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WWI French 1909 Bleriot Sterling Pin, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1534
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    This is a museum quality reproduction of a very rare French pin frombefore World War One. The Bleriot was the first aircraft to fly across the English Channel. Aviation was a big thing in France at that time with a lot more people interested in it than in the United States. Many people wore Souvenir Badges such as this one. Airmen were hero' to the people in that era. Afterall how many flew and how many died.

    WWI French Cadet Pilot Sterling, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1482
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      This is a museum quality reproduction of a very rare French wing fromthe World War One. The original dates from 1916 making it one of the first wings used with the 1913 US Military Aviator being the first. This reproduction is hallmarked 5837 on the back and. 925. This same wing with a gold plated star and wing is the badge of an Observer.. A picture of this wing can be found in French Military Aeronautical Branch Badges up to 1918 By Philippe Bartlett on page 347, Figure 5.

      WWI 1916 French Licensed Pilot Wings, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1497
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        This is a museum quality reproduction of a very rare French wing from World War One. The original dates from 1916 making it one of the first wings used with the 1913 US Military Aviator being the first. This reproduction is hallmarked 19588 with a script B in an oval on the back and. 925. Both the wing and star are gold plated. A picture of this wing can be found in French Military Aeronautical Branch Badges up to 1918 By Philippe Bartlett on page 346.

        French 94th Aero Squadron Charm Sterling, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1821C
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          One of the most distinctive squadron designs of WWI was the grim reaper of the 94th Aero Squadron. This is a museum quality reproduction of a charm that was worn by members of the 94th after the war. This charm is 3/4 of an inch wide. I do not know if was for reunions or just as a sign of their service. This orginal that was copied was recently found in France.

          French 94th Aero Squadron Lapel Sterling, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1821L
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            One of the most distinctive squadron designs of WWI was the grim reaper of the 94th Aero Squadron. This is a museum quality reproduction of a lapel pin that was worn by members of the 94th after the war. This charm is 3/4 of an inch wide. I do not know if was for reunions or just as a sign of their service. This orginal that was copied was recently found in France.

            WWI Aviation Collar Insignia, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1605
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              This is a museum quality reproduction of a set of WWI Aviation Officer collar insignia made in sterling silver. The history behind this set is unknown. But from the design they look French made. Note how the center of the prop looks very realistic, with bolts, not found on many of the collar insignia but found on some French insignia. They do not have any hallmarks other than sterling. They are very good looking and would be an extremely good looking item in any WWI display. This is for a set...

              WWI French Aviation Militaire Sterling, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1491
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                This is a museum quality reproduction of a very rare French pin fromthe World War One era. Aviation was a big thing in France at that time with a lot more people interested in it than in the United States. During the War many people wore Souvenir Badges such as this oneshown on page 351 of French Military Aeronautical Branch Badges up to 1918 By Philippe Bartlett, Figure 15, made in sterling silver.

                WWI Era French Aero Club de France Sterling Pin, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1485
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                  This is a sterling silver museum quality reproduction of a very rare French pin from the World War One era. Aviation was a big thing in France at that time with a lot more people interested in it than in the United States. People join groups and clubs to follow and discuss aviation. One of the most significant clubs was the Aeronautical Club of France with its lapel pin. The pin has the Montgolfier Balloon in the top center and then a regular and a military one. The only thing missing is an...

                  WWI French SPA 37, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-2016
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                    During WWI almost all of the French squadrons had symbols painted on their aircraft and then also had metal pins made to wear as wings on their uniforms, so these are very rare as not many pilots were in any one squadron. Some of the photos show 15-20 pilots in a squadron. This is a sterling reproduction of the SPA 37 Condor with outspread wings, braced to pounce on the enemy. They started out as MS37 in January 1915 under the command of Captain Quillien. In July they became N37 and in January...

                    WWI French Aircrew Wings Sterling, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1742
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                      This is a sterling silver museum quality reproduction of a rare non-regulation badge for aircrews both for aircraft and airships including bombardiers, machine gunners, gunners, photographers and mechanics. This wing can be found on page 347, figure 13 ofFrench Military Aeronautical Branch Badges up to 1918 By Philippe Bartlett. It has a wingspan of 2 inches.

