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Fine Military pins from Weingarten Gallery. Weingarten Gallery was founded in 1967 to manufacturer fine jewelry in Dayton OH, a few years later the Director of the Air Force Museum asked if they could make a charm of the 1903 Wright Flyer in Sterling Silver. This lead to over 450 charms, tie tacks, and military/USAF insignia offered today including very high quality reproductions of US Wings from the first 1913 wings to WWI and II and even a few current wings for the Airman who wants to wear real silver. All items are made in sterling silver and 14k Gold only. In 2003 Weingarten Gallery was authorized by the Department of Defense to manufacture current military insignia under the hallmark "W-32." Insignia are made only in sterling silver and 14k gold for those who care to wear only the best.


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Vietnam Junk Force Sterling, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1359
Vietnamese "Junk Force" Riverine beret badge, Sterling Sale Price: $89.95
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    This is a museum quality reproduction in sterling silver of a Vietnamese "JUNK FORCE" Riverine beret badge,for the enlisted personnel. A nice period looking piece with a crude pin back device to attach to the beret the same as the original. These are not a very common badge from Vietnam, yet the men who wore this were in a very danergious job. A great item for your collection until a real one cmes along. Most of the copies of this badge are a very thin sheet metal this is a very heavy badge at...

    WW II Chaplain Paratrooper Wing Sterling Pin Back, Gold Plated Latin Cross, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-2237G
    WW II Chaplain Paratrooper Wing Sterling Pin Back, Gold Plated Latin Cross Sale Price: $69.95
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    Item #: P-2237G -

      This is a museum quality reproduction of a World War II Christian Chaplain Paratrooper Badge. The cross on this badge is called the Latin Cross. This reproduction is sterling but the cross is a 24 karat gold plate. This badge is a very nice filler until a real one can be found or if you are a reenactor this is the perfect answer.

      General Uniform Clutch Back Pin, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1200C
      WWII 5 Star General Rank, Army, Air Force Sterling Sale Price: $79.95
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      Item #: P-1200C -

        This is a museum quality reproduction of a set of WWII 5 star rank of the uniform size made in sterling silver. A set of two insignia rank for General of the Army, also same one used for General of the Air Forces. This size was never used by the Navy as they have shoulder boards. Sold in a set of two and available as a clutch back

        WWII US Army Flight Nurse sterling w gold, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1508
        WWII Pasquale Nurse wing, Sterling Silver Pin Back Sale Price: $69.95
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        Item #: P-1508 -

          This is a WWII Army Air Corps Flight nurse wing that is 2 inches wide with a pin back and rather rare. This is a museum quality reproduction made in Sterling Silver. This wing was also made with a gold plate as a Type I and then as this one which is called the Type II. If you collect nurse wings, you will want one of these.

          101st Airborne  Sterling Silver Charm by Weingarten Gallery Item Number: P-2324
          101st Airborne Sterling Silver Charm Sale Price: $19.95
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          Item #: P-2324 -

            This is a sterling silver charm of the 101st Airborne insignia. The charm is 3/4 inch tall and comes with a sterling split ring so it can be added to a bracelet without soldering.

            10th Special Forces 1950s beret badge Sterling Silver, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1965
            10th Special Forces 1950's beret badge Sterling Silver Sale Price: $74.95
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            Item #: P-1965 -

              10th Special Forces Group - The first DI made for the 10th SF was made by a jeweler in Germany when the group first deployed in the 1950'. This is an exact museum quality reproduction of that badge in sterling silver and is now being worn by current members of the 10th in the combat zone. We are the ones making the badge for the brave men of the 10th. Original of this badge are extremely rare. But here is a chance of getting the 2009-2010 copy of the badge as it is now being worn. ...

              10th Special Forces 1950s beret badge Sterling Silver Charm, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-2176C
              10th Special Forces 1950's beret badge Sterling Silver Charm Sale Price: $21.95
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              Item #: P-2176C -

                10th Special Forces Group - The first DI made for the 10th SF was made by a jeweler in Germany when the group first deployed in the 1950'. This is an exact museum quality reproduction of a stick pin that was made by the original designer but converted to a charm. This comes with a sterling split ring so you can place it on a chram bracelet or make into a pendant.

                10th Special Forces 1950s beret badge Sterling Silver Cuff Links, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-2176CL
                10th Special Forces 1950's beret badge Sterling Silver Cuff Links Sale Price: $74.95
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                  10th Special Forces Group - The first DI made for the 10th SF was made by a jeweler in Germany when the group first deployed in the 1950'. This is an exact museum quality reproduction of a stick pin that was made by the original designer but converted to Cuff Links. This would be perect for Mess Dress uniform or a Tux.

                  10th Special Forces 1950s beret badge Sterling Silver Necklace by Weingarten Gallery Item Number: P-2176N
                  10th Special Forces 1950's beret badge Sterling Silver Necklace Sale Price: $39.95
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                  Item #: P-2176N -

                    10th Special Forces Group - The first DI made for the 10th SF was made by a jeweler in Germany when the group first deployed in the 1950'. This is an exact museum quality reproduction of a stick pin that was made by the original designer but converted to a pendant.

                    10th Special Forces 1950s beret badge Sterling Silver Tie Tack, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-2176T
                    10th Special Forces 1950's beret badge Sterling Silver Tie Tack Sale Price: $22.95
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                    Item #: P-2176T -

                      10th Special Forces Group - The first DI made for the 10th SF was made by a jeweler in Germany when the group first deployed in the 1950's. This is an exact museum quality reproduction of a stick pin that was made by the original designer but converted to a tie tack. Can also be worn as a lapel pin.

                      1840s Colonel War Eagle sterling, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1683
                      1840's Colonel War Eagle sterling Sale Price: $49.95
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                      Item #: P-1683 -

                        This is a museum quality reproduction of a very rare Colonel pin from around 1840. It is rather large with a wingspan of 2 3/4 inches. This Eagle is shown as figure 166 in American Military Insignia 1800-1851 by J Duncan Campbell and Edgar M Howell published in 1963. This would be a very rare insignia in any collection and if you collect Eagles, this would be a perfect addition to your collection. The pin is made in sterling silver with a 24k gold plate. As was the custom they only wore one...

                        1870s USMC EGA Officer Insignia Sterling, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1934
                        1870's USMC EGA Officer Insignia Sterling Sale Price: $39.95
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                        Item #: P-1934 -

                          Sterling Silver museum quality reproduction of a USMC Officer Collar EGA from the 1870's. We only have one side of this set hoping some day to find a match. Some Officers wore the same facing on both sides in that era. Order two if you want a set.