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Goodyear 1960s Pilot Wing Sterling, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1306
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    This is a reproduction of Goodyear 1960's Pilot Wings in Sterling Silver. I have never seen a real one in person, just in photos. This is a recreation to provide this rare wing to collectors. The wing is 3 1/8 inches long. This is truly a different item and would be a conversational item in any wing collection.

    Pioneer Parachute Pin Sterling Silver, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1602
    Sale Price: $24.95
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      In the late 1960's sport parachuting began and Pioneer Parachute company made this pin available to sport jumpers. It is a rare pin because at that time not many were into this sport. This is a museum quality reproduction in sterling silver.

      Transcontinal & Western Air Sterling w Gold, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1510
      Sale Price: $94.95
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        This is a museum quality reproduction of a great wing, all 3 5/16 inches,(85mm) of it, made in Sterling with a gold plate. Without any questions the TWA wings were the best looking of the commerical airline wings. Hallmarked Sterling and Blackenton. Not sure but sometime between 1930 and 1950.

        Western Air Express Number 16 Sterling w Gold, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1511
        Sale Price: $89.95
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          Western Air Express Number 16. Sterling with a gold plate, only hallmark is sterling. Another great looking wing. Western was in business from 1925 - 1941 and part merged with TWA, maybe they wanted all the Indian Chiefs under one wing. This wing with a different number is shown in Philip Martin's book on page 222. Here is a chance to have one until an original comes along.

          WWI British Submarine Officer Badge Sterling, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1423G
          Sale Price: $49.95
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            In WWI no real badge existed for the Submarine crews, some jewelers in England made them for the British crews. This is a reproduction in Sterling Silver of one of the more famious badges. This is the Officer badge with a Gold Plating on the sterling. 1 7/8" wide

            WWII CAA Collar Insignia Wright Flyer Sterling, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1449
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              WWII CAA Collar Insignia Wright Flyer Sterling by Weingarten GalleryItem Number: P-1449This is an extremely rare set of CAA Collar insignia. I have been searching for two years to fins these. These are gold plated on sterling and were worn with P-1326 which is the CAA Pilot wings both have the Wright Flyer design.

              WWII CAA Hat Badge Sterling, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1237
              Sale Price: $89.95
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                WWII CAA Hat Badge Sterling by Weingarten GalleryItem Number: P-1237In World War II many pilots had to be trained. Part of that training was accomplished by civilians. The Civil Aeronautics Authority War Training Service was one of the best know of the civilian training services and they did wear uniforms that look at lot the regular army. They even had insignia. This is a sterling silver reproduction of the Pilot hat Insignia. Theses are shown on pages 329-330 of More Silver Wings, Pinks and...

                WWII CAA indian Head Collar Insignia sterling, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1236
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                  WWII CAA indian Head Collar Insignia sterling by Weingarten GalleryItem Number: P-1236In World War II many pilots had to be trained. Part of that training was accomplished by civilians. The Civil Aeronautics Authority War Training Service was one of the best know of the civilian training services and they did wear uniforms that look at lot the regular army. They even had insignia. This is a sterling silver reproduction of the two collar insignia. Theses are shown on pages 329-330 of More...

                  WWII CAA Pilots Wing Sterling, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1235
                  Sale Price: $84.95
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                    WWII CAA Pilots Wing Sterling by Weingarten GalleryItem Number: P-1235In World War II many pilots had to be trained. Part of that training was accomplished by civilians. The Civil Aeronautics Authority War Training Service was one of the best know of the civilian training services and they did wear uniforms that look at lot the regular army. They even had insignia. This is a sterling silver reproduction of the Pilot wings. Theses are shown on pages 329-330 of More Silver Wings, Pinks and...

                    WWII CAA War Traning Service Lapel Pin Sterling, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1846
                    Sale Price: $29.95
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                      WWII CAA War Traning Service Lapel Pin Sterling by Weingarten GalleryItem Number: P-1846WWII CAA War Traning Service Lapel Pin Sterling Silver

                      WWII CAA Wright Pilot Training Wing Sterling, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1326
                      Sale Price: $79.95
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                        WWII CAA Wright Pilot Training Wing Sterling by Weingarten GalleryItem Number: P-1326In World War II many pilots had to be trained. Part of that training was accomplished by civilians. The Civil Aeronautics Authority War Training Service was one of the best know of the civilian training services and they did wear uniforms that look at lot the regular army. They even had insignia. This is a sterling silver reproduction of the rare Wright Brothers version Pilot wings.

                        WWII Instructor Hat badge Sterling, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1238
                        Sale Price: $94.95
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                          WWII Instructor Hat badge Sterling by Weingarten GalleryItem Number: P-1238In World War II many pilots had to be trained. Part of that training was accomplished by civilians. The Civilian Contract Flight Instructor's Insignia was worn on uniforms that looked the same as US Army Air Corp. The difference was the insignia and that they were under contract. This is a sterling silver reproduction of the hat wings. Theses are shown on pages 337 of More Silver Wings, Pinks and Greens.

                          WWII WASP Pilot Reunion Wing Sterling, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1573
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                            WWII WASP Pilot Reunion Wing Sterling by Weingarten GalleryItem Number: P-1573WW II Women's Air Force Service Pilots Reunion Wings. These are a very well made replica of the WASP Reunion Wing in Sterling Silver in the 1960's for the WASP Reunions. These wings are 2 3/4 inches and has a pin back as did the original with STERLING in a raised letters. The WWII WASP wings were clutch backs and for the reunions that made them in pin back to keep separate which were which. This is backwards of most...