Question on nazi banner flag hooks...

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Question on nazi banner flag hooks...

Post by Flip5569k » 22 Mar 2020 21:37

Re submitting this I thought I had found the answer myself to my question but Id rather have a second opinion. I havent seen another flag with these 4 hooks on one end. Is this flag wartime period?


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Re: Question on nazi banner flag hooks...

Post by Mark in Cleveland, Tn. » 23 Mar 2020 04:44

Yeah, wartime I have had and have several with these clips, and a couple of mine are massive.got one NSDAP that is 15'x15' with clips like shown but much bigger.

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Re: Question on nazi banner flag hooks...

Post by Flip5569k » 23 Mar 2020 21:12

Mark in Cleveland, Tn. wrote:
23 Mar 2020 04:44
Yeah, wartime I have had and have several with these clips, and a couple of mine are massive.got one NSDAP that is 15'x15' with clips like shown but much bigger.
Oh ok good to know. Thanks for the info!

And wow 15'x15' that is a huge flag. Got any pics right off hand of it? I've always liked those large banner style flags.

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Re: Question on nazi banner flag hooks...

Post by Mark in Cleveland, Tn. » 23 Mar 2020 21:22

Therer are m,any even bi9gger, a 15'x15' really is not that massive compared to the TR stadium banners flags at Nuremburg, etc

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Re: Question on nazi banner flag hooks...

Post by Flip5569k » 23 Mar 2020 22:28

Ohh yea just checked them out, they are massive...my goodness.

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