EDWARD MORAN LITHOGRAPHS
FIRST RECOGNITION OF THE
AMERICAN FLAG BY A
FOREIGN GOVERNMENT

ITEM# SLFRAF-1
EDWARD MORAN ANTIQUE LITHOGRAPH
THE FIRST RECOGNITION OF THE AMERICAN FLAG
BY A FOREIGN GOVERNMENT
ORIGINAL COPY # 5 !!!

 


An antique lithograph, made in the old style, from the original artwork of
EDWARD MORAN
of the First Recognition of The American Flag by a Foreign Government,
February 14th, 1778 in Quiberon Bay, France.
Depicting the U.S. Naval Continental Ship
"RANGER"
commanded by John Paul Jones.
This is a first run lithograph, COPY #5
VERY RARE !!!
published in 1898 by the permission of
THEODORE SUTRE
in its original frame under glass.

THIS ITEM HAS BEEN PART OF GREAT SOUTH BAY'S
MUSEUM COLLECTION FOR OVER 10 YEARS & IS NOW
AVAILABLE FOR SALE

The original art of Edward Moran is on display at
The U.S. Naval Academy Museum in Annapolis, MD

For additional information on this litho & a brief history
of John Paul Jones please click the link below to view this item
in our "SHIPS GRAVEYARD MUSEUM"
"ITEM # GM-7"

16" Long x 9 1/2" High
Signed in litho style "Edward Moran"
Copyright 1898
"SOLD"

ITEM # SLFRAF-2
1970 REPRINT OF EDWARD MORAN'S
FIRST RECOGNITION OF THE AMERICAN FLAG
BY A FOREIGN GOVERNMENT

A 1970 lithograph reprint , with caption, made by the
U.S. NAVAL HISTORY DIVISION
DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY, WASHINGTON DC
of Edward Moran's
First recognition of the American Flag by a Foreign Government
A very nice reprint , in excellent condition, unframed
20 1/4" long x 16" high
99.00

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