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Luftwaffe Flak Regiment 7 was formed in Wolfenbüttel in 1935 from Army Flak Abteilung 6 and used the cover designation 'Fahr-Abteilung Wolfenbüttel'. In 1938 it was redesignated Flag Regiment 36, and fought in Poland and the eastern front. In 1941 it was attached to Flak Regiment General Göring. The trumpet banner is bright red with an embroidered Luftwaffe Eagle on one side and a hand embroidered dedication on the reverse, indicating that the banner was dedicated to the unit from the garrison city of Wolfenbüttel, and features the city shield, also embroidered. There are cloth ties which would have attached the banner to a fanfare trumpet, and metal fringe and tresse around the edges. The car pennant comes complete with its weatherproof celluloid and leather snap case, and the pennant is in minty condition, with a well detailed and executed Luftwaffe eagle embroidered on both sides, and the designation 'Flak Rgt. 7'. The celluloid cover is in excellent condition, and the car pennant is complete with its mounting brackets and internal framework. It's a beauty! The last piece is a collar or ring for a flagpole, with a wonderfully hand engraved early Luftwaffe eagle and dates and the unit designation. This would have slipped over the flagpole lower section, which after attachment to the upper part of the pole, would be in the center. It shows some patina to the silver finish, but no damage or other liabilities. A fantastic set that will enhance any Luftwaffe or Artillery display! Choice and quite rare to find as such a complete ensemble.

Flak Regiment 7 Trumpet Banner, Pennant and Silver Flag Ring Set#1703

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