I was also offered this flag center by the same guy. I didn't purchase it because i was not really sure what I would do with it, and i was afraid i wouldn't have been able to get rid of it. Quite frankly, I think $60 could be spent on something better...
Also, i think political flags are a lot more attractive with the red background complete, it just doesn't really do much for me like this...
thanks for the advice finn, ill save up for something nicer, just anxious to get my collection rolling!!!
You could buy it as a reference to a future flag as they are not cheap and I can't see why this would be a repro and $60 is not a prohibitive ammount
You can find flags for a very low price so keep your money.
$60 would be alot to spend on a couple of pieces of material whizzed together on some guys mom's sewing machine, i'd pass...
I don't see any sewing on this one! I should have said this would have been a nice example to use as a comparison for a future buy. And where can you buy cheap national flags that are bonafied original? And one way to learn is to buy the lesser of articles if you have no access.
This is just my opinion and is one tip that has helped me greatly
Last edited by reneblacky; 10-27-2010 at 09:01 AM. Reason: added extra text
Well said Rene
thanx for the help