There's nothing we love more than a great big cloth signal flag, and we're especially fond of the stripe pattern for the letter G. This flag has zinc grommets and a thick cotton build. Perfect piece to hang on the wall for a beach front home. Definitely some wear but no holes, generally good condition for its age.
46" x 39".
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We are guilty of over-using the word patina in the vintage descriptions, but what other word is there to use when describing this vintage mug!? A few snips of English roses or your pen collection are waiting for this mug.
3" diameter, 4.5" tall.
Made in St. Louis by the now defunct International Hat Co. which made pressed fiber pith helmets from WWII to the Gulf War. This helmet is stamped with the date December 31, 1948. The pressed fiber pith helmet was the longest used helmet in service by the United States military.
Sizing & Fit
Interior band measures 24", brim 3".
Hunter green with a red, white and blue stripes in the center, this small pocket knife seems like it could be an old military relic of many countries, but very possibly German. The knife has two small blades. Significant amount of rust on each blade but each still opens easily.
Sizing & Fit
2.5" long x 0.5" wide.