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Pillowcase
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Pillowcase
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Pillowcase
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NAZI-ERA PATRIOTIC PILLOWCASE (Item FLAG 1-1)

DESCRIPTION: This dramatic-looking art piece sums up all the pomp and circumstance of the Hitler era and is tastefully executed, probably by a patriotic woman who thought, "The Thousand-year Reich" was her dream of the way things should be. Historically, she shows the old Reichsflagge next to the new Hakenkreutzfahne) with the German eagle in flight, which carries them into the Zukunft, "future." The embroidery work is extra fine and spectacular and it seems that every feathered effect is clearly brought out. The pictures supplied here fail to do justice to this wonderful objet d'art. The pillowcase itself measures 23 X 17 inches. The frame with glass measures 27 X 20 . This is a very historically important part of Kampfzeit, "time of struggle," history.

PRICE: $600

 

SS

SS

SS

SS

Bergen Unit Flag (Item FLAG 1-3; SS 13-2)

DESCRIPTION: Here is a real find. One of the house flags from the Bergen Division. We believe they were the Allgemeine forerunners of the famous Waffen- Hochland or -Oberbayern groups. The is a double-sided flag and is in marvelous condition throughout. Note in the pictures accompanying this entry the one from Thomas M. Johnson's new book, German War Booty. On page 74 he shows a grouping of what he calls an abundance of war booty from the estate of a Texas veteran. You can see there another Bergen flag that was looted at the end of the war. Although we now know of two in collections, they would still be considered quite rare and desirable to the advanced collector of material. This was a tough, crack, elite groups and the flag will be considered very historically important. It measures 53 x 38 inches-striking and pure!

PRICE: SOLD

 

Pillowcase

Pillowcase

Pillowcase

Large Party Banner (Item FLAG 1-4)

DESCRIPTION: This is the type of wall banner or building banner seen hanging everywhere (from lampposts, telegraph poles, draped from windows) in the Glory Days of the 3rd Reich. It is a large banner measuring 12 foot 5 inches long by 56 inches wide. It is marked 150x400. It is in near mint condition; the finest we have seen. It is a very dramatic looking banner that says it as it was! Very nice indeed!

PRICE: SOLD

 

Small Kreigsfahne

Small Kriegsfahne War Flag

 

Small Kriegsfahne War Flag

 

Small Kriegsfahne War Flag

 

Small Kriegsfahne War Flag

 

Small Kriegsfahne War Flag

 

Small Kriegsfahne War Flag
Small Kriegsfahne War Flag
Small Kriegsfahne War Flag

Small Kriegsfahne War Flag

 

Small Kriegsfahne War Flag

Reichs War Flag


Small Kreigsfahne or Reichs War Flag (Item FLAG 1-5 & KRIEG 9-1)
DESCRIPTION: This is an absolute gem of a flag in perfect shape with no moth holes, rips or tears. It is the perfect collectors dream small enough to show in any collection room yet large enough to be a dramatic addition to the best of collections. Measures 31 x 24 (60 x 90mm). It has the words Reichskreigs-fahne on the edging. This has the full staff rope intact. It probably was a “Schnellboot” flag. A PT boat-type ship, Schnellboot, is a German word for ‘fast-boat’ They don’t come better than this one. Don’t hesitate -- it won’t last long on our pages.

PRICE: SOLD

 

Double Sided NS Party Banner
A Standard N.S. Party Banner (Double-Sided) (Item FLAG 1-6)
DESCRIPTION: Here is the “Hakenkreuzfahne” Swastika banner, 100% original and in good shape. No apparent holes (moth or otherwise), white circle on both sides with mobile swastika on both sides. 75 inches long x 27 inches wide.Some small stains running along the doubled over edge from being tacked originally to a pole. It was probably suspended vertically from a pole at one time. It is a good specimen of the National flag of the Third Reich. 100% cotton and nice!

PRICE: SOLD

 

S-Boat War Flag

S-Boat War Flag
Slight damage
S-Boat War Flag
S-Boat War Flag
S-Boat War Flag
S-Boat War Flag
Reichskreigsflagge, War Flag
Schnellboot Size “S-Boat”
(Item FLAG 1-7)
DESCRIPTION: This is a 3' x 18" Kreigsfahne for the German Schnellboot (S Boat) -- the equivalent of our PT boat. For a description of the use of war flags go to Kreig 2-5. This was the smallest of the Kreigsfahne. This is constructed in cotton and the colors are still vivid. The white bunting at the right edge has cut away slightly when the flag was torn away from the pole of the captured boat by a British sailor. Other than that, the flag is in fine condition.

