Interesting, 2-pieced set comprising of two 'patches' that saw usage onto a HJ- ie. DJ-'Gefolgschaftsfahne' showing the machine-stitched name 'Forkade' and/or unit-numerals: '1/250' and that come both in a clearly used- ie. relic, condition
This is an interesting - and possibly unique! - 2-pieced set comprising of a pair of white-coloured 'patches' that saw (I deem) usage onto a HJ (ie. 'Hitlerjugend') or: DJ (ie. 'Deutsches Jungvolk') related so-called: 'Gefolgschaftsfahne' showing the machine-stitched (by means of so-called: 'Kurbelstickerei'!) name: 'Forkade' and/or unit-numerals: '1/250' and that come both in used- ie. minimally damaged- ie. relic, condition. The patches are both piped with black-coloured and twisted 'braid' as to be expected and are respectively 24 x 12,5 cms. and/or 20 x 14,5 cms. sized and show clear usage and/or staining: the 'Forkade'-patch shows a small tear on the right upper-side: both have been clearly once flag-attached and do show some of the stitching-remains (as can be seen on the pictures). The patches originated from a small grouping of HJ/DJ-insignia that was recently found at a private-household in Germany. I deem that this interesting HJ (ie. DJ-) set merits some further investigative work!