[Nixon, Richard M.] Presidential and U.S. Flag From the Nixon Oval Office,
Both flags are 81 inches wide by 66 inches high. They hung in the Oval Office during President Nixon's administration. They were given by President Nixon to Jack Kennaley, who worked for Pepsi-Cola and handled the Pepsi contract for the White House during the administrations of nine Presidents: Franklin D. Roosevelt through Ronald Reagan. Kennaley was given many items by occupants of the White House. An 8 x 10 inch color photo of the flags hanging in the Oval Office accompanies the flags.
In addition to the U.S. flag, the flag of the President of the United States is exhibited in the Oval Office. It consists of the presidential coat of arms on a dark blue background and is often displayed by the President in official photos, flown next to the coffin of the President in official funeral processions, and flown on the President's motorcade.
The flags are housed in fiberglass frames. They are not on site but are located in a western state. The buyer is responsible for arranging pick up and delivery. This may be a unique opportunity to obtain such historic mementos from the Oval Office.
Estimated Value $10,000 - 20,000