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Vintage Italian Flag c.1940 (FREE SHIPPING)
By American Flag & Banner Co.
Located in San Francisco, CA
ABOUT An original Italian flag with brass grommets to hang it. CREATOR American Flag and Banner Company, San Francisco. DATE OF MANUFACTURE c.19...
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Early 20th Century Industrial American Flag & Banner Co. Furniture

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Brass

Large 48 Star Embroidered Flag Pillow
By American Flag & Banner Co.
Located in Los Angeles, CA
This monumental 48 star flag pillow is in great in great condition and has a red cotton linen pillow. The big pillow id down and feather fill.
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Mid-20th Century American Country American Flag & Banner Co. Furniture

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Cotton

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