Hang onto your hat for this tall tail: About 11-years-ago, my wife and I purchased an 1890 fixer upper that needed a complete renovation prior to moving in. We started tearing out the walls, down to the bare bones, and ran into a treasure trove of â€œturn-of-the-centuryâ€ items left behind by the original owner. The items consisted of over 150 bottles, newspapers, ceramic wheels, etc. Above one of the windows, hanging from the business end of a siding nail, was a rolled up piece of material. I took it down and unrolled it only to discover that it is a small 40 star flag (what I guess is considered a parade flag). My wife liked it so much that she had it mounted by a person certified to mount historical items. We have no idea of its value and donâ€™t know if it would deem having it appraised and put on the homeownerâ€™s insurance policy. Would anyone be able to help out with a value and/or where/how to have it appraised? We would appreciate any help!