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1920 US Pilot WIng Blackenton Sterling, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1596
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    1919 Observer Wings. These wings were authorized on Jan 25, 1919 as the new Pilot wing designed by Mr. Herbert Adams of the Commission of Fine Arts. This wings was hated and lasted only until 14 Oct 1921. The reason it was hated most people believed the government took left over buttons for the wing center. It does look like a button. This is a museum quality reproduction made in Sterling Silver of the very rare Blackinton version. Most reproductions are ofthe Meyer version, you almost never...

    1919 US Observer 1/2 Wings Sterling Blackinton, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1597
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      These wings were authorized on Jan 25, 1919 for four different functions as follows: Airplane Observer, Balloon Observer, Aerial Bomber and Aerial Gunner. This wings was hated and lasted only until 14 Oct 1921. This is a very well made museum quality reproduction in Sterling Silver of the very rare Blackinton version. Most reproductions of this wing are of the Meyer design, it is very rare to never see a Blackinton. You almost never see a real wing or even a restrike. This has a center clasp...

      1920s Aviation Cadet Badge, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1828
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        This is museum quality reproduction of a 3 1/4 inch wide badge in sterling silver. It may have been used as hat badge for aviation cadets and the for-runner to the WWII Aviation Cadet Hat insignia. The design is rather unusal and even the prop has a design to the edge. The feathering looks similar to wings that had been made by Haltom Jewelers during WWI. But I have not been able to find any detail refrances to this wing.

        1920’S US Navy Airship Observer Wing Sterling with 24k Gold Plate by Weingarten Gallery Item Number: P-2425
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          This is a museum quality reproduction in sterling silver with a 24K gold plate of a 1920' Navy ObserverWing in full uniform size. But note it is a 1/2 wing for airship observers. It is very rare to see one of these and therefore they are not in many collections. This wing features two piece construction. While not an original here is a chance to get one of these unusual wings in sterling silver.

          1921 Student Pilot Wings, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1869
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            This is a museum quality reproduction of the Belgium Pilot wing that was used from 1922 to 1935. This full size wing was 2 3/8 inches, which is a rather usual size. In addition the collars were this same wing in 1/2 on either side of the crown center.

            1926 JAG Collar Insignia Sterling W Gold Plate, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-2094
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              This is a musuem quality reproduction of a very rare insignia from 1926. The small collar insignia for a JAG officer in the US Army. Made in sterling silver with a 24k gold plating.

              1926 JAG Collar Insignia Sterling W Gold Plate, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-2094B
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                This is a musuem quality reproduction of a very rare insignia from 1926. The small collar insignia for a JAG officer in the US Army. Made in brass with a 24k gold plating.

                1930s Pilot Wing BB&B Desgn, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1165
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                  This US Army Pilot wing is 2 3/4 inches is a museum quality reproduction of the ones dated from the 1930' from White Co. and made in sterling silver. It is a very detailed wing and flat in design with a pin back. Unusual compared to other US wings.

                  AAF - Distinguished Aerial Bomber Badge, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-2305
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                    This is a museum quality reproduction of an extremely rare badge. The Distinguished Aerial Bomber was authorized in 1926, retroactive to 1925 and first awarded in 1928. The first badges were made by Rock Island Arsenal and after 1929 until 1932 by Baily Banks and Biddle, Co. The badge was awarded to those who had the highest scores in matches held at Langley Field between 1925 and 1932. Initially their were two categories for the competition, Heavier than Air and one for Balloons. The Balloon...

                    AAF - Distinguished Aerial Gunner Badge, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-2304
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                      This is a museum quality reproduction of an extremely rare badge. The Distinguished Aerial Gunner was authorized in 1926, retroactive to 1925 and first awarded in 1928. The first badges were made by Rock Island Arsenal and after 1929 until 1932 by Baily Banks and Biddle, Co. The badge was awarded to those who had the highest scores in matches held at Langley Field between 1925 and 1932. There were three categories for the competition, Pursuit Pilot, Observation and Attack Pilot. This it would...

