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Must be Nordischer Bergungsverein, see offer
by a rare book seller. So it's a towage company (seat: Hamburg).
Jan Mertens, 5 Jan 2005
Yes, but a picture says it much better... see the on-line 1912
Lloyds Flags & Funnels, No. 499.
Jan Mertens, 10 Jan 2005
Hum... some differences from my source. The cross is here made of 4 red squares around a white one and the cross is not centered in the whole flag. Instead, now it's only centered in a imaginary rectangle defined by the top, bottom and hoist limits of the white area and the center of the white swallowtail in the fly. Vertically, it's not centered at all: the cross is shifted to the bottom, but not enough so that the whole cross + sigla device becomes centered.
Jorge Candeias, 22 Jan 2005
The white swallow tail pennant has a red bordure at three four sides. In the centre is a red, Greek cross topped by a black, embowed inscription "NBV".
Source: Gratis Beilage zu Deicken und Behrmann's Neuen Monatsheften Neue Ausgabe Sommer 1897
Klaus-Michael Schneider, 25 Apr 2012
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