Item/Auction Attributes

printed glazed muslin,
Circa 1849.
Good overall condition with minor to moderate areas of discoloration. A few small tears and losses, larger loss to canton and another to fly. Not examined out of frame.
29 3/4" x 50" object, 37 1/2" x 58" OA.
Provenance: The Important Americana Collection of Barbara M. and the late Charlie Hunter, Staunton, VA. Cowan's Auctions, 11/18/2005, lot 1622.
Catalogue Note: The 1840's and 1850's were a turbulent period during America's political evolution. Amidst the outgrowth of new parties, and the transformation of older ones, a nascent political party known as the "American" party, or the "Native American" party, later referred to as "Know Nothings" by the opposition, emerged. The Native American party, overtly xenophobic in its approach, supported a staunchly anti-immigration platform, even proposing that immigrants coming to the United States who did qualify for admittance must wait 21 years before receiving citizenship - thus, the slogan on the present flag banner. Shipping Note: IN-HOUSE SHIPPING IS NOT AVAILABLE FOR THIS LOT. Please contact our local UPS store store6595@theupsstore.com for information on shipping or see our website for a list of third-party shippers https://jeffreysevans.com/buying/pick-up-and-delivery.