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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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1926 JAG Collar Insignia Sterling W Gold Plate, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-2094B
1926 JAG Collar Insignia Sterling W Gold Plate Sale Price: $39.95
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Item #: P-2094B -

    This is a musuem quality reproduction of a very rare insignia from 1926. The small collar insignia for a JAG officer in the US Army. Made in brass with a 24k gold plating.

    1930s Goodyear Bullion Airship Pilot Wing, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-2190
    1930's Goodyear Bullion Airship Pilot Wing Sale Price: $29.95
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    Item #: P-2190 -

      This is a museum quality reproduction of an extremely rare Goodyear Airship wing used in the 1930'. The wing is 3 5/16 inches wide and notice it has the winged foot in the center.

      1930s Pre WWII Navy Pilot Wing Gold over Brass, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1187B
      1930's Pre WWII Navy Pilot Wing Gold over Brass Sale Price: $59.95
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      Item #: P-1187B -

        This is a very museum qualityreproduction of a 1930' US Navy Pilots Wing designed by NS Meyer with a pin back in 2 3/4 inch wide, made in Brass with a 24 karat gold plate. Old wings such as this are rare and expensive.

        Navy Pilot 1930s Sterling with Gold, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1187
        1930's Pre WWII Navy Pilot Wing Gold over Sterling Sale Price: $104.95
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        Item #: P-1187 -

          This is a very museum qualityreproduction of a 1930' US Navy Pilots Wing designed by NS Meyer with a pin back in 2 3/4 inch wide, made in Sterling Silver with a 24 karat gold plate. Old wings such as this are rare and expensive.

          1930s Pilot Wing BB&B Desgn, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1165
          1930's US Army Pilot wing Sterling Silver White & Co Sale Price: $89.95
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          Item #: P-1165 -

            This US Army Pilot wing is 2 3/4 inches is a museum quality reproduction of the ones dated from the 1930' from White Co. and made in sterling silver. It is a very detailed wing and flat in design with a pin back. Unusual compared to other US wings.

            1930s USMC Observer Wing Sterling, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1632
            1930?s US Navy/ USMC Observer Wing Sterling w 24k Gold Plate Sale Price: $104.95
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            Item #: P-1632 -

              This is a museum quality reproduction in sterling silver with a 24K gold plate of a 1930' Navy/ USMC ObserverWing in full uniform size. It is very rare to see one of these unofficial wings and therefore they are not in many collections. This wing features a flat back and three piece construction. The two top parts, circle and proper EGAare hard soldered together as were the originals.

              1930s Coast Guard Pilot Wings Sterling w Gold, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1226
              1933 US Coast Guard Pilots Wing Sterling Silver Sale Price: $104.95
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              Item #: P-1226 -

                This is a museum quality reproduction in sterling silver of a 1933 US Coast Guard Pilot Wing. The wing has a 24k gold plate. This is a rare wing not found in many collections. The Coast Guard was rather small and did not have many pilots.

                TWA Employee Lapel Pin 5/8 inch Silver, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1957
                1950?s Boeing Employee Lapel wing Sterling Sale Price: $24.95
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                Item #: P-1957 -

                  A museum quality reproduction of a 1950' Boeing lapel pin with a screw back in sterling silver. This pin is 5/8 of an inch in diameter.

                  TWA Employee Lapel Pin 5/8 inch Gold on Sterling, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-1957G
                  1950?s Boeing Employee Lapel wing Sterling w GP Sale Price: $24.95
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                  Item #: P-1957G -

                    A museum quality reproduction of a 1950' Boeing lapel pin with a screw back in sterling silver with a gold plate. This pin is 5/8 of an inch in diameter.

                    1954 to 1965 US Chaplain Sterling Collars, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-2239
                    1954 to 1965 US Chaplain Sterling Collars Sale Price: $49.95
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                    Item #: P-2239 -

                      This is a museum quality reproduction of US Collars for a Chaplian during the period of 1954 and 1965. These were still used in the early Vietnam years. The insignia is 1 inch tall and hallmarked Vanguard 1V and Sterling.

                      1960s Astronaut Fraternity Pin Sterling w Gold Plate, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-786G
                      1960's Astronaut Fraternity Pin Sterling w Gold Plate Sale Price: $23.95
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                      Item #: P-786G -

                        When the Astronauts first started it was a very small group, sort of like a fraternity and they insignia the military placed on the wings of its astronauts became a lapel pin when they were wearing a suit. Only the Astronauts wore it. If you were one of he few that went into space your pin was gold. This is a museum quality reproduction of that pin made in sterling silver with a 24 karat gold plate.