and there is a small (less than 1/4") tear to the lower edge. The bond does not appear to be laid down. There are no foxing spots but the gradual light staining coming inward from the edge. Please note that we have not examined these out of the frame, and this condition report is an opinion only.

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CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE LOUISIANA MILITIA COMMISSION

Lot 1291: CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE LOUISIANA MILITIA COMMISSION

by Burchard Galleries Inc

February 23, 2014

St. Petersburg, FL, USA

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Description: CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE LOUISIANA MILITIA COMMISSION: 2nd Lieutenant commission to George R. Shinn, Louisiana Militia, 3 Regiment, 2nd Brigade, 1st Division. Dated November 5, 1861, signed by Gov. Thomas Overton Moore, and Pliny D. Hardy, Secretary of State. Sight size 16 1/2'' x 12'', framed under glass 21 5/8'' x 17 5/8''.

Condition Report: Folds, splits at seams, toning, not examined out of frame.

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RARE 8 STAR CONFEDERATE 1ST NATIONAL FLAG WITH SAINT ANDREW'S CROSS IN CANTON.

Lot 2092: RARE 8 STAR CONFEDERATE 1ST NATIONAL FLAG WITH SAINT ANDREW'S CROSS IN CANTON.

by James D. Julia

October 2, 2012

Fairfield, ME, USA

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Description: This flag can be dated quite accurately between April 17 and May 6, 1861 as Virginia was the 8th state to secede from the Union on April 17th and Arkansas was the 9th state on May 6, 1861. Most Confederate flags are 11 star, made late in 1861 or after all states had seceded but with all the patriotic fervor in the South lots of Confederate variances occurred. This flag, measuring 38" x 66", has an intriguing history in that it had remained in the same family for multiple generations. The flag is shown in an April 11, 1920 "Times-Picayune", New Orleans, newspaper article titled "The Betsy Ross of the Confederacy". A copy of the article which accompanies this flag states Mrs. E.O. Jones of Algiers, Louisiana made this first Confederate flag for the "PELICAN VOLUNTEER FIREMEN" which served as a New Orleans militia unit. Pictured with the flag in the article are Mrs. Jones' seven grandsons who were at that time serving in WWI. This flag stayed in the family of the oldest grandson who was again pictured with the flag and his grandson circa 1950 in a Brooklyn newspaper. The flag was recently acquired in Brooklyn from this 5th generation descendent of Mrs. E.O. Jones who originally made this flag in 1861. The story of how this flag was saved from the occupying Union troops by Mrs. Jones is detailed in the articles. This wonderful flag has the stars arranged like a St. Andrews cross which is unique in an 8 star flag. Flag is also made of polished cotton, which is a rare material outside early war flags such as this. This is among the finest and best provenanced flags that will ever be offered. The esthetics and appearance of this canton can never be duplicated. CONDITION: Flag overall is in very good condition. The 1-1/4" folded hoist is made of linen sheeting with two hand sewn whipped eyelets on either end. 4" cotton stars are cut through, producing a slightly smaller star with a haloed appearance from the sewing thread. Colors are very good and much better and brighter than normally seen on surviving cotton flags. There is scattered staining, soiling and separations, especially near the fly end. There is one 5" to 6" tear in white stripe near fly. Much of the material is still there however, just folded under. 4-46535 JS61

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IDENTIFIED CONFEDERATE 2ND NATIONAL FLAG OF CLARENCE OLNEY, PALMETTO GUARD, SC.

Lot 2093: IDENTIFIED CONFEDERATE 2ND NATIONAL FLAG OF CLARENCE OLNEY, PALMETTO GUARD, SC.

