Thanks for the replies. I'll try to attach some pictures as soon as I can. I'm an over-the-hill computer illiterate so please bear with me. The Guidon I have is of good quality...watered silk, heavy embroidery. No manufacturers tag is present and there never seems to have been one. I note with interest your reference to repros. Maybe this is one of them. I acquired the guidon from the estate of Frank Ryder who I'm sure is well known to you fellas, especially if you are from Alabama. The 94th guidon I have is sure not in the same class as the 1st A.S. Guidon but it is a neat even if it is a repro. Photos to follow.
All the best...Vince
No problem on the computer skills...I think you and Major Morris (Terry) may have something in common in that area (sorry Major ). Anyhow, when you are ready to post, please start a new thread so that we can have each guidon in their own respective threads (just makes it easier for searches).
If you have any difficulty, please feel free to PM or e-mail me and I will gladly help you if needed.
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There is no mfg tag nor stamp. At the top opening of the sleeve there is only a 4 x 1/2 inch strip of dark brown leather sewn inside the sleeve that has a 1 1/2 inch slit to hook the guidon to the flag staff. When I finally am able to send photos, I'll try to detail what I'm trying to describe.