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1920s US Air Mail Collar Sterling, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1848
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    This is a museum quality reproduction of what is considered the first US Air Mail Wing. This wing was used from 1928 to 1939 and worn by pilots of Delta, Northwest and United who flew the mail. The wing is shown on page xiii of "Pilots Wings of the United States, 1913-1995, Civilian and Commercial" by Philip R Martin. The original wings were 14k gold. While not an original here is a chance to get this unusual wing in sterling silver with a 24 karat gold plate.

    Air Mail Pilot Wing Sterling, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1327
    Sale Price: $84.95
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    Weingarten Gallery Item #: P-1327 -

      This is a museum quality reproduction of what is considered the first US Air Mail Wing. This wing was used from 1928 to 1939 and worn by pilots of Delta, Northwest and United who flew the mail. The wing is shown on page xiii of "Pilots Wings of the United States, 1913-1995, Civilian and Commercial" by Philip R Martin. The original wings were 14k gold. While not an original here is a chance to get this unusual wing in sterling silver with a 24 karat gold plate.

      Postal Officer Insignia, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1961
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      Weingarten Gallery Item #: P-1961 -

        This is a museum quality reproduction of an extremely rare item in two categories. First it is the US Army Postal Express Service Officer collar pin that was issued in February 1919 of a running Greyhound. These were also worn by officers in the Courier Service in France and by couriers en route to Washington DC from the AEF. By 1920 this insignia was discontinued due to inactivation of the Postal Express Service. Thus due to the short time period it was used it is extremely rare also each...