by James D. Julia

October 2, 2012

Fairfield, ME, USA

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Description: This wool bunting flag measures 35" x 60" with a 1-3/4" folded canvas hoist with two hand-whipped eyelets. Flag is totally hand sewn showing good sewing skill with 1" white bunting edging to the St. Andrews cross which is similar to depot made flags in Charleston, S.C. and could indeed be an arsenal product as Army of Tenn. Battle flags are same dimensions and made at Augusta Depot. The canton measures 23" x 25" with 2-1/2" double applique cotton stars. This flag with soldier's name inked at edge of fly comes from direct family descent of Clarence Olney. Letter from descendants accompanies flag along with report from flag historian, Greg Biggs.. Clarence C. Olney volunteered on the 7th day of Feb. 1862 into the Company of the Palmetto Guards, Artillery in Charleston, SC. He mustered into the CSA at Pocotaligo, SC on 28 Feb. 1862 under Capt. George Lamb Bissit, part of Manigault's famous South Carolina "Siege Train" artillery. A fairly recent book has been written by Charles Ripley entitled, Siege Train, The Journal of a Confederate Artilleryman in the Defense of Charleston, an edited diary of Major Edward Manigaultt and his unit. Olney's recorded engagements were as follows: On Jan. 1, 1862 Olney and his unit fought against US gunboats at Port Royal Ferry, SC. In June, 1862 he fought at Fort Pemberton, James Island, SC. On January 30, 1863, he helped lead the capture of the US gunboat Isaac P. Smith on the Stono River, Johns Island SC. This was the only recorded capture of a naval vessel by land based forces during the war. In August and September of 1864, he participated in the shelling of both Morris and Black Island, SC. On Dec. 25, 1864 he fought in battle against the US gunboats Marblehead, Pawnee, and various mortar schooners near Sugarville, Stono River, SC. He was detailed on 3 Dec., 1864 by order of Lt. General Hardee to Quartermasters Dept under Capt. A. Cammocks, Assistant LWCS Army. At wars end, he was paroled by commanding General J.B. Gordon and discharged at High Point, NC on 26 April 1865 as part of General Joseph E. Johnston's Army. A direct descendent of Clarence C. Olney states in his letter of provenance accompanying the flag that Clarence was able to acquire and retain this flag due to his position in the Quartermasters Dept. under Lt. Gen. Hardee. Olney kept the flag hidden for many years and it was then passed down through the family and was discovered anew in the mid-1960's, neatly folded in an old cardboard box. The flag is accompanied with the previously mentioned letter of provenance from his direct descendant as well as Olney's impressive and beautiful large framed UCV Memorial with patriotic motifs and colorful battle-scenes to include his post-war photo and listed service. This is an original, fine and rare identified Confederate 2nd national flag from a famous South Carolina unit that served in the Confederacy. It is the perfect size for framing and displaying with his framed memorial tribute. CONDITION: Flag is in very good overall condition with a few moderate holes, other small holes and areas of staining as can be seen in the photographs. These holes give the flag great character and do not detract from the overall esthetics where construction is sound and colors are bright and vivid as can be seen in photos. Hoist is sound and solid as is sewing thread and stitching throughout flag. On the 1-1/2" folded over and sewn fly edge is found "Olney" in period ink which is easily discerned. Memorial measuring 29î x 33î is framed with 1880 Vintage Photograph of Olney of good condition with good colors as can be seen in photographs. There is minor tearing at top edge of document not affecting aesthetics. 4-46847 JS97

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CONFEDERATE NAVAL 2ND NATIONAL FLAG.

Lot 2094: CONFEDERATE NAVAL 2ND NATIONAL FLAG.

by James D. Julia

October 2, 2012

Fairfield, ME, USA

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Description: This flag which is 90" on hoist, 144" on fly with 60" square canton is constructed with the same materials used for army or Northern Virginia battle flags and at the same Richmond depot. This flag is made with a rope hoist most likely for naval service. Flag exhibits 6" cut threw stars with 3/4" cotton edging along side Andrew's cross. This is a great opportunity to find a fine example of a "as found" Confederate Naval 2nd National flag which was in service from 1863-1865 and shows use with great aesthetics. A textile report accompanies by flag expert Fonda Thomsen. CONDITION: Flag is sound and solid with solid stitching throughout. There are numerous small holes, tears and separations especially at end of fly where flown along with staining and soiling, typical of battle used Civil War flags. 8-76337 JS98

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CONFEDERATE 1ST NATIONAL FLAG FROM ESTATE OF CAPTAIN GEORGE W. BROWN, 72ND INDIANA INFANTRY.

Lot 2095: CONFEDERATE 1ST NATIONAL FLAG FROM ESTATE OF CAPTAIN GEORGE W. BROWN, 72ND INDIANA INFANTRY.

