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    Confederate States: 1915 George Secession Commemorative Banner with Georgia State Seal Needlework.
    23" x 34" two-sided silk banner with bullion trim and fringe. Inscribed on both sides in gold paint: "Georgia/ Seceded/ January 19. 1861./ Richmond, 1915". Identical inscription on both sides. Scattered stains and holes, as shown, but generally in good condition, considering the materials used in its construction. When Georgia seceded from the Union, it briefly became the independent Republic of Georgia. Sold together with a 20" x 20" stiff needlework depiction of the State Seal of Georgia. It is made of silk, paper, metallic trim and sequins. Circa 1875-1890. Excellent condition.


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    Auction Dates
    June, 2021
    6th Sunday
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