U.S. NAVY JACK AND COMMISSIONING PENNANT Pair of items from a World War II U.S. naval vessel includes: a narrow commissioning pennant, 50" long with separately sewn white, blue and red fields, painted stars, and a single grommet in the hoist; with a 12" x 18" Navy jack, 48 individual stars sewn to both sides of a blue wool field, white canvas hoist with two grommets and maker''s stamp of "F. Vanderherchen''s Sons", Phila. Some minor moth damage to both, which still remain entirely presentable. When at anchor or moored, the jack is flown at the bow, and the commission pennant is flown from the at the main mast.
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