by James D. Julia

October 2, 2012

Fairfield, ME, USA

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Description: This is a wonderful Confederate 1st National flag which measures 31" x 62" with a 2-1/2" blue silk fringe sewn along three edges. The 1-1/2" hoist is made by sewing additional 1-1/2" of the same cloth on that edge. There are five hand sewn eyelets with red, white and blue cord ties with tasseled ends. Thirteen 2-1/2" white silk stars are in the form of a circle and are double appliqued hand sewn to the blue cotton canton. The red and white bars measure about 10" each and are made of glazed wool. This flag is a wonderful displayable size and a very unusual configuration of 13 stars. This flag most assuredly was made early in 1861 with the hopes of Kentucky and Missouri joining the 11 states that had already seceded. 13 stars on 1st National flags are scarce though most battle flags of the Confederacy contained 13 stars as Kentucky and Missouri still gave many Confederate troops to the Southern cause. This flag along with the preceding lot descended through the family of Assistant Surgeon and Captain George W. Brown, Company K, 72nd Indiana Infantry which was part of the famous Wilder's Lightning Brigade. We do not know where this flag was captured or came from other than that it was in Capt. Brown's effects. This flag has characteristics and structure similar to other early Confederate 1st National flags in ratio of fly being half length of hoist. Materials used are quite a hodge-podge of dress and general sewing materials so often seen on these early flags. The sewing is done by a skilled seamstress that includes delicate tight hand-sewing to stars, fringe and eyelets. Canton and stripes are sewn on an early treadle sewing machine with imported thread that is rarely seen after 1861 as the Federal Blockade closed shipping channels into the Confederacy. This is a wonderful Confederate flag with great history, colors and aesthetics measuring only 2-1/2' x 5'. CONDITION: Flag is sound, solid overall. Stitching is mostly tight and intact. There are two 5" x 2" pieces of the bottom red bar missing at fly end and bits of the attached blue fringe. There is insect damage on the three red and white bars including two large holes; one measuring approx. 3" x 2" and another approx. 5" x 2" and numerous other small holes as can be seen in photos. Blue cotton canton is complete with one 1" x 1" angled tear. Stars overall are fine, there are a few small holes in several stars; one star is about 80% missing but sewn halo is still visible. There are four ties attached to hoist; top one is about 2' long with two red tassels, second one is about 15" long, third one is like the top one but in blue with one remaining blue tassel and the fourth is a heavier white material about 2' with white tassels. There is remnants of rope around the fifth eyelet on hoist. These tassel ties are reminiscent of early battle flags that often had long tasseled ties draped around flagpole. There is dark straining in splattered areas on bottom red bar which under "UV" light appears same as blood, but further analysis would be needed to prove blood. 4-46787-1 JS151

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NEWLY DISCOVERED 7 STAR CONFEDERATE 1ST NATIONAL FLAG.

Lot 2387: NEWLY DISCOVERED 7 STAR CONFEDERATE 1ST NATIONAL FLAG.

by James D. Julia

March 15, 2011

Fairfield, ME, USA

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Description: This flag measures 41" x 71" including a 2-1/2" silk fringe. This flag was recently discovered framed, (No longer present but causing the folding damage and tack marks.)in an estate and was said to have come from a Tennessee Estate. Stripes measure about 12" each, canton measures about 24" x 22" including a 1-1/2" folded hoist which was probably used as a sleeve for pole attachment. Flag is very well made by seamstress with good sewing skills with the double applique silk stars measuring about 4-1/2" from point to point which are displayed in a 6 star shooting position, with the 7th star placed in the center. The red stripes are a wool blend, white stripe is a silk. The blue dye in canton has faded to a light blue. Flag has scattered damage as can be seen in photographs, however the flag is quite sound and supple and could be displayed easily. CONDITION: Red bars are solid and complete with good color. There are a few small holes caused by insects and a 10" long x 1/4" strip in center of flag in top bar where wool warp is solid but red weave is missing. The central white silk bar is fragile but still very solid with scattered holes from insect damage with tears and reductions where flag was folded through its center. Damage continues in a line from the top red bar through this white bar but disappears before the bottom red bar. The canton is sound and solid, again with scattered holes from insect damage especially at a central longitudinal fold, as can be seen in photos. All silk stars are complete and intact with only minor damage, especially to the one star that falls into the longitudinal fold in canton. Canton has faded severally to a light green-blue more pronounced on obverse than reverse. Silk fringe is intact and complete and well bound to all three sides of flag. Hoist is complete with damage and slight reduction at both ends. 4-42133 JS52

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Attractive 19th Century First National Flag of the Confederacy in 13 Star Configuration, Attributed to a Founding Chapter Member of the United Daughters of the Confederacy

