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WWII Officer Rank 1st Lt Pin, Weingarten Gallery Item Number MS-117
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    1st Lieutenant rank made the same way as in WWII die struct and silver plated with a pin back. Sold in a set of two.

    WWII Officer Rank 2nd Lt Pin, Weingarten Gallery Item Number MS-116
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      2nd Lieutenant rank in die struct brass with a 24k gold plate as they were made in WWII complete with a pin back. Sold in a set of two.

      WWII Officer Rank Captain Pin, Weingarten Gallery Item Number MS-118
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        WWII Captain rank made the same way as in WWII die struct with a silver plate and pin back.

        WWII Officer Rank Major Pin, Weingarten Gallery Item Number MS-119
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          Major rank made the same was as in WWII, die struct with a pin back and then plated with a layer of 24k gold.

          Paris Libration WWII Sterling pin, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1964P
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            This is a museum quality reproduction of a piin made in 1944 to celerbrate the libration of Paris from the Germans. There were a lot of happy people on July 24, 1944 when Paris was liberated. The pin is in the shape of France and on the back it shows the location of Paris and the main rivers of France. The pin is 1 1/16 inch tall and has a 24k gold plate over sterling silver.

            WWII 4 Star Collar Sterling (2), Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1665
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              This is a museum quality reproduction of a set of two 4 star collar insignia with clutch backs in the post war smaller size.

              Sterling Paratrooper badge pin back, Phillips Publications, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-2255
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                These are very rare paratrooper badge. Phillips Publications of Williamstown,, NJ had these badges also made for sale at military shows. These have also become extremely rare and this is a museum quality reproduction of that badge. It is hallmarked Phillips Publications and sterling. This badge is also rather thick and heavy.

                US Army Special Forces Vietnam Badge Sterling, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1636
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                  This is a museum quality sterling reproduction of an unofficial badge used by US Special Forces troops. This wing is cast as was the original and is hallmarked 925, which means sterling. This is a rather rare version of the skull paratrooper badges that were sold in the alleys of Saigon in that it is colored. Here is your chance to own a museum quality reproduction until a real one comes alone. Very unusual with the coloring on the badge, but that is the way they were made back in the late 60' ...

                  WWII 3 Star Collar Sterling, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1664
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                    < This is a museum quality reproduction of a set of two 3 star collar insignia hallmarked Russell Uniform.

                    WWII 3 Star Collar Rank Sterling  Pin Back, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1664P
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                      < This is a museum quality reproduction of a set of two 3 star collar insignia hallmarked Russell Uniform with a pin back.Note the photo shows a clutch bak.

                      WWII  5 star rank Sterling Luxenberg Dwight Eisenhower, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1711C
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                        WWII 5 Star Luxenberg Uniform Sterling, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1711
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                          WWII Allied War Photographer Shoulder Badge British brass, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1955
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                            Today the press is ID by wearing a bulletproof vest and the word PRESS across the front and back. But in WWII most wore uniforms just as the GI', they were our photographers and sent pictures home of solders. On the uniforms they wore on the shoulder instead of a unit patch a simple badge "Allied War Photographer. " This is a museum quality reproduction of one of those badges made in brass as was the original.

                            WWII Red Cross Collar Sterling, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1654
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                              This is a museum quality reproduction of American Red Cross collar insignia in blacken sterling silver sold in a set of two. During the war many civilian supporters of US Troop wore US Style uniforms complete with insignia. This is a reproduction of the insignia worn by the Red Cross volunteers providing support the troops.

                              WWII Officer Rank Colonel Pin, Weingarten Gallery Item Number MS-121
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                                WWII Colonel rank die struct with a pin back and then silver plated.

                                WWII Luxenberg Colonel Collar Rank Sterling, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1859
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                                  This is museum quality reproduction in sterling silver of very rare WWII Colonel Insignia made by Luxenberg. One of the most desirable insignia makers. These are called War Eagles because the head of the eagle is facing the arrows. In official Colonel insignia the head of the eagle faces the olive branch. You are bidding on a set of two in the large collar size. These are 1 1/2 inch wingspan. Luxenberg Class A uniform insignia, Colonel rank. Here is a chance to own a set of these until you...

                                  WWII Officer Rank Lt. Colonel Pin, Weingarten Gallery Item Number MS-120
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                                    Lt.. Colonel rank die struct as in WWII with a pin back and then silver plated.

