The star American flag also known as the Centennial flag was the American national flag from to The flag featured 38 stars in the top left corner which represented the 38 states of America, as opposed to modern-day American national flags which feature 50 stars for the country's 50 current states. Some versions of the star American flag may have the stars aligned in the shape of a square in the top left hand corner, while other versions may have the stars aligned in the shape of a circle. Due to the fact that a large number of star flags were produced between and , they are not considered to be as rare as the star or star American flags.
These American Flags Are So Rare They Cost More Than a House
What Is the Value of a Star Flag?
I would like to know what something like this is worth. This flag is very sentimental to me and would not sell but would like to know it's value. Since there were literally hundreds of thousands - if not millions of the flags made, its actual cash value would be very low, unless the flag had a special provenance, like it flew over the US Capitol or was carried into battle or something like that. However, it has a tremendous value to you, since it goes with your family history, and makes a great keepsake as well as a nice item to pass along through the generations of your family. Priceless and that is not a commercial for a credit card company.
Timeline of the flag of the United States
Jump to navigation. Since the TSLAC building was completed in , well after the era this star flag was in use, it seems highly unlikely that this flag was ever flown in front of it. Description: This is a star United States flag, with the canton containing six rows of stars; the first, fourth, and sixth rows having eight stars; the other three rows having seven stars all centered with the eight-star rows, except for the third row, which is flush left with the eight-star rows. It measures 4 feet by 7 feet and is made of thin woolen fabric that has faded, with a 3. The flag has many areas of weakened fabric on close inspection.
Bridgman , the country's foremost dealer. This is an extremely rare, American national flag with 13 stars arranged in a six-pointed Great Star a star made out of stars. It's one of a tiny handful of pieced-and-sewn examples with this extraordinarily rare star design made during the Civil War era. While the reason behind the selection of this design is not known, this is a homemade flag and one of just a few known for its stars configured in this particular fashion.