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United States Flag Horses (Page 1 of 2)



Image: 911 Tribute The American Flag horse was a recurring theme for carvers and painters of Carousel figures. Besides making a statement of enthusiasm and patriotism for the parks and patrons, many carousel creators were recent immigrants, proudly embracing their new country.

This section is dedicated to the memory of those of all nationalities who died and in honor and those who survived and serve in the aftermath of 9/11/2001.

Illions Flag horse Long Island
An M.C. Illions carving from
Hempstead Lake State Park,
Long Island, NY.
Muller Flag horse Daniel Muller carved stander with magnificent eagle is now in a private collection.
1926 Dentzel carousel at Six Flags Over Texas, Arlington Texas, known as the Silver Star Carousel.

One of the last carousels carved by the Dentzel factory. This style of Dentzel horse is fairly common on Dentzel carousels, but very few of this style have the US Flag
Dentzel Flag horse Texas
Herschell Spillman Balboa Park Balboa Park San Diego CA: 1910 Herschell Spillman menagerie carousel; two inner row jumping horses decorated with the U.S. Flag; not common for inner row horses which usually are fairly plain. Because of the unusual style forelocks, these horses are sometimes referred to as "unicorns"
Allen Herschell jumper on mixed 1910-1915 Herschell Spillman/Herschell carousel in City Park in Wheaton, MD (just outside Washington, DC). This carousel used to operate on the Mall in Washington DC in front of the Smithsonian Castle
Image: Wheaton, MD Flaghorse

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