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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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SpanAm US Officer Collar Sterling GP, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1815
1898 SPAN AM US ARMY OFFICER SEW ON GILT EAGLE STERLING Sale Price: $79.95
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    This is a museum quality reproduction of a Spanish American war era, sew-on, 1898 to 1902 coat eagle with "wings down. " Gilt on sterling silver. Measures approximately 1 1/4" high and 1" across. Thisreproduction is made in sterling silver with a 24 karat gold plate. Officers below the grade of colonel wore an eagle on the shoulder straps. Generals and colonels wore the eagle on the collar, with only the rank on the shoulder straps.

    1898 Span Am US Army Volunteer Gilt on Sterling collar, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-2022
    1898 Span Am US Army Volunteer Gilt on Sterling collar Sale Price: $59.95
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    Item #: P-2022 -

      This is a museum qualitiy reprodution of Spanish American War Volunteer Collar insignia Sterling with 24k Gold plate for a set of two.

      1898 Span AM US Army Officer Sew On Gilt Eagle Brass, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-2024B
      1898 Spanish American War Us Army Officer Sew On Gilt Eagle, Brass Sale Price: $49.95
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      Item #: P-2024B -

        This is a museum quality reproduction of a Spanish American war era set, sew-on, 1898 to 1902 coat eagle with "wings down. " Gilt on brass. Measures approximately 1 1/4" high and 1" across. This reproduction is made in brass with a 24 karat gold plate. Officers below the grade of colonel wore an eagle on the shoulder straps. Generals and colonels wore the eagle on the collar, with only the rank on the shoulder straps. You are buying a set of two insignia one right and one left.

        1898 Span AM US Army Officer Sew On Gilt Eagle Sterling, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-2024
        1898 Spanish American War US Army Officer Sew On Gilt Eagle, Sterling Sale Price: $79.95
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        Item #: P-2024 -

          This is a museum quality reproduction of a Spanish American war era set, sew-on, 1898 to 1902 coat eagle with "wings down. " Gilt on sterling silver. Measures approximately 1 1/4" high and 1" across. This reproduction is made in sterling silver with a 24 karat gold plate. Officers below the grade of colonel wore an eagle on the shoulder straps. Generals and colonels wore the eagle on the collar, with only the rank on the shoulder straps. You are buying a set of two insignia one right and one...

          1909 Wright Brothers Homecoming Pin Sterling, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1230
          1909 Wright Brothers Homecoming Pin Sterling Sale Price: $64.95
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            1909 Wright Brothers Homecoming Pin Sterling by Weingarten GalleryItem Number: P-1230

            1909 Wright Brothers Homecoming Swallow Coin Sterling, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1255
            1909 Wright Brothers Homecoming Swallow Coin Sterling Sale Price: $44.95
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            Item #: P-1255 -

              This is a museum quality handmade exact museum quality reproduction in Sterling Silver of the very rare Wright Brothers Swallow Coin for the 1909 Welcome Home Celebration Jun 17-19, 1909 . The coin got this nickname because of the birds on the back of the coin. The coin was originally made from bronze and silver plated. This reproduction is sterling silver. The coin is just under 1 1/2 inches and has a loop on top for a wearing as a pendant as did the original.

              Collar Insignia - Austrian Hungurain Empire, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1797
              1910 Austrian-Hungarian Empire Aviation Collar Sterling Sale Price: $59.95
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              Item #: P-1797 -

                This is a set of two collar insignia worn by the Austrian-Hungarian Army and the first of any aviation insignia.

                1913 Military Aviator Wings, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-50
                1913 Military Aviator, 1st US Pilot Wings Sale Price: $94.95
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                Item #: P-50 -

                  In 1913 the Military Aviator Badge was authorized by Congress and was awarded to 27 or 28 Signal Corp pilots. This badge is a museum quality reproduction directly copied from the original that was awarded to 2nd Lt. Hap Arnold the first to be awarded on July 5, 1912. The mold was made with permission of the Air Force Museum in Dayton Ohio under the condition the pin on the back be modern and not an exact museum quality reproduction therefore it does have a pin back but with a different clasp....

                  1913 Military Aviator 14k Gold, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-50-14
                  1913 Military Aviator, 1st US Pilot Wings 14k Gold Sale Price: $1,199.95
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                  Item #: P-50-14 -

                    In 1913 the Military Aviator Badge was authorized by Congress and was awarded to 27 or 28 Signal Corp pilots. This badge is a museum quality reproduction directly copied from the original that was awarded to 2nd Lt. Hap Arnold the first to be awarded on July 5, 1912. The mold was made with permission of the Air Force Museum in Dayton Ohio under the condition the pin on the back be modern and not an exact museum quality reproduction therefore it does have a pin back but with a diffent clasp....

                    Blackington 1913 Military Aviatory, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1242
                    1913 Military Aviator, 1st US Pilot Wings Sterling GP Sale Price: $94.95
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                    Item #: P-1242 -

                      In 1913 the Military Aviator Badge was authorized by Congress and was awarded to 27 or 28 Signal Corp pilots. This first group of these were made by the US Government in 1913 and only 27 or 28 pilots received the badge. Well additional Pilots came along so the government entered into a contract with Blackinton to make this badge. The Blackinton differs form the original in that that the Eagle was die struck and on the original is was cast. Also the badge is slightly larger. This is a museum...

                      1918 Belgium Pilot Wing w Collars Sterling w Gold Plate., Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-2133S
                      1918 Belgium Pilot Wing w Collars Sterling w Gold Plate. Sale Price: $159.95
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                      Item #: P-2133S -

                        This is a museum quality reproduction of the Belgium Pilot King Albert Officers wing that was used in 1918 with both the right and left collars made in sterling silver with a 24k Gold plate. Also a full size wing was 3 1/16 inches wide. To see more on what a Belgian officer would have worn on his uniform a great site is http://users. skynet. be/Belgian. militaria/pilot. htm A very rare wing set missing from most collections. After all how many pilots belonged to the Air Force in Belgium in...

                        WWII Technical Observer Wing Sterling, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1334
                        1919 Air Mail Service AMS Sterling Silver Pilot Wing Sale Price: $79.95
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                        Item #: P-1334 -

                          This is a museum quality reproduction of a wing that dates from 1919 right after WWI, it is based on the Army Air Service Pilot Wing but may have been made for the new pilots of the Air Mail Service. At that time the Air Mail Service did not have any official wings for its pilots. It appears some of them just had them made. This museum quality reproduction is made of Sterling Silver with the letters AMS gold plated.