What is the value of a 48-star flag?

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The value of a flag with 48 stars would range between a mere $2 and $200 depending on the age, design, size and condition. 48 star flags were used between 1912 and 1959, a period not so long ago and they are not commonly now days.
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It is hard to assess the value of a flag simply by knowing how many stars it contains. Many people feel that the value of the flag is in its patriotism or its emotional significance
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1. Raise a 48-star American flag on a flag pole. Raise the flag at sunrise and display it until sunset. Raise the flag briskly and lower it ceremoniously. 2. Hang the 48-star flag
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Abercrombie & Fitch likes to make fake background stories for their brands along with themes. My guess would be that they keep the flags the same as they were in 1957 when Hollister
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Unlikely to have any value at all or very little. Please read my source listed below. Also, you can do a search on E-BAY and I have had many old items appraised at this auction house
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