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    RNST (Agricultural) Pole Top

    Hey guys I'm considering buying this RNST Agricultural Pole Top for my collection....I'm pretty sure its ok, but just want to make sure...It has the proper makers marks as well, but I currently don't have pic of that..So is it a buyer?

    #2
    Does it have any marking on the edge of one of the swas arms?
    Regards,
    Michael H.
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      #3
      Looks good to me. Including the rare pole fastener as well.
      https://www.ww2treasures.com

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        #4
        I agree it is a good one.
        Regards,
        Michael H.
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          #5
          Sorry I was late on answering ....it does have the proper marker marks on the edge of swaz....I see dealer prices on these from $950-$1200...is the lower end more realistic current value for one like I've posted?...$900-$1000?..;or is that even really high?

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            #6
            That's a good price for that example. Buy it....these don't come around so often, especially in that condition with the fastener. They are very delicate as well. They usually bend where the swastika mounts to the pole sleeve and the gold guild on your example is in exceptional shape.

            Here's one that I had to compare.

            Reichsnährstand Flag Pole Top 1.jpg Reichsnährstand Flag Pole Top 3.jpg Reichsnährstand Flag Pole Top 5.jpg
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              #7
              thanks for the help...will post better pics soon if i end up buying it.

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                #8
                OVER ?1000 IS A LITTLE STEEP......unless you just gotta have it ....EC

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                  #9
                  Well she arrived today...I was pleasantly surprised....I thought in the original pics that there was a spot of wear on the swastika right arm on obverse, but was actually just reflection & some minor scratches...does all look ok to you guys?
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                    #10
                    Very nice piece.
                    Regards,
                    Michael H.
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                      #11
                      happy for your purchase ...it won"t go down in value ....EC...

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                        #12
                        thanks for the help fellas!

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                          #13
                          That was quick. Very nice! It doesn't get any better than that one.
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                            #14
                            Hey John. Awesome piece! I've always really liked this emblem. And I've always wanted a full-size flag pole top. Nice score. The construction and quality on these is outstanding.

                            All I have is this fender pennant topper, until I can find it's big brother. Again, a very well made piece.
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                              #15
                              A very interesting design -- one I am not very familiar with. I note that the maker-mark is not shown as a RZM license code number; is this because this piece is from the early 1930s, before the RZM system took effect? It is also interesting to see the maker-mark along one of the swas arms and not stamped onto the pole sleeve!

                              Br. James

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