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PRUSSIA – CREPE PAPER DESIGNS – HOHENZOLLERN EAGLE AND GERMAN NATIONAL FLAG (2)

SKU: 12-373

$25.00

When I first came across these I thought they were paper napkins. Having said that, it made no sense. Napkins during the Imperial Period were always made of linen! Then I looked closer and saw that they were not made of ordinary paper but crepe paper, instead. We have two of them, featuring a design with the Hohenzollern Eagle and the German National flag (in color). They measure 7 3/4″ x 7 3/8.” Let your imagination run wild on how you want to use these in your collection.

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When I first came across these I thought they were paper napkins. Having said that, it made no sense. Napkins during the Imperial Period were always made of linen! Then I looked closer and saw that they were not made of ordinary paper but crepe paper, instead. We have two of them, featuring a design with the Hohenzollern Eagle and the German National flag (in color). They measure 7 3/4″ x 7 3/8.” Let your imagination run wild on how you want to use these in your collection.

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When I first came across these I thought they were paper napkins. Having said that, it made no sense. Napkins during the Imperial Period were always made of linen! Then I looked closer and saw that they were not made of ordinary paper but crepe paper, instead. We have two of them, featuring a design with the Hohenzollern Eagle and the German National flag (in color). They measure 7 3/4″ x 7 3/8.” Let your imagination run wild on how you want to use these in your collection.

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