Hand Sewn Bunker Hill Flag Revolutionary War
Here is a wonderful piece of Americana.
Hand sewn Revolutionary War Bunker Hill Flag.
Entirely hand stitched.
Made of cotton. The blue has faded to purple however the edge still shows some of the original blue color. Original natural dyes.
Circa 1876 Centennial era.
Rare to find a flag like this.
Museum framing with UV acrylic.
The Bunker Hill Flag is a popular American Revolution flag that some believe was flown at the Battle of Bunker Hill, The First Battle of The Revolutionary War with England at the outbreak of the war during the Siege of Boston. The flag is an English Blue Ensign with a St. George's Cross in the corner with a pine tree, which represented liberty to the colonists. Many historians believe the Bunker Hill Flag was not actually flown at Bunker Hill, but was the result of a printing mistake in a flag book years after the war. Most believe if there was any flag flown at Bunker Hill, it was a red flag with a simple pine tree in the corner.
Rarity Rating: [ 6 ]
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This item rates a [ 6 ]
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Framing, wood frames, all acid free, w/UV acrylic protection.
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Flag Size: 8"x10.5"
Frame Size: 21"x24"
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