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This flag is very unique in that it is the only Lee family Confederate flag still in private hands. The provenance is certain as the flag was passed down to Sidney Smith Lee’s son, Confederate General Fitzhugh Lee who was later Governor of Virginia. From the CW Gazette

This flag is very unique in that it is the only Lee family Confederate flag still in private hands. The provenance is certain as the flag was passed down to Sidney Smith Lee’s son, Confederate General Fitzhugh Lee who was later Governor of Virginia. From the CW Gazette

Rare 8-Star Confederate Civil War Battle Flag This is an early Civil War period First National 'Stars & Bars' flag. Virginia was the 8th state to join the Confederacy and for only a 3 week period there were 8 states in the CSA. Dimensions of this flag are 19 1/2 inches wide by 27 inches long. It is basted to a piece of unbleached sail-cloth. Gauze like fabric appears homespun completely hand sewn, all the seams are done in the 'French' folded over style.

This is an early Civil War period First National 'Stars & Bars' flag. Virginia was the state to join the Confederacy and for only a 3 week period there were 8 states in the CSA

Ancestors In a Little Blue and a Lot of Gray: December 2012

Flag of Virginia Infantry Regt. This silk Confederate battle flag was made in 1861 by General A. The flag was later presented, in Mrs.

CONFEDERATE 12 STAR FIRST NATIONAL FLAG - from Alexander Historical Auctions

First National Flag of Confederate States of America with 12 Stars from Alexander Historical Auctions

Seven-star Confederate 1st National flag used at Murfreesboro (Tenn.) when Gen. Nathan Bedford Forrest raided the town, July 13, 1862. The flag belonged to Capt. Charles Anderson, Forrest's aide-de-camp.

Seven-star Confederate National flag used at Murfreesboro (Tenn. Nathan Bedford Forrest raided the town, July The flag belonged to Capt.

USA 1861 Confederate 1st National pattern (Stars & Bars) flag, made in the opening year of the Civil War, entirely hand-sewn and with 12 stars arranged in a circular wreath configuration that places one star in the very center. While present on other known Confederate flags, this star count is very unusual. It reflects the eleven states that officially seceded from the Union, plus one of the two key Border States--Missouri--that are typically represented on Southern Cross style Confederate…

1861 Entirely hand-sewn Confederate National (Stars & Bars) Flag With An Unusual count of 12 Stars to reflect the secession of Missouri in 1861

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