PRICE: SOLD

 

Freikorps Werwolf Flag
Freikorps Werwolf Flag

Freikorps Werwolf Flag
Freikorps Werwolf Flag
Freikorps Werwolf Flag
Freikorps Werwolf Flag
Freikorps Werwolf Flag
With NS period streamer
Freikorps Werwolf Flag
Other side of NS period streamer
Freikorps Werwolf Flag
NS period streamer attachment
Freikorps Werwolf Flag
The attachment streamer
Freikorps Werwolf Flag
Freikorps Werwolf Flag
Freikorps Werwolf Flag
Freikorps Werwolf Flag
The flag pole
Freikorps Werwolf Flag
A hero of the Freikorps
Freikorps Werwolf Flag
The Freikorps
Freikorps Werwolf Flag
The Enemy
Freikorps Werwolf Flag
The Enemy
Freikorps Werwolf Flag
Pint size Red
Freikorps Werwolf Flag
Freikorps soldier
Freikorps Werwolf Flag
Freikorps recruiting
Freikorps Werwolf Flag
Recruiting
Freikorps Werwolf Flag
Werwolf Armband
Freikorps Werwolf Flag
Werwolf cuffband
Freikorps Werwolf Flag
Red demonstration
Freikorps Werwolf Flag
Reds on Brandenberg Gate
Freitag Flag Pole
Flagpole
Flagpole
Freitag Flag Pole
Freitag Flag Pole
Freitag Flag Pole
Freitag Flag Pole
Freitag Flag Pole
Freitag Flag Pole
Freitag Flag Pole
Freitag Flag Pole
Freitag Flag Pole
Freitag Flag Pole
Freitag Flag Pole
Freitag Flag Pole
Freitag Flag Pole
Freitag Flag Pole
Freitag Flag Pole
Freitag Flag Pole
Freitag Flag Pole
Freitag Flag Pole
Freitag Flag Pole
Freitag Flag Pole
Freitag Flag Pole
Freitag Flag Pole
Freitag Flag Pole
Freikorps Flag
Werwolf Vets march with the other veterans
Freikorps Werwolf Flag
The carry bandolier
Freikorps Werwolf Flag
Freikorps to the Front
Freikorps Werwolf Flag

The Ultimate Freikorps Flag
 “The Werwolf Ensign” (Item FLAG 1-8 & FREI 1-10)

DESCRIPTION: This, in our estimation, is the most rare, exotic, historically important Germanic flag ever to be found. We are also convinced that this is a unique one of a kind item! The Werwolf  (in English "werewolf") were a small elite group of tough Freikorp fighters who were a part of the Heydebreck Freikorps. Hans Otto Von Heydebreck, who was called Peter Von Heydebrecht, born 30 June 1889, was a German Freikorps leader, and later a member of the Reichstag and a dedicated National Socialist. During the Red Revolution of November 1918, he founded the counter revolutionary Freikorps named after him. During the Third Silesian uprising in 1921, his troops were foremost in the re-conquest of the “low mountain” at the center of the Battle of Annaberg, gaining Von Heydebreck the epithet of “The Hero of the Annaberg.” This action was the great battle against the Poles in Oberschlesien. He wrote a book of his experiences named “We Werwolves.” This to us confirms that Werwolf was indeed part of Freikorps Heyderbreck. Information has come to us that this separate branch was officially founded in Halle in 1923 in much the same way that the SA formed the nucleus of the SS. The Werwolf emerged as the elite of the Freikorps. Some say that the Wehrbund Der Frontsoldaten was renamed the Werwolf. 

Background on the name is as follows: Werwolf is a term equivalent to the English werewolf. This would describe man into wolf or “Lycanthrope.” In a novel by that title written by Hermann Loens, there is a romanticized tale of Germanic partisans “Werewolves” in Northern Germany in the 1600’s. In the Hitler youth organization, the term Werwolf comes up repeatedly because it implies mystic properties in combative furor against Germanys enemies. It is historically noted that there was an attempt at the end of the war to call for all-out partisan anti-Allies and anti-“Volksverator” actions. Unfortunately, it never got anywhere. The German people were exhausted but had they any knowledge of what the Allies had in store for them and their leaders, things would have been quite different.  