                      WWI French Airship Pilot Sterling, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1741
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                        This is a museum quality reproduction of a very rare 1917 badge for Officers licensed as an Airship Pilot. I can't even begin to think how many there were or how many lived to tell tall tails. This badge is shown inFrench Military Aeronautical Branch Badges up to 1918 By Philippe Bartlett on page 346 figure 2. This wing was authorized in November 1916. It has a wing span of 2 inches and is sterling with gold plate.

                        WWI French Badge Air Companies Sterling/Gold, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1716
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                          This is a museum quality reproduction of a very rare French badge wing from the World War One. The Air Companies used unofficial badges/ wings for designations and these are very rare.. A picture of this badge / wing can be found in French Military Aeronautical Branch Badges up to 1918 By Philippe Bartlett on page 349, figure 5. This reproduction is made in sterling silver with a 24k gold plate. It has the correct loops on the back for sewing onto the uniform. The wing is 2. 9 inches wide.

                          WWI French Badge Air Companies Sterling/Gold, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1717
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                            This is a museum quality reproduction of a very rare French badge wing from the World War One. The Air Companies used unofficial badges/ wings for designations and these are very rare.. A picture of this badge / wing can be found in French Military Aeronautical Branch Badges up to 1918 By Philippe Bartlett on page 349, figure 2. This reproduction is made in sterling silver with a 24k gold plate. It has the correct loops on the back for sewing onto the uniform. The badge is 2 5/8 inches wide.

                            WWI French Br 283 Squadron Badge, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1878
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                              This is a museum quality reproduction ofa very rare French wing from World War One. On 8 March 1918 squadron SOP 283 was formed, but it was short lived and by 3 Juneit became Br 283 andwas disbanded on 31 December 1918, not even one year in existence. A few other items of interest on the side of an aircraft as shown on page 459 ofLes escadrilles de l'aeronautique militarure francaise is the word "PHOTO" and this squadron was under thecommand of one person during its entire existence Ltt...

                              WWI French Pilot Wings Reaper, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1475
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                                During WWI almost all of the French squadrons had symbols painted on their aircraft and then also had metal pins made to wear as wings on their uniforms, so these are very rare as not many pilots were in any one squadron. Some of the photos show 15-20 pilots in a squadron. One of the most sort after wings is called the Grim Reaper but the actual name is "Death the Reaper" Pilot Wing of SPAD 94. This wing was Adopted in Feb 1918 and can be found in French Military Aeronautical Branch Badges up...

                                WWI French Dirigible Trainee Sterling, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1850T
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                                  This is a museum quality reproduction of a very rare French wing fromthe 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 have gotten a solid gold badge. This is the trainee version of the badge.

                                  WWI French Dirigible Observer Sterling, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1850
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                                    This is a museum quality reproduction of a very rare French wing fromthe 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 have gotten a solid gold badge. This is the gold plated version.

                                    WWI French Pilot Wing Mess Dress Sterling, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1473
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                                      This is a museum quality reproduction of a very rare French wing fromthe World War One. The original dates from 1916 making it one of the first wings used with the 1913 US Military Aviator being the first. This reproduction is hallmarked. 925. This wing is a little different than most French wings, in that the center looks a lot like the US Pilot collar insignia and in fact has a wing span of 1 3/4 inches as did some of the US insignia. A picture of this wing can be found in French Military...

                                      WWI French Navy Aircrew Wing Sterling, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1851
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                                        This is a museum quality reproduction of a very rare 1917 badge for a French Naval Aircrew. It has a wing span of 2 inches and is sterling with gold plate.

                                        WWI French Airship Pilot Wings Sterling, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1740
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                                          This is a museum quality reproduction of a very rare 1917 badge for Officers licensed as a Naval Airship Pilot. I can't even begin to think how many there were or how many lived to tell tall tails. This badge is shown inFrench Military Aeronautical Branch Badges up to 1918 By Philippe Bartlett on page 348 figure 2. It has a wing span of 2 inches and is sterling with gold plate.

                                          WWI French Navy Pilot Wing Badge Sterling, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1852
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                                            This is a museum quality reproduction of a very rare 1917 badge for Officers licensed as a NavalPilot. This badge is shown inFrench Military Aeronautical Branch Badges up to 1918 By Philippe Bartlett on page 348 figure3. It has a wing span of 2 inches and is sterling with gold plate highlights.

