Military, Propaganda and Award Flags
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Award banner to a best military unit, circa 1970s Military style star with hammer and sickle emblem and embroidered motto "For Our Soviet Motherland!" Size 5 1/3' by 4 1/4'.
Banner of a Naval Infantry unit, circa 1970s. In silk with gold fringe. A very unusual design, combination of a standard military flag and a Naval Ensign. 3 3/4 feet by 4 1/3 feet. An unusual opportunity to own a naval unit flag.
Award Banner to celebrate half-century of Soviet communism. Issued in 1967 to a labor enterprise in the city of Mukachevo, a city in Transcarpathian Ukraine that the Soviet Union acquired by a treaty from Czechoslovakia as a result of WW2. In blood-red velvet, with silk embroidery and gold fringe; measures approx. 5.5 ' by 4'. This high-quality piece is one of the relatively few Soviet award banners with a precisely known year of issue.
Award Banner to a Food Processing Factory in Rostov Region issued for outstanding results in the 9th Five-Year Plan. Unlike many other such prize flags that were "transferrable" - i.e. passed from one foremost factory, farm or labor team to another based on most recent results - this banner was issued only once and then retained by the enterprise as permanent trophy. The reference to the 9th Five-Year Plan makes it certain that it was issued within a narrow timeframe from late 1975 - 76. In good condition.
Large Award Banner to a team of workers for best labor results, circa 1970s. In scarlet velvet, measures nearly 6' x 4.5'. An interesting "generic" inscription without the reference to a particular industry or enterprise. Features nicely embroidered portrait of Lenin and Soviet national emblem.
Award Banner to a Team of Workers for Winning an All-Union Socialist Competition in Agriculture in 1973. In red velvet with embroidered portrait of Lenin and inscription, measures approx. 5 ½ ' x 4 ¼". A very uncommon flag with the year clearly identified and issued on high, all-Union level as opposed to local authorities. In excellent condition.
Award Banner for Best Results in Labor issued by the Trade Union of the Tsentrosoyuz (Central Union of Consumer Cooperatives of the USSR), circa 1970s-80s. In red silk with gold fringe; features embroidered Tsentrosoyuz emblem and portrait of Lenin. A very uncommon flag in excellent condition.
Young Pioneer Organizational flag embroidered with both Lenin's and Stalin's names, circa 1940s - early 1950s, Cotton with heavy silk embroidery, 45" long and 35" wide.
Young Pioneer Organizational flag in almost unused condition showing an embroidered version of the early membership badge, C the late 1950s. 45" long and 35" wide.
Flag of the Octoberist Organization, circa 1980s. In unissued condition.
USSR National Flag, in wool bunting, as used by Soviet Merchant Fleet, dated 1989. Easy to display medium size, approximately 4 1/3 foot long. In excellent condition.
National Flag of Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic, maritime version in wool bunting, dated 1981. Medium size, 25" by 54". A very interesting and uncommon flag in excellent condition.
National Flag of Azerbaijan Soviet Socialist Republic, circa 1980s. In nylon, standard 6'x3' size. In excellent condition.
National Flag of the Kazakh Soviet Socialist Republic, circa 1980s issue in synthetic silk. Made during the Soviet era when Kazakhstan was still a part of the USSR. Excellent condition.
National Flag of Kirghiz Soviet Socialist Republic, c. 1980s. In synthetic silk. Excellent condition.
National Flag of the Tajikistan Soviet Socialist Republic, dated 1989. In synthetic silk. Comes with attached original paper tag of a factory in Kiev, Ukraine.
National Flag of the Turkmen Soviet Socialist Republic, dated 1988. In nylon. Includes original paper tag of a factory in Moscow. Excellent condition.
National Flag of the Uzbek Soviet Socialist Republic, circa 1980s issue in synthetic silk. Excellent condition.
DOSAAF Paramilitary Organization Award Pennant in velvet, circa 1950s-60s . Shows colorful emblem of the "Volunteer Society to Support Army, Aviation and Navy" organization.
Large Honor Pennant issued to the Best Entertainment Venue ("Club of Culture") by the Culture Directorate of the Zaporozhe Region in Soviet Ukraine, circa 1960s - mid 1970s. Features Lenin's portrait and embroidered inscription. This uncommon and interesting piece has correction in the inscription which was made after the 1977 change in the name of the authority that bestowed the award.
Small Pennant to a Best Labor Team, circa 1960s-70s. In red silk with gold fringe. An unusual piece with two tassels and embroidered red star. Excellent condition.
Honor Pennant of a Work Team of Communist Labor, 1970s-80s. Large and impressive piece in silk with unusual double-sided artwork. In near mint condition.
First Place Pennant for Tourist Camp Decoration, 22 & 23 May 1982.
Uniface Pennant with Lenin's portrait, awarded to a best labor team, 1970s-80s. A larger, 1.5' x 2' version in very good to excellent condition.
Medium size Uniface Pennant with Lenin's portrait, awarded to a best labor team, 1970s-80s. In excellent condition, far better than usual.
Trumpet Banner of the Young Pioneer League, 1970s-80s. An uncommon item in very good to excellent condition.
Award Pennant issued to a Best Octoberist Organization Group (Small Unit), circa 1980s. In excellent condition. A very uncommon Communist Youth item!
Gold Tassels and Cord Once Used on an Award or Propaganda Banner, circa 1960s-80s. In very good to excellent condition.
Order of Suvorov, 3rd cl. streamers for a military unit flag, circa 1960s-80s. In excellent condition.
Order of Bogdan Khmelnitsky, 1st cl. streamers for a military unit flag, circa 1960s-80s. In excellent condition. An exceptionally rare unit award: out of 323 Order of Bogdan Khmelnitsky 1st cl. ever awarded, just 10 were issued to military units. In excellent condition but showing evidence of light use, not an unissued example.
Order of Bogdan Khmelnitsky, 2nd cl. streamers for a military unit flag, circa 1960s-80s. In excellent condition.
Order of Bogdan Khmelnitsky, 3rd cl. streamers for a military unit flag, circa 1960s-80s. In excellent condition. A very uncommon unit award: only 216 were awarded, far smaller number than units awarded with the 2nd class of the same decoration.