Late 1800's UCV Parade Flag
Item #: WR491
This is a United Confederate Veterans parade flag from the late 1800's. It measures 34 3/4" wide x 25 1/4" tall, the biggest parade flag I've ever had. The flag is made of oil cloth material. It is of one piece construction, with the blue St. Andrews cross and white stars all being dyed onto the red banner. There is no stitching anywhere on the flag. The flag is no longer attached to the wooden stick, but you can see the staple marks in the material where it was. The colors of the flag are still pretty vibrant, the stars are crisp, but there is an area of discoloration in the bottom right corner of the flag, in the blue part of the flag. The star in that corner is also lightly stained. The flag has been folded for a number of years, and has visible creases where it was folded. There are also a couple of places where the material has started to separate, along the creases. It will still display well, especially framed and hanging in your War Room!
Your Price $650.00 USD
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