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Old 09-17-2013, 01:39 AM
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I am interested in knowing what types of Funeral Flags are correct for what years. I have a lot of different types, with several different mount styles, some of which I have no idea of how they were properly displayed. Here is one example of a style that I recently picked up. 104_2548.jpg

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here is the one I use on my 87 I'm not sure if this is correct, I would think it is ??
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the first one is a gutter clip. don't recall seeing one of them. but the people in the business would have a better Ida .
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I am interested in knowing what types of Funeral Flags are correct for what years. I have a lot of different types, with several different mount styles, some of which I have no idea of how they were properly displayed. Here is one example of a style that I recently picked up. Attachment 20937

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ok lets see if we can figure out what years they are from

examble: 1900-1910, 1910-1920, 1920-1930, 1930-1940 and so on

lets see if we can start some kind of catalog with dates and pictures like we do with Cadillac, Pontiac, Buick threads.
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