                      1919 Flying Instructor Wings, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-2017
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                        This is a die struck Flying Instructor in brass with a gilt metal plating as was the original. These were to be worn just above the right cuff on all coats. While the regulation called for this to be made in metal, most were made out of bullion. The badge was rescinded in June 1927. Most reproductions of this insignia are the collar prop insignia with the prop removed. This is an exact reproduction made form original dies. You will not see the edge of where a prop was removed.

                        102th Aero Squadron Pin Sterling, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1785
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                          This is a museum quality reproduction of he insignia of the 102nd Observation Squadron. It was organize on March 22, 1921 under the command of Maj. Kenneth P. Littauer as the 102nd Squadron, 27th Division Air service, New York National Guard. The unit was redesigned the 102nd Observation Squadron on January 23, 1923. This squadron can trace its history back to a group formed by aviation enthusiasts in the NY National Guard in April 1908. They even raised $500 to buy an airplane. They became...

                          1920 Pilot Wing Blackington, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1188
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                            1918-1920 US Pilot Wings Sterling Blackington Design. This is a museum qualityreproduction in sterling silver of the a US Pilot wing use right after WWI where they no longer used the "US" letters on the wing, until the more current design came into being in 1921. The use of the US was dropped due to international convention on wings. This one of the few wings ever made in the WWI basic design but without the US letters.

                            1921 Airship Pilot Wings 2 inch, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1151
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                              In 1921 the Airship Pilot Badge (while it looks like a wing it was never officially called that) was introduced by the US Army. This is a very well made sterling silver museum quality reproduction of that badge 2 inch with pinback. The 2 inch wing was never official. Not many of these badges were ever made and are missing from many collections after all how many Airship Captains were there. Actually there were about 150. Also it is interesting to note that 6 know designs existed of this badge....

                              1921 Airship Pilot Sweetheart Pin, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1150
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                                In 1921 the Airship Pilot Badge (while it looks like a wing it was never officially called that) was introduced by the US Army. This is a very well made sterling silver museum quality reproduction of that badge 1 3/8 inch with pinback. This size was worn on the Overseas Hat or given to a mother of girlfriend as a sweetheart pin. The 1 3/8 inch was never official so not many of these badges would have been made and are missing from many collections after all how many Airship Captains were...

                                1921 Airship Pilot Fox, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1216
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                                  In 1921 the Airship Pilot Badge (while it looks like a wing it was never officially called that) was introduced by the US Army. This is a very well made sterling silver museum quality reproduction of that badge 3 inch (Fox Design) with pinback. Not many of these badges were ever made and are missing from many collections after all how many Airship Captains were there. Actually there were about 150. Also it is interesting to note that least 6 know designs existed and maybe as many as 6 of this...

                                  Airship Pilot Blackington, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-772
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                                    Airship Pilot, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1225
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                                      1921 Army Air Service Airship Pilot Meyer Sterling, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1435
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                                        1921 Army Air Service Airship Pilot Meyer Sterling by Weingarten GalleryItem Number: P-1435This is a museum quality reproduction of one of the rare WWI Franch Pilot Souvenir Badge as shown on page 351 of French Military Aeronautical Branch Badges up to 1918 By Philippe Bartlett, Figure 16, made in sterling silver. This one of the many Cross of St Lorine and Stork badges. Each one was made for a specific Pilot or crew member of a certain squardron. The cross is on a loop and does move hanging...

                                        1921 Airship Pilot Pasquale Sterling, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1528
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                                          Balloon Pilot Wing, Sterling , Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-722
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                                            US Army Air Corps Balloon Pilot Wings. This is a museum quality reproduction in Sterling Silver of the Demark Design. The first Balloon wings that was introduced in 1919 as the Balloon Observer Wings but were redesignated as Balloon Pilot Wings on Feb. 20, 1940. This is a 3inch with pin back wing.

