Hello, First, yes, I am still alive and collecting flags. I know it seems like forever since I have posted here, but I have started following the FOTW Facebook group. I may have also let my domain registration lapse, so my flag site went down with that ship. Anyway, I am still watching eBay like a hawk for great flag deals, and I recently acquired a flag lot (14 pieces), mainly of wool/cotton all-sewn construction. (That is where I have been focusing my efforts lately, sewn panel flags, as to me they represent a fading era of when there was a craftsmanship in flag making not just entering a flag number on a large format fabric printer. Anyway, this recent lot of international flags, I'd say the vast majority were made by Bunker Hill Flag of Cambridge, MA. I can't seem to find anything on that company, not for lack of trying, but I just can't seem to get the right search terms. Whatever I try, Google seems to think I want to know about the Bunker Hill Flag. Anyone have any information on Bunker Hill Flag Co, like dates of operation or any interesting tidbits? If I get energetic, I'll put the photos in a Flickr Set and follow up this post with the link. They are really well made flags, still mostly in good condition. (The white panels of course show the most aging) A couple months ago, I obtained another flag lot at a price that was so low I am almost embarassed, again sewn panel flags of various makes and materials. (A mix of Valley Forge, Annin, US Flag and Signal in that group) , maybe the most unique thing about those flags is in the header. Its a real heavy canvas header, but its not just a flat header, its like a double header, so you could also use it as a pole sleeve. On each end of the header is the expected leather tab, and two grommets, so you can get the halyard (or clips) through both layers of header. (I've got a pic of that as well), this probably wouldn't work well with the flag rings that have become common today in residential use.