The actions of the Werwolf Freikops in the 1920’s and early 30’s did however succeed in instilling justified fear in the hearts of their foes. Many corpses were dumped into landfills as the Werwolves plied their trade! I once had an old man who was a former Freikorp member of the Oberland Unit who worked as a carpenter for me. He said that it got so wearisome shooting those Reds and Spartacus revolutionists all day long up against the wall that his trigger finger got sore and his arm got tired from pulling the bolt handle repeatedly referring to the many hours spent as they executed these Communist terrorists. “Good work if you can get it!” The symbol of the Werwolf was the big red ‘W’ and the leering skull along with the Iron Cross. That along with a swastika was worn by so many of these tough fighters. Due to the combat experience of WWI they had absolutely no compunction about the effective dispatching of Germany’s enemies. It is of little wonder that the loyal HJ members, under the leadership of Obergruppenfuhrer Adolf Pruzmann, chose the name Werwolf for their clandestine guerrilla movement at the end of the Second World War.

The flag grouping includes the flag itself, the original pole that comes apart for storage, the finial or flag pole top, the leather carry strap used by the flag bearer when assigned to carry the proud flag of the "Verband" and incredibly 15 plaques that commemorate every parade and ceremonial exercise that the unit took part in. All of those plaques are permanently affixed to a half tubular brass fixture that attaches to the flag pole. It is attached to the bottom-most portion so that it shows up when the flag is set into a stand for display. These plaques are also very rare and collectable; bringing high prices at German military shows. Some are silver and some brass; each has the names of the various units that Werwolf marched with, many of them supplied Freikorp fighters in the past to Werwolf. Many of the plaques are wonderfully artistically good - some featuring iron crosses, an eagle helmet, etc. Again nothing from the early noble struggles has ever shown up that could compare in importance to this flag!

We cannot stress how prodigiously important this ensign truly is. Robert G. L. Waite wrote a book named “Vanguard of Nazism - The Free Corps Movement in Post War Germany 1918-1923."  The author keenly illustrated the pertinent facts that point out that not only did many of the Freikorps fighters go directly into the National Socialist party in several functions but the very essence of what the Freebooters were doing became the agenda of the anti-Communist Nazis. The spirit of the Freikorps, especially that of  the Werwolves, pervaded the early NSDAP and SA factions. The Skull, as seen on our Freikorps flag, was carried over to the  banners and flags of the SA Totenkopf brigade which was one of the earliest factions of the Strumabteliung. They were the units that even before the SS leibgarde were responsible for keeping order at NSDAP meetings and even breaking a few communist heads when the need arose. Notice in our attached picture this elite unit on the march. (This picture comes from Das Buch der NSDAP.)

Truly, it was the Spirit of the “Werwolf” and its black flag and skull that eventually passed on to the Schultzstaffel - The (SS). When in 1923, the Werwolf had disbanded as an actual combat unit engaged in battle, it became the veterans group named “Werwolf-bund Deutschen Manner und Frontkrieger” (Werewolf Organization of German Men and Front Line Soldiers).  As in the days of the Great War and the combat against Poles, bandits, Reds and Sparticists, this group still represented patriotism, honor, and ferocity against Germany’s foes even though most of them now wore the brown shirts of the SA. We can imagine no flag that can be more historically important than this one. It reminds us of Marshal Blucher’s flag that he raised at Waterloo when he proclaimed “Raise high the Black Flag my children - I will kill the first man who shows pity!”    

PRICE: SOLD

 

Small NS Banner
A Small Original N.S.Banner (Item FLAG 1-9 & GEN 14-8))

DESCRIPTION: This is just as nice as they come and it is in very good condition, save for one small dime sized hole that you can see in the picture at about 7:00 outside the white circle. The banner is single sided and the white field and swastika is printed not sewn. The size is 30" x 50" and it has the bunting edge and fastening loops. This is the general purpose banner that had several purposes. The main one being that it is used to decorate a speaker’s podium but also to fly from a house window to show solidarity with the N.S. Party agendas. Banners like this are also to be seen in pictures of military vehicles of the Wehrmacht to identify them for German flyers so as to not be hit by friendly fire.