Lot 3086: Attractive 19th Century First National Flag of the Confederacy in 13 Star Configuration, Attributed to a Founding Chapter Member of the United Daughters of the Confederacy

by Rock Island Auction Company

December 8, 2013

Rock Island, IL, USA

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Description: Attractive 19th Century First National Flag of the Confederacy in 13 Star Configuration, Attributed to a Founding Chapter Member of the United Daughters of the ConfederacyMeasuring 46 inches tall and 69 inches wide, this flag follows the overall pattern of the first national flag of the Confederacy, also known as the "Stars and Bars", the design of which was influenced by popular demand for a flag with an essentially "American" character, hearkening back to the original founding of the nation, retaining the red, white and blue color scheme and the 30 inch square blue field, replacing the stripes with broad red and white bars 15 inches in width. The stars are traditional 5-pointers, 5 inches wide each, arranged in a circle of 12 around a central star; this is a deviation from the regulation standard, which calls for a 13 star circle. Later iterations of the National Flag would take their cues from the Confederate Battle Flag, the blue cross saltire and white stars on a red field that is most commonly associated with the Confederacy to this very day. The flag is mounted on a white matting in a glass topped hardwood frame, with a brass plaque on the bottom states that the flag was produced circa 1861-1890, and was the personal property of one Elizabeth Parker Bradford, founding member of the John Sappington Marmaduke Chapter (Columbia, Missouri) of the United Daughter's of the Confederacy and sister of William Moore Parker, a young man killed in action with the 9th Kentucky Cavalry on 26 May 1863. Notes from the consignor attribute the machine stitching of the flag to a war-vintage Wheeler & Wilson patent machine operated by the Hayden & Whilden Company of South Carolina, a Confederate Contractor, and describing the symbolism of the flag as being to place Maryland at the spiritual center of the Confederacy. We are not flag experts, therefore we are presenting the facts conveyed to us. Further research needs to be done.Manufucture: NoneModel: NoneBBL: Stock: Guage: Finish: Grips: Serial Number:

Condition Report: Very good overall. A few minor stains are visible on the surface, with a small tear in the upper right corner of the field and a few other small handling marks. The frame shows some mild scuffs and chips of the veneer. An attractive Confederate National Flag.

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Old National Flag

Lot 6562: Old National Flag

by Kaminski Auctions

April 21, 2013

Beverly, MA, USA

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Description: Old National flag, 25" x 26".

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Confederate First National Flag with Capture History an

Lot 52189: Confederate First National Flag with Capture History an

by Heritage Auctions

December 11, 2010

Dallas, TX, USA

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Description: Confederate First National Flag with Capture History and Complete Fonda Thomsen Analysis Report. The flag is constructed of one layer of wool broadcloth with the leading edge 32", and 58" on the fly. 22" high x 21" wide blue wool canton with nine 4¾" white cotton stars appliqued to each side. The canton has a 7" high x 5½" wide matching blue patch, applied to the reverse on the leading edge side of the circle of stars. This area may have originally contained a 10th star. It is likely the star was removed as a souvenir by men in the Confederate unit, or the capturing Union unit. The use of two-ply linen thread for the patch and three-ply S black cotton thread on the stars, suggest a field repair at a time when there were limited materials available. The flag shows scattered damage throughout, remaining about 80% intact. The leading edge has been torn and is missing 3½" of the fabric on the bottom. There is staining from rust around each nail hole on the hoist edge and two of the holes have been torn through to the outer edge. The flag is soiled from a period of use and creased from folding. Some of the damage appears to be the result of insect infestation, but much of it is, according to Ms. Thomsen, from use. Included with the flag are several pieces of the original red and blue fabric, the largest being a red piece 1½" x 5" with several other pieces of rather substantial size. The flag is obviously an excellent candidate for professional restoration. The flag was captured in August of 1862 by Howard K. White. After the war, it was displayed in Mr. White's well known retail establishment in New York City, until 1961, when it was acquired by the late renowned Civil War collector Wendell Lang from Mr. White's sons. Remaining in Mr. Lang's possession until 1991, when ownership transferred to Dr. Freddie T. Barron. The flag is accompanied by a brass plaque stating this history. A truly "pedigreed" Confederate First National flag worthy of professional restoration and mounting.

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CONFEDERATE REUNION FLAG

Lot 2: CONFEDERATE REUNION FLAG

by Burnt Chimney Auction Gallery

2012

USA

Description: Virginia Confederate 43rd Calvary 1st Reunion Flag, in honor of Civil War Confederate soldier, Col Mosby of Virginia

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Lot 11: [ Cigarette/Trade Cards ] ALLEN AND GINTER, (U.S.A.), 6 X FLAGS OF ALL NATIONS, 2ND SERIES, 1890 'HONDURAS', 'MONACO', 'TRIPOLI', 'SICILY',

by Cigarette Cards Plus

2002

United Kingdom

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Description: [ Cigarette/Trade Cards ] ALLEN AND GINTER, (U.S.A.), 6 X FLAGS OF ALL NATIONS, 2ND SERIES, 1890 'HONDURAS', 'MONACO', 'TRIPOLI', 'SICILY', 'POLAND', 'CONGO' C/V E50 F / VG