                                            WWI French Pilot Cocotle de LEscadrille 11, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1487
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                                              This is a museum quality sterling silver reproduction of a very rare French wing from the World War One. Many French Pilots wore a squadron badge on their uniform sort of like the DI's of today. This is from Squadron 11 also known as "Cocotle de L'Escadrille 11. " A picture of this wing can be found in French Military Aeronautical Branch Badges up to 1918 By Philippe Bartlett on page 351, figure 18.

                                              WWI French Squadron Pin Sterling, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1474
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                                                This is a museum quality reproduction of this airplane pin. A picture of this pin can be found in French Military Aeronautical Branch Badges up to 1918 By Philippe Bartlett on pages351 Figure 17. This is extremely rare and this museum quality reproduction may as close to the real one most of theworld' collectors every get ...

                                                WWI French Pilot Eagle Pin Sterling, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1480
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                                                  In the 1880' in France it was very popular to wear a golden eagle pin with a size 6 pocket watch (Smallest size made) attached to a loop on the bottom of the pin. The ladies could then pivot the watch and see what time it was. After all they didn't have pockets and the wrist watch was still 30 years away. In World War I the French Pilots used a varity of pins and badges for their uniforms to show they were pilots. One of the more popular ones were the 1880' Golden Eagles without the watches....

                                                  WWI French SPA 103 Pilot Wing Sterling, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1679
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                                                    During WWI many French squadrons had symbols painted ion their aircraft and then also had metal pins made to wear as wings on their uniforms, so these are very rare as not many pilots were in any one squadron. Some of the photos show 15-20 pilots in a squadron. This is a rather unusual stork in flight with its wings high and was called the "FONCK's. " Two versions of this stork existed. The first was in gold with two loops on the back and the second shown here was silver. This was called the...

                                                    French WWI SPA 26 pilot wing sterling, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1678
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                                                      During WWI many French squadrons had symbols painted ion their aircraft and then also had metal pins made to wear as wings on their uniforms, so these are very rare as not many pilots were in any one squadron. Some of the photos show 15-20 pilots in a squadron. This pin was one of two designs used by the SPA 26, which was established on 26 August 1914 under the command of Captain Jannerod. It only had four Morane Saulnier Parasol type L aircraft. Its sole mission was reconnaissance. A picture...

                                                      WWI French Nungesser Pilot Pin Sterling, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1533
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                                                        During WWI France Pilots were a daring bunch. Charles Nungesser was an ace with 43 victories. During WWI he suffered a fractured skull, two broken legs, a smashed arm, a multiple-fractured jaw, a scorched foot, and a burned hand - these were some of the seventeen injuries that Charles Nungesser suffered while flying for France in the First World War. A dashing, devil-may-care pilot of legend, he was reputed to have spent more time in the hospital and in various women's beds than he did in the...

                                                        WWI French Stock Pin Sterling, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1477
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                                                          Many of the French Pilots wore birds on their uniforms, two of the most popular designs were either an eagle or a Stork. This stork is rather rare in design in that it has its head more up than most. Also this is a rather small one at 1 1/2 inches wide. A picture of this wing can be found in French Military Aeronautical Branch Badges up to 1918 By Philippe Bartlett on pages351 Figure 3. Different stork designs were used by allPilots inCombat Group 12. All squadrons in that combat group were...

                                                          WWI French Eagle Wing Badge Sterling, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1479
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                                                            In the 1880' in France it was very popular to wear a golden eagle pin with a size 6-pocket watch (Smallest size made) attached to a loop on the bottom of the pin. The ladies could then pivot the watch and see what time it was. After all they didn't have pockets and the wristwatch was still 30 years away. In World War I the French Pilots used a variety of pins and badges for their uniforms to show they were pilots. One of the more popular ones was the 1880' Golden Eagles without the watches....

                                                            WWI French Pilot Wing Eagle FIX Sterling/Gold, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1489
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                                                              In the 1880' in France it was very popular to wear a golden eagle pin with a size 6 pocket watch (Smallest size made) attached to a loop on the bottom of the pin. The ladies could then pivot the watch and see what time it was. After all they didn't have pockets and the wrist watch was still 30 years away. In World War I the French Pilots used a variety of pins and badges for their uniforms to show they were pilots. One of the more popular ones were the 1880' Golden Eagles without the watches....

