September 2017 Auction Ends Thursday, September 28th, 5pm Pacific
United States flag featuring 34 stars, representing the addition of Kansas as the 34th state, admitted into the Union on 29 January 1861. This flag flew during the Civil War, from 1861 until June 1863, when West Virginia broke from Virginia and was declared her own state. Although several variations of the 34-star flag were made, this design -- with concentric circles of stars accentuated by four corner stars -- would prove one of the most popular. Linen and cotton flag is hand-stitched with stars appearing on both sides. Measures 108'' x 70.5'' or 9' x nearly 6'. Some age discoloration, light soiling and small holes throughout. Larger tear of approximately 2'' to lower left where flag connects to band. Overall in very good condition considering age, with no substantial defects or loss of material. A scarce Civil War era United States flag.
U.S. Flag With 34 Stars Representing the Addition of Kansas as the 34th State in 1861 -- Measures 9' Long -- ScarceU.S. Flag With 34 Stars Representing the Addition of Kansas as the 34th State in 1861 -- Measures 9' Long -- ScarceU.S. Flag With 34 Stars Representing the Addition of Kansas as the 34th State in 1861 -- Measures 9' Long -- Scarce
U.S. Flag With 34 Stars Representing the Addition of Kansas as the 34th State in 1861 -- Measures 9' Long -- Scarce
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