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WWII NSDAP Party Flag

Discussion in 'Other Militaria' started by jjgarcia, Mar 9, 2010.

  1. jjgarcia

    jjgarcia Member

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    I recently inherited this from my late grandfather. He was in the US 6th Armored Division in WWII and took this off a dead German soldier when the war was over. There is what he believed as a blood stain on it from the German. From looking on the internet, I believe it's a German NSDAP Party Flag. Without exactly measuring, I believe it's roughly 9 in. x 14 in. Any details, history, value, etc. would be greatly appreciated.

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    Joe
     

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  2. Kruska

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    Carl, Carl, CARL!, Carl!!, Carl!!,Carl!!!
    The "lesser Period" it's your call :D

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    Kruska
     
  3. C.Evans

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    Lesser Period indeed :lol: Beats Imperial anyday--OWCH!! :lol: :lol:

    This is one of those mini flags most likely used at Parades and such. As for a value on this one? possibly about $100? give or take a few $$$ I have one banner myself and only because its a very early one also with hand-sewn circles. Mine is dated either 1923 or 1925? Hard to tell because the date os so faded you cannot se it if pics taken. Anyway, yous is a nice piece and i'd say along with the bit of history you can give it and that it has hand-sewn circles-that yours is an earlier piece and probably mid to late 1930s manufacture.
     
  4. jjgarcia

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    Thanks for the help!
     
  5. C.Evans

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    Hi JJ, glad to try helping and thanks for sharing that piece of history that Ange so lovingly claims is from the Lesser Period. ;-))
     

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