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eMedals-RAD Reich Labour Service Standard

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RAD Reich Labour Service Standard


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RAD Reich Labour Service Standard

RAD Reich Labour Service Standard - 1120 mm x 1300 mm, this three colour standard was manufactured in a durable and strong manner. With a heavy emblem sewn on each side, this flag is quite heavy to other counterparts. Two red cotton panels sewn back to back, thereby creating one standard. Each side has a two piece black cotton swastika with a strip of silver outlining trim. It is surmounted by a white cotton circle, with multiple individually sewn black pieces forming a RAD crest, encircled by a 40 mm band of white wheat sheaf embroidery on a black background. It has silver bullion tassels on three sides, reinforced by a strip of silver bullion on the obverse. The standard has various minor soiling and slight tears, but remains in very fine condition.
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