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UNITED STATES METAL INSIGNIA

#US2297 Glider Badge, German Production
Original WWII U.S. Airborne Glider Infantry Badge. German production the Allied occupation period for soldiers deployed to the area. $180

#US2285 Glider Badge, Sterling
Original WWII U.S. Airborne Glider Infantry Badge. Sterling, American production example. $90

#US2295 Glider Cap Badge, Sterling
Original WWII U.S. Airborne Glider cap badge. Significantly smaller than the normal badge. Sterling, shield hallmark in the bottom right corner of the reverse. $140

#US2286 Parachutist Badge, Sterling
Original WWII U.S. Airborne Parachutist Badge. Sterling, American production example. $90

#US2315 Glider Pilot Shirt Wing Badge “697”
Original WWII U.S. Army Air Force Glider Pilot shirt wing badge. Sterling, marked “697”. Shirt wings are the rarest of all Glider Pilot wings to acquire. Excellent lightly worn condition, with an appealing uncleaned patina. Background; Glider Pilot wings were awarded to soldiers who completed training as pilots of military gliders. The wings were issued initially during the Second World War, and the final class of Glider Pilots ever to be trained received their wings in January 1945. These wings should not be confused with the Glider Badge which was created in 1944 to recognize glider-borne ground troops (mostly Infantry, but also various supporting arms) of U.S. Airborne Divisions, who rode into combat as passengers. $175

#US2313 Glider Pilot Cap Badge
Original WWII U.S. Army Air Force Glider Pilot cap badge wings. Sterling marked, pin back. Excellent lightly worn condition, with an appealing uncleaned patina. Background; Glider Pilot wings were awarded to soldiers who completed training as pilots of military gliders. The wings were issued initially during the Second World War, and the final class of Glider Pilots ever to be trained received their wings in January 1945. These wings should not be confused with the Glider Badge which was created in 1944 to recognize glider-borne ground troops (mostly Infantry, but also various supporting arms) of U.S. Airborne Divisions, who rode into combat as passengers. $75

#US2314 Glider Pilot Cap Badge
Original WWII U.S. Army Air Force Glider Pilot cap badge wings. Sterling marked, pin back. Excellent lightly worn condition, with an appealing uncleaned patina. Background; Glider Pilot wings were awarded to soldiers who completed training as pilots of military gliders. The wings were issued initially during the Second World War, and the final class of Glider Pilots ever to be trained received their wings in January 1945. These wings should not be confused with the Glider Badge which was created in 1944 to recognize glider-borne ground troops (mostly Infantry, but also various supporting arms) of U.S. Airborne Divisions, who rode into combat as passengers. $75

#US2316 Pilot Cap Badge
Original WWII U.S. Army Air Force Pilot cap badge wings. “Coin Silver” marked, pin back. Excellent lightly worn condition, with an appealing uncleaned patina. $75

#US2291 Glider Pilot DI Pair
Original WWII U.S. Army Glider Pilot DI (Distinctive Insignia) pair. American production examples in excellent lightly worn condition, Sterling, maker marked. $100

#US2243 327th Glider Infantry Regiment DI
Original WWII U.S. Army 327th Glider Infantry Regiment DI (Distinctive Insignia). U.S. made wartime produced example in excellent lightly worn condition. $150

#US2244 325th Glider Infantry Regiment DI
Original WWII U.S. Army 325th Glider Infantry Regiment DI (Distinctive Insignia). Unmarked wartime produced example in excellent lightly worn condition. $50

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#US2311 Glider Pilot Wings, A.E. Co.
Original WWII U.S. Army Air Force Glider Pilot wings. Desirable “A.E. CO” “UTICA, NY” Sterling marked example, one of the rarest versions to find for sale. Excellent lightly worn condition, with an appealing uncleaned patina. Background; Glider Pilot wings were awarded to soldiers who completed training as pilots of military gliders. The wings were issued initially during the Second World War, and the final class of Glider Pilots ever to be trained received their wings in January 1945. These wings should not be confused with the Glider Badge which was created in 1944 to recognize glider-borne ground troops (mostly Infantry, but also various supporting arms) of U.S. Airborne Divisions, who rode into combat as passengers. *Sold*

#US2312 Glider Pilot Wings, Coin Silver
Original WWII U.S. Army Air Force Glider Pilot wings. Desirable “Coin Silver” marked example, one of the rarest versions to find for sale. Excellent lightly worn condition, with an appealing uncleaned patina. Background; Glider Pilot wings were awarded to soldiers who completed training as pilots of military gliders. The wings were issued initially during the Second World War, and the final class of Glider Pilots ever to be trained received their wings in January 1945. These wings should not be confused with the Glider Badge which was created in 1944 to recognize glider-borne ground troops (mostly Infantry, but also various supporting arms) of U.S. Airborne Divisions, who rode into combat as passengers. *Sold*

#US2296 Parachutist Badge, Robbins Co. 
Original WWII U.S. Airborne Parachutist Badge. Sterling, maker mark attributued to Robbins Co. American production example. *Sold*

#US2310 Glider Badge, English Made Flat Back
Original WWII U.S. Airborne Glider Infantry Badge. Sterling, English made flat back example. *Sold*

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