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    A Beautiful 46-Star Infantry Flag A rare and historical flag, this 46-star staggered pattern of seven and eight stars in the canton was used after the admission of Oklahoma into the Union on July 4, 1908. Used for only four years during the administrations of Theodore Roosevelt and William H. Taft, it is machine-sewn of heavy wool cloth, this distinctive and attractive flag has a 2" gold fringe and was used as an infantry flag. Measuring 74" at the fly and 70" at the hoist, the hoist has a loop through which a staff was passed to carry the flag. The 30" x 38" canton with the 46 stars has a reinforcement patch at the top at the hoist, another appearing at the bottom of the flag at the last red stripe at the hoist. This is an attractive and rare flag, historically important.
    Provenance: The Crow Art Partnership Collection

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    June, 2007
    24th-25th Sunday-Monday
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