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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.
Current US Army Corp of Engineer Officer collar Castle insignia in sterling silver with a 24 karat gold plate. This are sold in a set of two.