PRICE: SOLD

 

DAF Flag

DAF Flag
DAF Flag
Holes
DAF Flag
Holes
DAF Flag
Holes
DAF Flag (Double-Sided) Very Reasonably Priced (Item FLAG 1-10 & RAD 4-25-A)

DESCRIPTION: Here is the affordable N.S. flag for the museum or collector who doesn't wan to lay out the big bucks that Nazi flags are presently bringing. First of all, do understand that this is an authentic flag of the Third Reich. It is a factory flag used by the DAF (Deutsche Arbeits Front), the replacement for labor unions and better than these gangster-ridden organizations that often are just that. Under National Socialism, the worker was "king." Seldom was there any labor disputes that could not be solved by the DAF units in German industry. The DAF was the worker's friend! This banner is double-sided and big (about 10 feet long). It has the brass fastening devices. The picture shown is ok but the flag is partly folded over the iron gate, so it's bigger than it looks. It has quite a few holes, but museums are not bothered by that. Authenticity is the issue and this is 100% authentic. As we said, it's reasonable...even cheap! Grab it because it won't last long.

PRICE: SOLD

 

DAF Banner

DAF Banner
Backside
DAF Banner
DAF Banner
Damage area
DAF Banner (Double-Sided) (Item FLAG 1-11 & RAD 4-25-B)

DESCRIPTION: This is a pretty nice banner from the Deutsches Arbeits Front, the NS labor organization that replaced labor unions in the Third Reich. This banner is double-sided with the center cogged whell and swastika separately sewn onto the red field. It is large (9' 4" long). It has a few holes but the colors are bright and it is very dramatic looking. Yes, it has a hole or so, but it is 100% authentic. Museums are not at all concerned about holes. Their concern is originality and this one is very authentic as all the flages offered by Germania are. We offer it at a very good price that won't shock your billfold. For an explanation of the DAF, go to Google and there will be several descriptions of the German Labor Movement in the Third Reich. There might even be one of two that look at it objectively???? The DAF was one of the most important units of the whole Third Reich apparatus.

PRICE: SOLD

 

 

Nazi Party

Nazi Party

Nazi Party

Nazi Party

Nazi Party

Nazi Party

Nazi Party

Nazi Party

Nazi Party

Nazi Party

Nazi Party

Nazi Party

Nazi Party

Nazi Party

Nazi Party

Nazi Party

Nazi Party

Nazi Party

Nazi Party

Nazi Party

Nazi Party

Nazi Party

Nazi Party

National Socialist Veterans’ Standard (Item FLAG 1-13 & NSD 13-3 & VETS 1-18)

DESCRIPTION: This is the greatest veterans’ standard that we have ever laid eyes on and we have seen many hundreds of them. This one is colorful, dramatic, in wonderful condition, and very ‘NS.’ We have also never seen a vets’ standard with eagle and swastika; can’t say enough about this piece. The embroidery, the golden fringe, the wonderful design, the heading at the top reads: “Kameradschaft ehem. 65 er des Saargebietes.” In the middle is the gorgeous eagle with the mobile swastika behind. The eagle perches on a bayonet from which hangs an Iron Cross and portepee in the national colors. Below this the legend: “Sitz. Illingen. In the four corners are oak-leaf clusters. On the other side there is a picture of a cathedral. The design is similar to the actual regimental standards used by the active regiments in the German Imperial Army. The Prussian crown surmounts the central cathedral design. Projecting out from the central motif are four areas containing crowned battle honors surrounded by wreaths that contain the four battles in which this regiment distinguished itself: Marne, Somme, Cambrai, Champagne; all hard-fought battles that this unit bravely participated in. This standard with these names was considered sacrosanct and was only paraded on Veterans Day. Also seen are three flaming grenades that usually denote grenadiers. The embroidery in the cathedral and the eagle is astounding. The good brocade is fantastic. The fine gold brocade fringe on three sides is in perfect condition with none missing. The flag measures 42 inches square and the fourth side has all the brass rings for attachments to the flagpole. This is the ultimate veterans’ standard of all time. None better!

PRICE: SOLD

 

Large Nazi Flag
Large Nazi Flag

Large Nazi Flag
Large Nazi Flag
GI's with flag
Large Nazi Flag (Item FLAG 1-14)

DESCRIPTION: Here is a huge NS flag captured (looted) by 101st Airborne troops in 1945. They grabbed every Nazi flag they could find and you can see a bunch of them in a picture given to us by the vet’s son where we bought the flag from his widowed mother. The flag is 12 foot by 58 inches; probably hung from a 2nd or 3rd story window or from a roof top. They were hung to show solidarity with the ideals of the NS Party. Nice condition. 

