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A Grand Old Flag: The Stars and Stripes Collection of Dr. Peter J. Keim
Sun, Nov 24 2019 1:00 PM

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Lot 91
A 44-Star American Flag commemorating Wyoming statehood , Attributed to the United States Bunting Company, Lowell, MA, circa 1890

Sold for $1,000 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 92
Two 45-Star American Flags commemorating Utah statehood, 1896-1908

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Lot 93
A 45-Star American Naval Jack commemorating Utah statehood , 1898-1908

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Lot 94
A 45-Star American Flag commemorating Utah statehood, circa 1896

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Lot 95
A 46-Star American Flag commemorating Oklahoma statehood, 1907-1911

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Lot 96
A 46-Star American Flag commemorating Oklahoma statehood, 1907-1912

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Lot 97
A 47-Star American Flag commemorating New Mexico statehood, circa 1912

Sold for $1,300 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 98
A 48-Star American Flag commemorating Arizona statehood, circa 1915

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Lot 98A
A 48-Star American Flag , 1912-1959

Sold for $975 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 99
A 48-Star American Flag commemorating Arizona statehood, circa 1955

Sold for $4,688 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 100
A 50-Star American Flag commemorating the Space Shuttle Columbia and the invasion of Baghdad, circa 2000

Sold for $1,000 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 101
Original art for the exhibition poster of the Mastai Collection of American Flags: 200 Years of Stars & Stripes , Marie-Louise d...

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Lot 102
A 13-Star Quincunx pattern yacht Flag, circa 1900

Sold for $1,750 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 103
A 13-Star American Naval Ensign from the USS Hartford, Manufactured by U.S. Bunting Co. Lowell, Mass., circa 1875

Sold for $1,750 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 104
Two 13-Star Yacht Ensigns, M. Auten & Company and O.C. & K.R. Wilson, Ship Chandleries, New York, early 20th century

Sold for $625 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 105
A 13-Star Naval Veterans Association Ensign , circa 1893

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Lot 106
A Union Jack, late 19th century

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Lot 107
An English Naval Red Ensign, early 20th century

Sold for $625 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 108
A 13-Star Patriotic Banner, early 20th century

Sold for $250 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 109
A 13-Star American Patriotic Banner, F. Dedreux, Brooklyn, NY, late 19th century

Sold for $3,625 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 110
A Great Seal of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Flag , late 19th/early 20th century

Sold for $500 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 111
A 13-Star Patriotic Banner, 1870-1890

Sold for $5,000 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 112
A 13-Star Patriotic Banner, circa 1876

Sold for $2,625 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 113
A group of lithographs and engravings featuring George Washington (1732-1799), Nathaniel Currier, James Ives, James S. Baillie and o...

Sold for $625 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 114
Two 13-Star American parade Flags and a 27-Star American parade Flag commemorating Florida statehood, probably 1876

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Lot 115
A 20-Star American Flag commemorating Mississippi statehood, mid to late 19th century

Sold for $2,080 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 116
Three 13-Star American parade Flags and a 28-Star American parade Flag commemorating Texas statehood, mid to late 19th century

Sold for $2,500 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 117
A Rally round the Flag Boys! printed centerfold from Harpers Weekly , October 1, 1864

Sold for $130 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 118
A Lithograph of Washington and Lincoln, Nathaniel Currier and James Ives, New York, 1865

Sold for $188 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 119
An Abraham Lincoln mourning watch fob and pin, 1865

Sold for $390 (buyer's premium included)
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