                                                              WWI French Question Mark on US Collar Sterling, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1490
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                                                                WWI French Qusetion Mark on an America Style Collar Insignia in Sterling Silevrmade in a museum quality reproduction. During WWI many French squadrons had symbols painted ion their aircraft and then also had metal pins made to wear as wings on their unifroms, so these are very rare as not many pilots were in any one squadron. Some of the photos show 15-20 pilots in a sqardron. SAL 16 in the beginning each pilot had their own winged question mark design, some even just a question mark. Later...

                                                                WWI French Question Mark Sterling, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1492
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                                                                  WWI French Question Mark on an America Style Collar Insignia in Sterling Silver made in a museum quality reproduction. During WWI many French squadrons had symbols painted ion their aircraft and then also had metal pins made to wear as wings on their uniforms, so these are very rare as not many pilots were in any one squadron. Some of the photos show 15-20 pilots in a squadron. A number of the squadron used the question mark design. These wings can be found in French Military Aeronautical...

                                                                  SAL 14 Pin, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1963
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                                                                    During WWI many French squadrons had symbols painted ion their aircraft and then also had metal pins made to wear as wings on their uniforms, so these are very rare as not many pilots were in any one squadron. Some of the photos show 15-20 pilots in a squadron. This is a museum quality reproduction pin was used by SAL 14 in sterling silver. The squadron was formed in 1913 as V13, which became VB1 and then DO14, but not for long as it became DO14 and finally SAL 14. Just as it changed names so...

                                                                    SPA 15 Pin, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1976
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                                                                      During WWI many French squadrons had symbols painted ion their aircraft and then also had metal pins made to wear as wings on their uniforms, so these are very rare as not many pilots were in any one squadron. Some of the photos show 15-20 pilots in a squadron. This is a museum quality reproduction pin was used by SPA 15 and is known as the Helmet of Bayard. The wing is 60mm wide and is almost a 1/2 an ounce of silver. It has a brass pin and is hallmarked 800. This squadron was established in...

                                                                      WWI French SPA 151 Pilot Wing Sterling, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1493
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                                                                        During WWI many French squadrons had symbols painted ion their aircraft and then also had metal pins made to wear as wings on their uniforms, so these are very rare as not many pilots were in any one squadron. Some of the photos show 15-20 pilots in a squadron. This pin was used by the SPA 151, which was established in Jun 1917 as N151 and became SPA 151 on 17 December 1917. They disbanded on 3 April 1919. This is a rather unusual wing for a few reasons, first it is a seagull and not a stork...

                                                                        WWI French Hat badge SPA 81 Sterling, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1735
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                                                                          During WWI many French squadrons had symbols painted ion their aircraft and then also had metal pins made to wear as wings on their uniforms, so these are very rare as not many pilots were in any one squadron. Some of the photos show 15-20 pilots in a squadron. This pin was used by the SPA 81, which was established in December 1916 as Squadron N81 and in April 1917 it became SPA 81. This is the second insignia used by this squadron. The first was a greyhound chasing a hare. A drawnig of this...

                                                                          WWI Pilot Stork Pin Sterling, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1486
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                                                                            Many of the French Pilots wore birds on their uniforms, two of the most popular designs were either an eagle or a Stork. This stork is rather rare in design in that it has its head more up than most. Also this is a rather small one at 1 1/2 inches wide. A picture of this wing can be found in French Military Aeronautical Branch Badges up to 1918 By Philippe Bartlett on pages351 Figure 1. Different stork designs were used by allPilots inCombat Group 12. All squadrons in that combat group were...

                                                                            WWI French SPA 26 Pin Sterling, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1478
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                                                                              During WWI many French squadrons had symbols painted ion their aircraft and then also had metal pins made to wear as wings on their uniforms, so these are very rare as not many pilots were in any one squadron. Some of the photos show 15-20 pilots in a squadron. Pilot Wings of SPAD 26. These wings were Adopted on 26 August 1914and can be found in French Military Aeronautical Branch Badges up to 1918 By Philippe Bartlett on Page 87. This is extremely rare and this museum quality reproduction may...

                                                                              WWI French Pilot Stork Sterling, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1488
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                                                                                WWI French Pilot Stork Sterling by Weingarten GalleryItem Number: P-1488This is a museum quality reproduction of a WWI French Sqadron Wing in sterling silver.SPA 167 was formed on 1 September 1918 and attached to Combat Group 12, the 'stork' group. They flew Spad VII and XIII aircraft under the command of Lieutentand de Romanet. The stork insignia was designed by Second-Lieutemant LeChevalier. The squadron was disbanded on 8 April 1919.

