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#294 - George W. Bush Estimate: $3,000+

Flown over the US Capitol and presented by George W. Bush

Enormous heavy nylon American flag which flew over the US Capitol building during the presidency of George W. Bush, measuring 9´ 5″ x 4´ 11″, manufactured by Annin. President Bush presented this oversized flag to his personal valet, Samuel Sutton. In good to very good condition, with tears and fraying to the outer six inches of the edge. Accompanied by a letter of provenance signed by Sutton, who served as the president's personal valet in both the Bush and Obama administrations. A spectacular oversized flag which actually flew in Washington.




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