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Here is an early WWII RNZAF Pilot wing. Its a been there condition with heavy service wear. Flat example.
Measures 3 7/8"
An RAF Officer's cap badge on woven hat band. All metal example in very good near mint condition.
A RAAF pilot wing in near mint condition, flat example with embroidered red crown.
Measures 4 5/8"
A RCAF shoulder title in good condition.
Measures 3 1/2" x 1 5/16"
A RAF Pathfinder badge, pin back with safety clasp and marked sterling silver on the back.
Measures 2 1/8" x 9/16"
Here is an NSFK Flyers Corps badge. Pin back example maker marked by Rob Neff Berlin. In good condition with some age and wear, slight mark on right side of the blue enamel.
Bodenieitstelle Berlin 1938
A good WWII Third Reich German Nurses Badge. Pin back and maker marked G.T.D. and 73. Enamel is good.
Here is a WWI German Iron Cross, clam shell screw back example in good condition with some age and wear.
Scarce CBI Expert Gunner Badge CBI Group consisting of the following items:-
1.Commendation Certificate to Sgt Frederick Wessler. signed with the chop mark Ho-Yin Chin Supreme Commander of the Chinese Army and counter signed by Major-General Robert B McClure. In good condition with some folds and creases. Measures 15"x10"
2. A scarce brass expert gunner badge, two piece with a pin back fitting and in good condition. Measures 2 1/2" x 1 3/4"
3. A cotton printed CBI patch with a T5 rank patch.
4. US and Artillery enlisted collars and a three piece ribbon bar with pin back fitting.
5. Photograph American and Chinese Officers of the 2nd Battalion 5th Regiment Field Artillery.
A good and scarce CBI group.
Here is a boxed DFC in good condiion with spare medal ribbon but missing lapel button.
The Distinguished Flying Cross was established in the Air Corps Act (Act of Congress, 2 July 1926, Public Law No. 446, 69th Congress). This act provided for award "to any person, while serving in any capacity with the Air Corps of the Army of the United States, including the National Guard and the Organized Reserves, or with the United States Navy, since the 6th day of April 1917, has distinguished, or who, after the approval of this Act, distinguishes himself by heroism or extraordinary achievement while participating in an aerial flight."
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