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GWL-0042 WWII German Nazi party banner (homemade)

This item is listed for historical interest only. It is not for sale.
Item #19434

This banner is unique as the red field is made from a polished cotton material and appears that the rest of the flag was made on a limited budget.  The banner is approximately 51" long by 33".  The overall condition of the banner is good with scattered pin holes at both ends where it appears it was hung.  The only noticeable damage is a small approximate 1/2" long cut in the red next to the white field.  It does not detract overall and you have to look for it to really see it.  The white fields on both sides are really unique.  One side has a painted swastika which was not well done and looks as though the mistake was attempted to be corrected as there are areas of white paint that were applied to what appears to be black paint drips and the black paint from the swastika bleeding into the white.  The swastika has correct proportions.  The opposite side looks like the person decided that they were better at sewing than painting however the legs of the swastika is a bit skinny.  Additionally the material used to make the composite sewn swastika appears to be the back side of suit material as you can tell the opposite side has a pattern printed to it.  Keep in mind that not all of these banners were made by the nazi government.  The vast majority of these smaller banners were made at home in order to comply with local or state orders or to prove that you did not want to be on the outside of the supporters of the current government.  A very interesting banner if you do not mind a little bit of eccentricity to the making of this flag. 

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