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    South Carolina Civil War Palmetto Patriotic Memorabilia and Confederate First National Bible Flag. This interesting lot consists of a silk, hand-sewn, multi-piece, Confederate first national "bible flag", measuring 3" x 5.75", with eleven sequins for stars, exhibiting some tears and separation of the material. The colors are slightly faded but overall it is in very good condition. Also included in the frame is a woven Palmetto object captioned with a period note "given to me (Maggie J. Haley) October 2nd 1861 by Col. Fuller of the 4th Reg. S.C. Vol.". Cursory research yielded no information on a "Col. Fuller" but more in depth investigation may bring him to light. Mounted between the two Civil War-era items is a ribbon from the South Carolina Daughters of the American Revolution with an applied Palmetto tree woven from a Palmetto frond. This last item is obviously post-Civil War. All items are framed (10.5" x 16.5") under glass.

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    Auction Dates
    June, 2015
    12th-13th Friday-Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 8
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