RANGERS GLASGOW

 

RANGERS GLASGOW

Embroidered pennant in use in the 60s

Stunning huge pennant of the Scottish team in use in the 60s. It is hand embroidery with an unusual pole which has letters R at the end. Rangers used to present this pennant in occasion of international matches. Pennant has embroidered in the middle the lion which is the club badge with the flower of Scotland bottom of the pennant. This pennant comes from Holland and is probable that was gifted by the Scottish club to a Dutch team. ( DWS Amsterdam Inter-Cities Fairs Cup 1968/69, Round of 16 )

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