A FOURTY-EIGHT STAR AMERICA FLAG, EARLY 20TH CENTURY dyed linen laid down on board, framed. 68.5cm high, 116cm wide (flag irregular shape); 83.5 x 130cm (frame) Provenance: Dawesfield House, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, USA Lots 92 - 175 form part of the original contents of Dawesfield, Lewis Lane, Ambler, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania - an iconic American farmhouse built by Abraham Dawes and by descent through generations of the female line. It served as the Revolutionary Headquarters of General George Washington from 20th October until 2nd November, 1777.

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  • Laid down on board and recently framed Stained overall With scattered tears, losses and creases See additional images

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