Same guy as last post, this time showing his ad for the flags he was selling.
DAILY CHRONICLE & SENTINEL [AUGUSTA, GA], July 25, 1861, p. 2, c. 5
Having just received a supply of fine French material, I am prepared to furnish at short notice,
of all size, such as are used by Military Companies, as well as on house tops and poles,
Streamers, Revenue Flags, Pennants,
State Flags, Signals, Confederate
Jacks, and Flags of All Nations.
J. B. Platt,
jy4-d1m 214 Broad street, Augusta, Ga.
DAILY CHRONICLE & SENTINEL [AUGUSTA, GA], July 25, 1861, p. 3, c. 1
National Flag and Streamer.--Mr. J. B. Platt, the well known manufacturer of Confederate flags in this city, yesterday hoisted to the peak of the flag-staff on the front of Platt & Co's establishment, a beautiful streamer--the first one every thrown to the breeze in this city. This streamer, with the handsome banner below it, attracted a good deal of attention and admiration yesterday.