Hello and Greetings: I was sent these pictures of a signed flag. There appear to be several stamps (inkan?) on the flag. Any help with translation would be appreciated. I apologize if the pictures are not of the best quality. Thank you.
Thank you Toritoribe. Do you believe that it is authentically signed by General Shigemoto?upper
Protect the Land of Gods
Respectfully Written by (Shigemoto?)
Congratulations on Your Enlistment
Army General, Baron Ōi Shigemoto
the large square stamp
Stamp of Army General, Baron Ōi Shigemoto
Refer to the following Majestic-san's post.
Hello all. New to the forums. I am an amateur collector of gear/firearms/artifacts of ww1/ww2. I absolutely love history so I recently acquired what I believe to be a Japanese good luck flag. I know next to nothing when it comes to Japanese Kanji, or the typical markings on their flags, thus I...jref.com
Ōi Shigemoto became the army general in November 1919, was created baron in April 1921, and retired from the army in April 1933, so it might be written sometime between April 1921 and April 1933.