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World War II
A CAPTURED JAPANESE FLAG REPURPOSED AS A PROMOTIONAL BANNER FOR U.S. VICTORY BONDS, CA. 1941–19
Estimate
2,0003,000
LOT SOLD. 2,250 USD
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326
World War II
A CAPTURED JAPANESE FLAG REPURPOSED AS A PROMOTIONAL BANNER FOR U.S. VICTORY BONDS, CA. 1941–19
Estimate
2,0003,000
LOT SOLD. 2,250 USD
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World War II
A CAPTURED JAPANESE FLAG REPURPOSED AS A PROMOTIONAL BANNER FOR U.S. VICTORY BONDS, CA. 1941–19
A silk Japanese "Rising Sun" battle flag (38 1/8 x 28 5/8 in.; 968 x 728 mm), overprinted in black with the slogan "Remember | Pearl | Harbor | Victory | Bonds"; soiled, some tears and stains, possibly blood. Framed and glazed.  
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Provenance

The War Museum (Bonhams New York, 5 June 2014, lot 239)

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