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1st Lt WWII rank Sterling by Weingarten Gallery Item Number: SS-1
1st Lt WWII rank Sterling Sale Price: $59.95
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    1 st lieutenant Rank made exactly the same way they were made in WWII in sterling silver with a pin back.

    Swordsman Badge in Sterling Silver by Weingarten Gallery Item Number: P-2317
    Swordsman Badge in Sterling Silver Sale Price: $49.95
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      Designed by then 2nd Lt George Patton in 1914 and issued in 1914 and 1915. It was not until 1920 that its use was started again and in 1922 a qualification bar of SWORD was authorized. So the Patton Swordman Badge was not in existense long. Only two men per Troop could earn the badge on a qualifortion course that Patton had designed. This is a reproduction in sterling silver of that badge.

      US Army 1940-1942 Officers Tank Corp Collars, sterling by Weingarten Gallery Item Number: P-2370
      US Army 1940-1942 Officers Tank Corp Collars, sterling Sale Price: $69.95
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      Item #: P-2370 -

        Between 1940 and 1942 Officers assigned to the new armored forces were to wear cavalry or infantry collar insgnia. Some of these men choose to wear the small pin of the M-3 Tank. This is a museum reproduction of this unofficial collar insignia from the early days of the Armored Divisions. In many cases when you one of these list they are sold as sweetheart pins and not as collars. These are rather hard to find. Here is a set of two in sterling silver.

        WWI / WWII US Navy Nurse (NNC) Sterling with Gold Plate, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-2109
        WWI / WWII US Navy Nurse (NNC) Sterling with Gold Plate Sale Price: $89.95
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        Item #: P-2109 -

          This is a museum quality reproduction of the WWII Navy Nurse Corp collar insignia in sterling silver with a 24k gold plate. This is for a set of two notice they are left and right facing and are 1 1/8 inches tall. This insignia was used from 1917 to June 30, 1944 when it was replaced with the collars that have an acorn for medical.