                                    WWII Parachute Caterpillar Pin sterling w gold plate, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-2027
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                                      One of the most famous of the unofficial badges of WWII was the Caterpillar Club. Actually it was founded by Irvin Airchute Company of Canada in 1922. The name "Caterpillar Club" makes reference to the silk threads that made the original parachutes thus recognising the debt owed to the silk worm and the fact that the caterpillar lets itself down to earth by a silken thread. "Life depends on a silken thread" is the club' motto. In 1922, Leslie Irvin agreed to give a gold pin to every person...

                                      WWII Sweetheart Hap Arnold Wings Sterling Silver by Weingarten Gallery Item Number: HAP-1
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                                        The is a museum quality reproduction in sterling silver of one of the many pins ladies wore in WWII. This pin is 1 1/4 inches wide. A perfect pin to show your support for our military today or to show you collect insignia.

                                        WWII US War Correspondent Shoulder British Brass Badge, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1953
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                                          Today the press is ID by wearing a bulletproof vest and the word PRESS across the front and back. But in WWII most wore uniforms just as the GI', they were our press and wrote home about our solders. On the uniforms they wore on the shoulder instead of a unit patch a simple badge "US War Correspondent. " This is a museum quality reproduction of one of those badges but rather unusual in that it says "US WAR Correspondent" and it is accurately reproduced in brass. Let's not forget many countries...

                                          WWII USO collar insignia  Sterling Silver, gold plated         , Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-2047
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                                            Many Gis from WWII will tell you how great it was to see the USO banner. Here is a museum reproduction of the USO collar sterling insignia worn by the personnel who brought this moment of joy and home to our many troops. This is for a set of two.

                                            USO -WWII Pin Sterling, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1641
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                                              Many Gis from WWII will tell you how great it was to see the USO banner. Here is a museum reproduction of the USO sterling pin worn by the personnel who brought this moment of joy and home to our many troops. They are still doing it today.

                                              USO - Sterling w Gold Plate, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1641G
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                                                Many Gis from WWII will tell you how great it was to see the USO banner. Here is a museum reproduction of the USO sterling pin with a 24 karat gold plate worn by the personnel who brought this moment of joy and home to our many troops. They are still doing it today.

                                                WWII V for victory Sterling Silver pin, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1705
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                                                  This is a museum quality reproduction of one of the many WWII V for victory pins. Some of the more popular ones had the Morse Code dots and dash for the letter V as shown on this pin. Everyone on the home front was waiting for that simple message of Victory. WWII was a war where everyone support the fight over the Axis Powers and the V pin was something you could wear even if you did not have a sweetheart in the military. The pin is 5/8 inch wide by 3/4 inch high for wearing on your collar and...

                                                  WWII War Correspondent Sterling Silver, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1653
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                                                    Today the press is ID by wearing a bulletproof vest and the word PRESS across the front and back. But in WWII most wore uniforms just as the GI', they were our press and wrote home about our solders. On the uniforms they wore on the shoulder instead of a unit patch a simple badge "War Correspondent. " This is a museum quality reproduction of one of those badges made in sterling silver.

                                                    WWII War Correspondent Sterling w gold plate, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1653G
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                                                      Today the press is ID by wearing a bulletproof vest and the word PRESS across the front and back. But in WWII most wore uniforms just as the GI', they were our press and wrote home about our solders. On the uniforms they wore on the shoulder instead of a unit patch a simple badge "War Correspondent. " This is a museum quality reproduction of one of those badges made in sterling silver and gold plated in 24k Gold.

                                                      WWII War Photographer Shoulder Badge British Brass, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1954
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                                                        Today the press is ID by wearing a bulletproof vest and the word PRESS across the front and back. But in WWII most wore uniforms just as the GI', they were our photographers and sent pictures home of solders. On the uniforms they wore on the shoulder instead of a unit patch a simple badge "Official US War Photographer. " This is a museum quality reproduction of one of those badges made in brass as was the original.

                                                        WWII War Photographer Sterling, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1652
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                                                          Today the press is ID by wearing a bulletproof vest and the word PRESS across the front and back. But in WWII most wore uniforms just as the GI', they were our photographers and sent pictures home of solders. On the uniforms they wore on the shoulder instead of a unit patch a simple badge "War Photographer. " This is a museum quality reproduction of one of those badges made in sterling silver.

                                                          WWII War Photographer Sterling w Gold Plate, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1652G
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                                                            Today the press is ID by wearing a bulletproof vest and the word PRESS across the front and back. But in WWII most wore uniforms just as the GI', they were our photographers and sent pictures home of solders. On the uniforms they wore on the shoulder instead of a unit patch a simple badge "War Photographer. " This is a museum quality reproduction of one of those badges made in sterling silver and gold plated in 24k Gold.

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