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German Flags on Tin Squares

Article about: painted with decals applied,squares are 13"x13" and the triangular one is 13"x 15",this is the only one that is double sided...any thoughts,opinions,guesses???,,,,my vote

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    Default German Flags on Tin Squares

    painted with decals applied,squares are 13"x13" and the triangular one is 13"x 15",this is the only one that is double sided...any thoughts,opinions,guesses???,,,,my vote is post WW II done,,these belong to a friend who inherited them from his WW II vet Uncle,who he claims had them for over 30 years...
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    Default Re: German Flags on Tin Squares

    Hi MM

    I wouldnt jump to the "post war" conclusion quite so fast mate.
    I am willing to stand corrected as usual, BUT, to me, they look very much like the pennants used on some senior staff vehicles.

    Regards etc

    Ian D

    AKA: Jimpy

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    Like you said, definitely post WWII. It's on galvanized metal which won't hold paint, even with primer. There's no way they would have intentionally painted galvanized signs during TR.

    Take care,
    Jay

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    Default Re: German Flags on Tin Squares

    Quote by sitges1990 View Post
    Like you said, definitely post WWII. It's on galvanized metal which won't hold paint, even with primer. There's no way they would have intentionally painted galvanized signs during TR.

    Take care,
    Jay

    Hi Jay

    If thats the case, then I willingly stand corrected. Thanks mate.

    Regards etc

    Ian D

    AKA: Jimpy

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    Default Re: German Flags on Tin Squares

    My vote is post war too.

    Cheers, Ade.

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