SOLD! for $116.00.
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1ST ITEM: World War II era service flag, red field with white canton having 38 stars. 2 stars are cut and embroidered. Different color, size and shape of stars suggests some were added over a period of time. Service flags were hung to indicate the number of family members fighting in the war; the large number of stars on this flag suggests it may have been made for an American business rather than a home. Approximately 3' x 5'. 2ND ITEM: Wool pennant flag with insignia of powder horn, bugle and flaming torch surrounded by thirteen stars, possibly an Armed Forces Reserve pennant. Machine stitching. Approximately 6' long. Provenance: Estate of A. Welling LaGrone, Jr., Nashville, Tenn. Condition: 1ST ITEM: Overall very good condition with some staining to center. 2ND ITEM: Some scattered moth damage with toning and stains to center design.