PRICE: $450.00

 

Sudenten German Youth Banner

Sudenten German Youth Banner
Sudenten German Youth Banner
Sudenten German Youth Banner

The Banner of the Sudeten German  Youth "Czechoslovakia (Item FLAG 1-15 & YOUTH 8-10)

DESCRIPTION: The Hitler Youth had its own units in the protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia and the membership was open only to German or Volksdeutsche youngsters. In May, 1942, however, it was decided by the Liberation authority in collaboration with the protectorates cooperative government that a similar organization under the General supervision of the Hitler Youth, a Kuratorium fur Jugenderziehung in Bohmen und Moravia (Curatorship for Youth training in Bohemia and Moravia) was established in which Czech boys and girls between the ages of ten and 21 were required to belong. Membership figures as quoted by an official source in 1944 were in excess of 300,000. Officers and older boys wore brassards with the Wenzel-Adler which has the heraldic shield of Bohemia (left) and Moravia (right) on its outstretched wings. The uniform of the DJ (Deutsche Jugend) was essentially the same except for the fact that the runic (S) was issued instead of the HJ diamond. The DJ was the younger lads not old enough to join the ranks of the Hitler Youth. Boys in the 10 to 16 years of age were in the Deutsche Jugend . The flags of the youth groups contained the Wenzil Adler but without the Bohemia and Moravia shields. The Reichsprotector of Bohemia and Moravia, SS Gruppenfuhrer Heydrich, was featured in K.H. Frank's records as having provided the ideological essay of the Wenzels tradition. This revealed how he dealt with the historical foundations for his task in Bohemia and Moravia and how he endeavored to show the Czech people their constructive path in the “Greater Germanic Reich” in light of their own history. Heydrich was murdered by the British High Command not because he was an enemy of the Czech people, but because he was a friend to them. He brought culture, industry, art, music and refinement to the Czech nation and the Brits couldn’t let this state of affairs exist. Authors of recent dispassionate, objective books have admitted this. The Czechs, except for the Communists and other enemies of the Reich, appreciated the efforts of Heydrich and the Germans but after the war, many of the same people engaged in horrible terror against the Germanic people who had lived there for centuries. The bloodbath was unbelievable there is much on the internet about this- - almost too sickening to read. The flag is super-rare because every vestige of the German liberation was destroyed either by the Sudeten Germans themselves in fear for their lives or by the Reds who took over in 1945.   Seldom if ever is anything soon from the era ever found -- so complete was the devastation and virulent hate. The flag is in very  fine condition with the “Wenzel Eagle” in its center  The historical significance of “Wenzel” goes back to Duke Wenzel who was revered as a national hero and saint in Bohemia and actually throughout the world. For instance, in England his memory has been handed down  as Good King Wenceslas though the Christmas carol written by John Neale in the 1800’s. It was in 929 when King Heinrich of Germany, anxious to extend and secure his power, came marching into Bohemia and pitched his camp before Prague. A meeting of the minds and an accord was reached because Duke Wenzel was a Germanophile of sorts and had no wish to subject his land to a siege which could end in defeat and misery. Thus he secured an alliance with Germany. Later he was murdered by his own people who resented his non-resistance to the Saxon King. Obviously, the youth movement took his name and his eagle to be their symbol of a later alliance with Deutschland. An obvious repeat of events of 925. The flag measures 56" x 38" and has the imbedded rope attachment at the end. In the left corner is a blue shield separately sewn on with the (S) rune of the Jungvolk. It is on both sides of the banner and measures about 7" high and 6" wide. We feel that this is an official flag of the Czech National Socialist Youth of Bohemia and Moravia.  Extremely rare and greatly desirable.

PRICE: $1,800.00

 

Hitler Youth

Hitler Youth

Hitler Youth

Hitler Youth

Hitler Youth Unit Flag (Item FLAG 1-16 & YOUTH 6-2)

DESCRIPTION: Here in absolutely great condition is a Hitler Youth unit flag that even has five of the circular attachment rings included. The rings are ‘RZM’ marked. This is in every way a superior offering. This is a Scharfahne and they are extremely rare with unit patch in the upper-left-hand corner. This is from Unit 3, Section 382 of the Hitler Youth. They don’t come better. It measures 95 x 45 inches.

PRICE: SOLD

 

Labor and Worker Front

Labor and Worker Front

Labor and Worker Front

Labor and Worker Front

Labor and Worker Front

Labor and Worker Front

Labor and Worker Front

Labor and Worker Front

Labor and Worker Front

Labor and Worker Front

Labor and Worker Front

Labor and Worker Front

RADwJ House and Office Flag (Item FLAG 1-17 & RAD 5-17)

DESCRIPTION: This is the official flag of the Deutscher Frauenarbeitsdienst, the German Woman’s Labor Service. This organization was established under the auspices of the NS Fraunschaft (National Socialist Woman’s Organization). In June 1935 a law was enacted to make labor service compulsory and in 1936 the Deutsche Frauenarbeitsdienst was separated from the NS Frauenschaft and became the RADwJ (National Labor Service for Female Youth). This is a massive approximately 47 x 80-inch single-sided-constructed printed cotton flag. The original rope loop ties are still there for mounting. The flag is in very nice condition with no apparent holes or mothing. It has the original heavy bunting along the edges. This is a rare and desirable item of great NS importance.

