Hitler’s Foreign Minister Joachim von Ribbentrop’s Personal Cloth Dinner Napkin Brought Home By A U.S. Veteran. Extremely rare large embroidered dinner napkin 17″/17″ unfolded. The cloth napkin features Von Ribbentrop’s personal crest with a Nazi eagle over the globe of the earth. He would also wear this crest on the lower sleeve of his uniforms in later years (see photos). von Ribbentrop was ambassador to England before the war then rose to the top of the Nazi hierarchy. He was tried, convicted, and hung for war crimes at the Nuremberg trials. This napkin was taken by a U.S. Soldier during WWII as “Loot” or “Trophy of War”. It was from the Dr. Mark Griffith collection who wrote several books of WWII and interviewed hundreds of Veterans. It is pictured in Dr. Griffith’s latest book on Third Reich silver and loot (see photos). 100% guaranteed to be authentic complete museum documentation (COA) provided. An amazing historical artifact from the 20th century’s most infamous events. Don’t miss your chance to own this real museum authenticated piece of WWII history with solid U.S. Veteran provenance. See our other pieces on our web site. Also note when browsing our web site there are several pages of items, at the bottom of the list look for other page numbers!