Rare Twenty-Nine Star Parade Flag

The twenty-nine star flag commemorates Iowa’s statehood in 1846 during James K. Polk’s presidency. This flag, printed on coarse glazed cotton, is rare because it was only used for fifteen months until Wisconsin became a state in 1848. The medallion star arrangement with corner stars and a large center star have a folky quality. The flag has some light foxing and is in an antique frame. Flag Width: 7”, Height: 9.5”.

Dealer Steven F. Still Antiques
Date: 1846
Origin unknown
Artist/Maker unknown
Measurements Flag width: 7", Height: 9.5"
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Website http://stevenfstillantiques.com
Price $3500.00
Contact Steven Still, 717-682-0410 or  Steven@stevenfstillantiques.com

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