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    Hello guys ,Heres my flagpole top to have a look at ,i posted it on the forum sometime ago but car,nt find any info or pics about it .Paul a
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    Hello guys ,Heres my flagpole top to have a look at ,i posted it on the forum sometime ago but car,nt find any info or pics about it .Paul a
    Hello Paul

    seems Austro-Hungarian to me, but I'm no expert.

    Jean

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    Hello Jean .At first i thought it was something along those lines but people seem to think its polish i,m none the wiser ,hope someone can help.Paul

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    Definitely Polish !

    Gary J.

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    I believe it is Polish also. I wish Ade was around, he is very good with these.

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    Thanks guys

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    Chiming in late to say that it definitely appears to be a Polish national eagle with a design reminiscent of the earlier 2nd Republic pattern. Nice item Paul, and thanks for sharing this with with us.

    Regards,
    Tony

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    Agreed its Polish, Tony`s right about it being from the 2nd RP.

    Ill try looking around to see if I have any photos of these ontop of flag poles.

    Nice piece

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    Thanks again,Iwill have to look on the net see if i can get some pics of it in use .Paul

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    Agreed its Polish, Tony`s right about it being from the 2nd RP.
    Hi Emil,

    I am not actually saying that it is from the IIRP period, only that it bears some resemblance to the early IIRP pattern national eagle. But it may very well date from that period, although I do not know.

    It also has some resemblance to this eagle which is supposedly of US production and was used by US based patriotic associations located in the mid west eastern states around WW1.

    Regards,
    Tony
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