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1920s to 1930s US Navy Pilot wing for garrison cap Sterling, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-2191
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    This is a museum quality reproduction of a Navy Pilot wing for wear on the garrison cap. This wing has the V deisgn shield used in the late 1920�s and 1930�s. The wing is 1 5/8 inches wide and is gold plated sterling silver.

    1920-1930s US Navy Pilot wing vaulted, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-2122
    Sale Price: $74.95
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      1920-1930's US Navy Pilot wing vaulted. This is a Meyer design in a very classic mode.

      1920-1930s US Navy Pilot wing vaulted, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-2122B
      Sale Price: $49.95
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        1920-1930's US Navy Pilot wing vaulted. This is a Meyer design in a very classic mode.Gold plated brass.

        1926 Navy Pilots Wing Sterling w Gold, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1186
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          1926 Navy Pilots Wing Sterling w Gold by Weingarten GalleryItem Number: P-1186WWI Colonel Flase Embroridery Set of Two Collar eagles in Sterling Silver. This is sold in sets of two. This was the preferred looking Colonel insignia. The wing span is approximately 1 3/8 inches with each eagle facing each other. Look closely and you can see the Eagles are facing the arrows which was not authorized, these are called 'War Eagle' since they are not facing the peace olive branch. This is made with the...

          1930s US Navy Observer Wings Sterling, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1629
          Sale Price: $84.95
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          Weingarten Gallery Item #: P-1629 -

            1930's US Navy Observer Wings Sterling by Weingarten GalleryItem Number: P-1629This is a museum quality reproduction of a very rare French wing from the World War One. The original dates from 1916 making it one of the first wings used.. This reproduction is hallmarked 925 to indicate sterling. This badge was issued in two designs, all silver for student pilot and gold wing and gear of Airship Observer, Balloon Observer, Kite Observer and Airship Mechanic. I believe the Kite Observer should...

            Navy Balloon Pilot Wing in Sterling w Gold, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1193
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              Navy Balloon Pilot Wing in Sterling w Gold by Weingarten GalleryItem Number: P-11931920’s US Navy Balloon Pilot Wing. This is a museum quality sterling silver reproduction then gold plated with 24 karat gold, complete with pin back of a 1920 Navy Lighter than Air Pilot Wing. This one of the few 1/2 wings ever used by the US Military. Also called by Navy personnel a Blimp Pilot.

              Navy Pilot 1930s Sterling with Gold, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1187
              Sale Price: $764.95
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                Navy Pilot 1930's Sterling with Gold by Weingarten GalleryItem Number: P-1187WWI Officer USMC Collar EGA Sterling Silver Silver. These are very rare and original ones sell anywhere from $1200-1800 a set. These are made from an original set as models and are an exact reproduction. These are sold as a set of two.

                Navy Pilot Wing 1922 Sterling w Gold, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1215
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                  Navy Pilot Wing 1922 Sterling w Gold by Weingarten GalleryItem Number: P-1215WWI Colonel Flase Embroridery Set of Two uniform eagles in Sterling Silver. This is sold in sets of two. This was the preferred looking Colonel insignia. The wing span is approximately 1 7/8 inches with each eagle facing each other. Look closely and you can see the Eagles are facing the arrows which was not authorized, these are called 'War Eagle' since they are not facing the peace olive branch. This is made with the...