I take great care in both the preservation and the presentation of flags, and I encourage you to read more about the conservation processes that I use.
I employ the services of a full-time conservation staff to mount and frame both flags and other early textiles, so that they can be faithfully preserved for many years of enjoyment and are ready to hang in your home or place of business.
I offer an unconditional guarantee of authenticity.
I have dealt in early Americana for 26 years, and for the past 18 years have emphasized in 19th century textiles.
The information I have gleaned along the way is processed and translated into the lengthy descriptions that accompany each flag that I sell.
This stove may show some rust on its nickel-plated trim, but the crisp blue enameling makes this a particularly desirable item.
What It's Worth: ,000The serial number, G3008402, reveals this machine was made in 1913 in Elizabeth, New Jersey.
I can’t count how many times I have had a seller tell me that the estate told them that the quilt was made by the grandmother , or great-aunt, or assorted other ancestors, when in fact they were made in China.
Family history is often a fuzzy thing, and quilt history can’t be based on assumptions.