Hello - My family has had, as long as I can remember, some Civil War era artifacts from family members who fought for the North. . .among them, a 11 star, 3 stripe flag with my family member's name in the corner, which I am now guessing is a captured Confederate flag. I am interested in having someone value it and conserve it (as well as the other artifacts, which include commissioning papers and a journal). Who would you recommend I look to for advice (I am in Atlanta)? Any thoughts or guesses as to the value of the flag? What it would cost to conserve? I will have pictures posted below shortly. . .they are not fabulous quality, but I don't want to pull it out again to take better ones until I know what I am doing. Just assume it is unlikely to be a fake - the material is thin and has some holes, but is not falling apart. . .but I still don't want to mess with it too much. I have enough stuff from these same 1860-era family members - and I am certain of who they are - to feel confident it is all the real deal. Thanks in advance!