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Womens Air Force Service Pilot Wing 319th W1

An embroidered WASP wing in bullion This is an odd piece, clearly has age but I cannot pin down a date and I have no reference on it.
Measures 4 1/2" x 1 1/2"

Code: 51075


WWII U.S. Army Air Force - Navigator WIng

A good example of the Air Navigator wing, pin back with safety catch, sterling silver.

Code: 53484

75.00 GBP

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WWII U.S. Army Air Force - Pilot WIng

A good period Pilot wing by Amico in sterling silver, pin back with safety catch.

Full size at 3"

Code: 53483


WWII US Army Air Force - Bombardier Wing

An Air Bombardier wing, sterling silver, pin back with safety catch maker marked by Meyer NY.

Full size 3"

Code: 53482

80.00 GBP

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WWII USAAF Combat Observer Wing - English Made

An English made Combat Observer wing by JR Gaunt London, pin back, some age and service wear to the front see images. Pin back. Scarce original.

Measures 3 1/8"

The Combat Observer Badge was issued to co-pilots, navigators, and flight support personnel who had received a variation in the training required for the standard Pilot's Badge.

Code: 53401

135.00 GBP

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WWII USAAF Shirt Size Pilot Wing

A good period shirt size pilot wing, measures 2" with pin back fitting complete with safety catch, maker marked NS Meyer NY.

Code: 53454

35.00 GBP

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WWII USAAF Senior Balloon Pilot Wing - English Made Firmin London

This one is an extremely rare English made Senior Balloon Pilot wing. Made and maker marked by Firmin of London.
Pin back in almost mint condition high quality period strike.

Measures 3 1/8"

Code: 53406

875.00 GBP

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USAAF Balloon Pilot Wing - English Made Firmin London

One of the rarest wings an original English made maker marked Firmin London. Pin back high quality strike.

Measures 3 1/8"

The Balloon Pilot Badge is a military badge of the United States Armed Forces which was issued during the First and Second World Wars. The badge was issued by both the United States Army and the U.S. Air Force, with the Navy equivalent known as the Dirigible Pilot Badge.

Originally known as the Aeronaut Badge, the Balloon Pilot Badge was created in 1918 and awarded to pilots of military observation balloons. The badge consisted of a balloon centered on a standard Pilot's Badge and was issued in two degrees. The senior degree of the Aeronaut Badge was denoted by a star centered above the winged balloon.

The Aeronaut Badge was awarded under the authority of the United States Army Air Service and the United States Army Air Corps until the mid-1930s. The badge was then redesignated the Balloon Pilot Badge and, during the Second World War, was issued by the Army Air Forces. Like its predecessor, the Balloon Pilot Badge was issued in junior and senior degrees.

Code: 53405

700.00 GBP

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WWII USAAF Command Pilot Wing - English Made Gaunt

A rare English made High ranking officer's
Command pilot wing pin back marker marked by JR Gaunt London, pin back. Age and service wear see images.

Measures 3"

Awarded to pilots with minimum 15 years as rated pilot, and
permanent award of senior pilot rating, and 3000 total hours

Code: 53402


WWII USAAF Senior Pilot Wing - English Made by Firmin

A great example of an English made Senior Pilot wing, maker marked by Firmin London. Pin back, high quality and detailed strike.

Measures 3"

SENIOR PILOT established on 23 December 1937.
Required not less than 5 years service as a rated Pilot with aviation components of the military or naval services and not less than 1,500 hours logged flight time according to War Department records. Only seen on fairly senior Majors and higher rank fliers during WWII.

Code: 53403


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