Stars and Bars Confederate Civil War Flag
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The "Stars and Bars" was the first national flag of the Confederacy and first flew in Charleston in 1861. The number of stars shown varied from 7-15 depending on how many confederate states were represented on the flag at that time.
Two designers have claimed independently that they designed the first version of the flag, though popular opinion supports the claim of Alabaman Nicholas Marshal.
Size: 3' x 5'