A Star From Old Glory - Inventory Number: FLA 028
The large hand-stitched star in a field of blue was once sewn on a large United States 34 star flag that flew during the Civil War. The 34 star pattern flag was flown from July 4th, 1861 to October 31, 1864 when Nevada was admitted to the Union. While the flag this star came from was in tatter, it measured approximately 10 feet by 16 feet. The CDV shows a similar sized flag being used as a backdrop. The original photograph of the unidentified Union soldier was taken by Cooley, a 10th Army Corps photographer in Beaufort,South Carolina.
Nicely framed and ready for display. Frame measures 14 7/8" x 12". Flag fragment measures approximately 6 1/2" x 6".
Inventory Number: FLA 028