JEB Stuart Headquarters Flag - 2nd National pattern. Also known as "The Stainless Banner At the MOC
JEB Stuart Cavalry Flag
General Lee's Headquarters at the Museum of the Confederacy
CONFEDERATE 12 STAR FIRST NATIONAL FLAG - from Alexander Historical Auctions
Confederate Battle Flag - A very historically misunderstood flag. Representing the seceded states during the civil war, the flag is a very important part of American history, as well as one of the most beautiful flags in the world.
The top 10 most expensive... American Civil War memorabilia. This is the Personal Battle Flag of Confederate General J.E.B. Stuart which sold for $956,000 in 2007. Click the picture to see the full list.
This flag was carried by Colonel Stand Watie’s Cherokee Mounted Rifles; the body of the flag is the First National pattern flag of the Confederate States; the canton is blue with eleven white stars in a circle, surrounding five red stars representing the Five Civilized Tribes (Cherokee, Creek, Choctaw, Chickasaw and Seminole); the large red star in the center represents the Cherokee Nation. “Cherokee Braves” is lettered in red in the center of the white stripe. From the Trans Mississippi Mu...
Civil War National flag.
Major General J.E.B. Stuart's uniform
Battle Flag ~ 18th NC
Flag of the 38th Regiment, Alabama Volunteers
The original Star-Spangled Banner, the flag that inspired Francis Scott Key to write the song that would become our national anthem, is among the most treasured artifacts in the collections of the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History in Washington, D.C.
2nd national Confederate States of America flag.
Third National Flag also known as "The Blood Stained Banner" at the MOC
Jeb Stuart Quotes | JEB Stuart Headquarters Flag - 2nd National pattern. Also known as ...
Military & Patriotic:Civil War, Confederate States 13 Star Third National Flag
Fifth Bunting Issue (Part 4) The fifth bunting pattern of the Richmond Clothing Depot was only briefly issued and only as a replacement flag. As a general rule it was issued unmarked; however, at least two units of Clingman's Brigade who lost their colors at Fort Harrison received replacements that bore battle honors and unit abbreviations like the 1863 divisional issues. No flags other than infantry size are known to have been made.
16th NC Battle Flag.
Flag of The Louisiana 6th Infantry, 2nd Battle of Fredericksburg, largely Irish Confederate regiment.