Black Blood Nazi banner
This is a black and white version of the Blutfahne, or Blood Flag. The Blood Flag is the Nazi German hakenkreuz flag that was used in the Beer Hall Putsch in Munich, Germany on 9 November 1923, during which it became soaked in the blood of one of the SA members who died. It subsequently became one of the most revered objects of the NSDAP. It was used in ceremonies in which new flags for party organisations were consecrated by the Blood Flag when touched by it.

Material:110g/m2 knitted polyester
Finishing:With 2 grommets on the top
Size: This is not a normal sized flag. It is two feet wide and eight feet long.
These banners are exclusively at Tightrope Records.