Vintage 48-Star American Flag
Make a statement. I adore old flags. I love its impressive size (6`x10`), the fabric, the rich colors that time has worn, and even the early repairs that make it all the more soulful and personal. This beautiful flag has it all. To quote Google: “In 1912, two stars were added, representing Arizona and New Mexico, bringing the total number of stars to 48, arranged in 6 rows of 8 stars each. There were thirteen stripes representing the thirteen original colonies. This flag flew from 4 July, 1912, to 3 July, 1949.” I’ve hung it on the side of our 19th c. barn for special occasions, and hoping you’ll find the perfect spot for it as well.
6’W x 10’L
Cotton with pieced stripes and stitched on stars
Early repairs to the edge of the red outer stripe and corner of the blue field, and any discoloration in the creamy white stripes is due to use & age.
2 metal grommets at top corners for easy hanging
Only 1 available
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