                                                                                WWI French Pilot Stork with Cross Sterling, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1495
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                                                                                  This 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 8, 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 from the beak of the stork. The stork is considered a good luck sign in France. Since this is...

                                                                                  WWI French - Pilot Pin Sterling, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1481
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                                                                                    This is another one of the many Question mark wigs favored by French World War I Pilots. What is interesting is that the originals were made by soldering the question mark onto an American styleCollar Insignia.. A picture of this collar insignia can be found in French Military Aeronautical Branch Badges up to 1918 By Philippe Bartlett on page349, Figure 9. They call this an Egyptian Style wing. This was also used by SAL 16 both with the number 16 attached or without them. This is a museum...

                                                                                    WWI French Stork Pin Sterling, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1496
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                                                                                      Many of the French Pilots wore birds on their uniforms, two of the most popular designs were either an eagle or a Stork. This stork is rather rare in design in that it is facing towards the right on the uniform and most of them faced left. Also this is a rather small one at 1 1/4 inches. A picture of this wing can be found in French Military Aeronautical Branch Badges up to 1918 By Philippe Bartlett on pages351 Figure 16. Different stork designs were used by allPilots inCombat Group 12. All...

                                                                                      WWI French Pilots Wing Stork in Sterling, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1476
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                                                                                        Many of the French Pilots wore birds on their uniforms, two of the most popular designs were the eagle and Stork. This stork is rather rare in design in that it is facing towards the right on the uniform and most of them faced left. A picture of this wing can be found in French Military Aeronautical Branch Badges up to 1918 By Philippe Bartlett on pages351 Figure 11. Different stork designs were used by allPilots inCombat Group 12. All squadrons in that combat group were required to use a...

                                                                                        WWI French Pilot Stork Sterling GP, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1483
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                                                                                          Many of the French Pilots wore birds on their uniforms, two of the most popular designs were the eagle and Stork. This stork is rather rare in design in that it is facing towards the right on the uniform and most of them faced left. A picture of this wing can be found in French Military Aeronautical Branch Badges up to 1918 By Philippe Bartlett on pages351 Figure 5. Different stork designs were used by allPilots inCombat Group 12. All squadrons in that combat group were required to use a stork...

                                                                                          WWI French SAL 22 Pilot Squadron Sterling, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1862
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                                                                                            This is a museum quality reproduction of a very rare French wing fromthe World War One. On 4 August 1914 squadron DO22 was formed, but it was short lived and by 20 August it became MF22 flying over Belgium and Luxemberg. In July 1917 the squadron was moved to Italy to aid the Italian Army and became AR22. It was during this time frame they were asked to design a squadron emblem. They opted for the Roman She-wolf, a perfect symbol of the aid they had brought to their brothers in arms. In July...

                                                                                            WWI French SAL 28, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1946
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                                                                                              This is a museum quality reproduction of a very rare French Pilotbadge wing fromthe World War One. This squadron was first established in September 1914 as HF28. On 8 January 1915 it became C 28 and became SAL 28 in January 1918. They did not have a squadron emblem until the end of 1917 when Pilot-Lieutenant Arnard was inspired by an advertisement for cigarette paper "Le Nil" and chose the elephant. This insignia is 1 7/16 inch in diameter. The suaadron disbanded on 16 July 1919.

                                                                                              WWI French SAL 39 Squadron Badge Sterling, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1762
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                                                                                                This is a museum quality reproduction of a very rare French Pilotbadge wing fromthe World War One in sterling silver. This squadron was first established on 2 August 1914 and became C39 in Feb 1915, then in Oct 1917 it became SOP 39 and finally SAL 39 on 14 Feb 1918. The letters indicate the type of aircraft they used. SAL is for Salmson. OK Why is the rabbit blowing a trumpet- I have no idea. This badge is 1 1/8 inch in diameter and has loop backs. A picture of this badge / wing can be found...

                                                                                                WWI French SAL 51 Stering, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1947
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                                                                                                Weingarten Gallery Item #: P-1947 -

                                                                                                  This is a museum quality reproduction of a very rare French Pilotbadge wing fromthe World War One made in sterling silver with a 24k gold plate. This squadron was formed from C11 to become C51 on 11 March 1915, then SAL 51 on 17 December 1918 and disbanded on 10 July 1919. Not much is known about the squadron except they did have three victories.

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