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Fante flags represent the merger of two cultural traditions, the Akan tradition of combining proverbs with visual imagery, and the European heraldic tradition, which used flags and banners displaying royal arms in regimental colors.
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Wear consistent with age and use
1 in. H x 63 in. W x 33 in. D
3 cm H x 160 cm W x 84 cm D
Los Angeles, CA
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