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The Studentenweltspiele was the first International Students' Competition held at the famous Vienna stadium after the Anschluss in 1938. This was a large scale world wide Olympic style event and took place 2 weeks before the beginning of the second world war. The trumpet banner would have been used during the opening ceremonies, closing ceremonies, and award celebrations. The banner is double sided, both sides superbly hand embroidered in bullion and silk on black. The embroidery features an eagle holding a Studetenbund style diamond and swastika, and the wording 'Studentenweltspiele 1939 Wien". The edges are finished with bullion fringe, and there are 4 ties at the top edge for attaching to a fanfare trumpet. The condition is excellent, the only liability being some soiling and rubbing to the breast and wing of the eagle on one side. I would think it could be cleaned up by a conservator, but the soiling is not so distracting and since only one side can be viewed at once, and both are the same, it's not a major issue with a rare and unique piece. I've not seen another trumpet banner from the 1939 Weltspiele, and it's doubtful that more than 10 or 20 were originally produced. I've never seen another, and this may be the only survivor. Choice and beautiful!
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Trumpet Banner for the 1939 International Student Competition#1793

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