Lot 66    

Stamped Brass Eagle on Shield Flag Holder
4/12/2014 - Americana: Live Salesroom Auction
American, ca. 1860-1870. A stamped brass spread eagle over a thirteen-star shield with red, white, blue, and silver paint, having a tin backing with loops for hanging and four holes for flag sticks; ht. 20.25, wd. 21.5 in.

Provenance:  
From the Estate of Kenneth Erwin, Portland, Michigan


Condition:  
Some light scratches and crazing. Some minor paint loss.
Sold: $1,560.00
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