                                            Balloon Pilot Wing Link Sterling, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1181
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                                              1919 US Army Air ServiceBalloon Pilot Wings. This is a three inch with pin back museum quality reproduction in Sterling Silver of the balloon Pilot wings shown, number 54, in Duncan Campbell' book on Aviation Badges and Insignia. This wing is believed to have been made between 1919 and 1921. The first Balloon wings that was introduced in 1919 as the Balloon Observer Wings but were redesignated as Balloon Pilot Wings on Feb. 20, 1940. This is one of the most beautiful wings ever designed, just...

                                              Pilots Wing BB&B, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1191
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                                                This US Army Pilot wing is 3 inches is similar to ones dated from the 1930' from BB&B and made in sterling silver. This is a museum quality reproduction of this very detailed wing and flat in design with a pin back. Unusual compared to other US wings.

                                                WWI - 22nd Aero Squadron Pin by Weingarten Gallery Item Number: P-2347
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                                                  During WWI many of the Squadrons had a symbol painted on the side of their aircraft. The Pilots then had these made up into pins. This is a museum quality reproduction of the very rare 22nd Aero Pursuit Squadron Pin,of a shooting comet. Only one of these pins is know to exist and in the Smithsonian Collection. The in is 1 1/4 inches wide as was the original and made in gold plated brass with hard enamling. The original was 14k gold. This pin was worn over the Pilots wings on the left side of...

                                                  WWI 88th Areo Sqaudron Pin Kicking Mule by Weingarten Gallery Item Number: P-2406
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                                                    This is a museum qquality reproduction of an extremely rare WWI 88th Areo Squadron pilots pin. The 88th fought on the Western Front during WWI. The 88th Aero Squadron was a Air Service, United States Army unit that fought on the Western Front during World War I. The symbol of the squadron is a kicking mule still in use today. The idea of an Army mule came form Maj Johnson based on his alma mater after the squadrons first victory. He wanted the mule to be kicking as if it was stubborn and...

                                                    WWI Officer Hat Insignia Sterling w Gold, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1350
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                                                      This is a British designed US Officers Hat Badge museum quality reproduction. You can see the top of the badge where the stars are is oval iin shape. In the US designed badge it is a circle design as in the Great Seal of the US. Who knows why they are different. This museum quality reproduction is of one in sterling, which was not a common item at that time.

                                                      Balloon Pilot Wing 2 in Sterling, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1217
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                                                        This is a museum quality reproduction of a WWII Balloon 2 inch wing. This wing was never official, but since others had 2 inch wings the Balloon Pilots had these made. They were made by AMICO and so hallmarked as well aas sterling. Since these were never official and their were very few balloon pilots an original of this wing would be very hard to find.

                                                        WWII Luxenberg Command Pilot Sterling, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1836
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                                                          This is a museum quality reproduction of the 1st Pattern Luxenberg Command Pilot Wings in sterling silver. The Luxenberg wings are some of the most sort after wings by all collectors and missing form most collections. The Command Pilot is one of the rarest of all wings. Here is a chance to own one of these until you might get lucky to find anoriginal.

                                                          WWII Luxenberg 1st Pattern Bombardier Sterling, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1823
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                                                            This is a museum quality reproduction of the1nd Pattern Luxenberg Bombardier Wing in sterling silver. The Luxenberg wings are some of the most sort after wings by all collectors and missing form many collections. This is a very heavy wing as are most Luxenbergs weighting 22 grams.

                                                            WWII Luxenberg Navigator Wing Sterling Silver, 1st pattern by Weingarten Gallery Item Number: P-1823N
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                                                              WW II 3 inch Navigator Wings. These are a very well made museum quality reproduction of the Luxenberg design in Sterling Silver of a Navigator wing in the 3 inch size in the 1st pattern design. Wings sold by Morrie Luxenberg are one of the most sort after wings from WWII. These wings were sold only in one location in New York City. This is a 3 inch wing with pin back which is very hard to find and from a not so common maker thus missing from many collections. Also has the Luxenberg Hallmark...

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