PRICE: SOLD

 

Labor and Worker Front

Labor and Worker Front

Labor and Worker Front

Labor and Worker Front

Labor and Worker Front

Labor and Worker Front

Labor and Worker Front

 Labor Corps Standarte (Item FLAG 1-18 & RAD 4-20)

DESCRIPTION: This is a high-occasion standard of the RAD (Reichs Arbeit Dienste; Reich’s Labor Service). Several pieces compose this beautiful item. Presently it has an old 1940’s frame that it is mounted on. The veneer is chipping off and we suggest that if you buy it that this frame be scrapped and the standard be sent alone for the sake of postal efficiently and cost savings; however. we’ll ship intact if that is your desire. The size is about 45 inches x 48 inches. It is a very nice wall hanging. The name of a medieval knight of Germanic history is seen in the patch at the left-top corner. Most labor battalions were so named silver fringe is in good condition a very dramatic showpiece, indeed!

PRICE: SOLD

 

Labor and Worker Front

Labor and Worker Front

Labor and Worker Front

Deutsches Arbeit Front Flag (Item FLAG 1-19 & RAD 4-25)

DESCRIPTION: This is an Ehrenfahne (honor flag) of the German Workers’ Organization, the DAF. This was the organization organized by Dr. Robert Ley after the Hitler government abolished all trade unions throughout Germany. The purpose of the DAF was to ensure the political stability and trouble-free running of German industry and commerce. The organization was welcomed by the greater percentage of the German workers because it gave them the opportunity to not just work and toil, but to be uniformed participants in a program that was rewarding both in enthusiastic pageantry and culture. Many ceremonies embracing patriotism and love of fatherland were held throughout the year. The programs helped the solidarity and comradeship between management and the workers (Kameradschaft). It made them N.S. equals as they worked for the greater German Reich. This is an actual flag and has the reinforced edging to receive the flagpole. The patch with “Rosenheim 1” in the corner indicates the section of the DAF where this group was centered—Rosenheim. This city was and is known for its huge beer brewery making the world-famous AuerBräu. In 1940, most of the workers at the brewery were drawn into the war service--industrial or military. In 1945, the allied air attacks destroyed most of the town and brewery, but it was rebuilt by management and coworkers all having belonged to the DAF where they learned such cooperation for the good of the nation and Volk! Hermann Göring was born in Rosenheim. The city was loyal and steadfast in their support of the NSDAP. The flag is 55 x 48 inches and is in immaculate condition. This is one beautiful Third Reich flag. It’s double-sided with silver fringe. Very nice!

PRICE: SOLD

 

Long NS Flag
Long NS Flag

Long NS Flag
Long NS Flag
Long NS Flag
Long NS Flag
The Brandenburg Gate
Long NS Flag
Long NS Flag
Long NS Flag
Long NS Flag
Long NS Flag
Long NS Flag
Long NS Flag (FLAG 1-20)

DESCRIPTION: This is a double-sided long flag of the type that hung from a horizontal pole usually in a position whereby the face of it could be seen from both sides; for example, the flags that hung from the Brandenberg gate during victory parades of the SA-SS or the Wehrmacht. Nice condition and measures 171 inches by 60 inches.  It has a reinforced pole reception edge that the rod or pole fits into.

PRICE: $425.00

 

Large NS Podium Banner
(Please ignore shadows from trees)
Large NS Podium Banner
National Socialist Podium Banner (Item FLAG 1-21)

DESCRIPTION: This is a great and important banner of the type used by speakers at N.S. functions, measuring 38 x 28 inches counting the white fringe at the bottom. It has a white bezel border all about. This is always indicative of the podium banners of the Party. It has as double reinforced sewn top fold that enables a rod to be put through to hand it from the podium. Used generally by the SA or Political Leader corps, Paul Joseph Goebbels was photographed behind such a swastika decorated podium as he spoke at rallies in pre-1933 Berlin. This is a classic N.S. Banner of the most desirable size that is usually best for display in a WW II collection.

PRICE: SOLD

 

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