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Two Framed Confederate Images

Lot 14: Two Framed Confederate Images

by Cowan's Auctions

2010

USA

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Description: A sixth plate ambrotype of an unidentified Confederate lieutenant colonel and a CDV of a Confederate major identified in modern ink as "Alexander Fielding Browne." Both images come from the same consignor as the Lt. William C. Whittle, Jr. CSN group and may somehow be family related. The ambrotype portrait depicting a distinguished looking field grade officer is cracked in the middle and glued to the inside of a full plate daguerreotype case with damaged upper hinge. The likeness bears a strong resemblance to an earlier portrait of thrice-wounded Lt. Colonel Powhatan B. Whittle, 38th Virginia shown in Lee's Colonels by Krick, p. 397. The cdv of an older major said to be Alexander Browne wears a single star on wide fold down collar. The vignette with (Henry) "Pollack" (Maryland) blind stamp is framed in a testimonial watercolor collage of Confederate flags-First National, Second National & 2nd Pattern CS Navy Ensign, Stars & Bars Battle flag, and Third National-measuring 8.5 x 10.5 in. Colonel Alexander F. Browne is unknown, name and rank not found in any of the standard sources (Krick, Allardice, Carroll, HDS, CWSS).

Condition Report: Ambrotype cracked with halo of tarnish; housed in damaged case. Framed CDV sepia toned with just average clarity. Water colored mat heavily stained; water damage not affecting painted flags.

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Flags (6)

Lot 15: Flags (6)

by McGee Auction Gallery

2013

USA

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Description: Includes SC Big Red, Gadsden Flag, South Carolina Sovereignty, Ft. Moultie Flag, 5' X 8' Confederate Flag, SC Flag

Condition Report: Good

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Flags (5)

Lot 22: Flags (5)

by McGee Auction Gallery

2013

USA

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Description: 1 5'X8' Confederate Flag, 1 North Carolina Flag, 1 Georgia Flag, 2 American Flags,

Condition Report: Fair

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Vintage Confederate Flag
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FRAMED CONFEDERATE FLAG
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Confederate Flag Backpack
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1862 Louisiana Confederate $1 Note

Lot 125: 1862 Louisiana Confederate $1 Note

by DAF Auction, Inc.

2012

USA

Description: 1862 Louisiana Confederate $1 Note

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Confederate Flag
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35 MFF1  Confederate Battle Flag

Lot 204: 35 MFF1 Confederate Battle Flag

by Angel's Business Center Auction House

2013

USA

Description: Confederate Battle Flag Ready to fly Confederate Battle flag constructed from 100% polyester. 3' x 5'

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2 Small Boxes of Confederate Flag Toothpicks

Lot 240: 2 Small Boxes of Confederate Flag Toothpicks

by Omega Auction, Corp.

2012

USA

Description: 2 Small Boxes of Confederate Flag Toothpicks

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national flag foundation cards
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Jeanette Rudy Stamp Collection United Nations Flag Stamps 1988 Series

Lot 313: Jeanette Rudy Stamp Collection United Nations Flag Stamps 1988 Series

by High as the Sky Auction Co. LLC

2013

USA

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Description: Jeanette Rudy Stamp Collection United Nations Flag Stamps 1988 Series

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United Nations flag
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1ST NATIONAL 9 STAR CONFEDERATE STATES FLAG

Lot 1123: 1ST NATIONAL 9 STAR CONFEDERATE STATES FLAG

by Affiliated Auctions & Realty LLC

2011

USA

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Description: A 66X35 inch 9 star 1st National Confederate states flag 9 stars as the Confederacy numbered in states as of may 1861, hand stitched linen and individually stitched stars with larger in center, some early repairs and staining overall good.

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FOUR VINTAGE CONFEDERATE FLAGS

Lot 940200: FOUR VINTAGE CONFEDERATE FLAGS

by Universal Live Auctions

2014

USA

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Description: HERE ARE FOUR VINTAGE CONFEDERATE FLAGS.  THEY ARE 5 1/2" SQUARE ON RODS.

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FOUR VINTAGE CONFEDERATE FLAGS

Lot 990036: FOUR VINTAGE CONFEDERATE FLAGS

by Universal Live Auctions

2014

USA

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Description: HERE ARE FOUR VINTAGE CONFEDERATE FLAGS.  THEY ARE 5 1/2" SQUARE ON RODS.

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