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Nazi Flag help please

Article about: Hello all was wondering if i could have some help again please? was wanting to know what type of flag it is and if it is real or fake please? thank you Regards James

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    Hello all
    was wondering if i could have some help again please? was wanting to know what type of flag it is and if it is real or fake please?
    thank you
    Regards
    James

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    Looks good. It is your standard German patriotic flag of the era and could have been used for most anything-from hanging in a private home to an office wall. No way to tell. Would be like looking at a 48 star US flag-it could be anything. No way to tell.
    William

    "Much that once was, is lost. For none now live who remember it."

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    What would be a fair price? He has $225 on it is that fair with the moth hole damage?

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    Such a flag is quite common. The price should be mote in the $75 range and no higher, considering it's damaged.
    William

    "Much that once was, is lost. For none now live who remember it."

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    The price he is asking is high, but the smaller flags sometimes seem dearer because they are more desirable display wise

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    Ah and I see you are here in Australia, where everything is dearer!

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    sorry its meant to say $225 lol missed the 2's but i will make him a offer, everything is dearer over here i know a guy who goes to Germany and he gets me medals etc which are a lot cheaper than buying from over here i paid $35 for the mothers cross of him i went into a dealer and he said $250 the prices over here are disgusting really but thanks anyway guys for your help much appreciated

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    A guy could get rich quick, selling war memorabilia in OZ,it looks!
    William

    "Much that once was, is lost. For none now live who remember it."

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    I think we are paying European prices, plus postage added.....so if someone buys say a flag for 100, can cost up to 90 to have it posted, then when they try to sell it here, they ask for what they paid all up, plus a bit more

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    Looks like it hangs like my Balcony banner. Like was stated before they are quite common. I payed 30.00 USD back in 1985 for mine from the veteran that brought it home. It is too big for me to display. So I have it rolled up in a storage tube.

    John
    I specialize in M1 carbines and Lugers.

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    Looks original to me,but a crazy price!!!!

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