If these ones had been engraved, I would have made every effort to return
them to their owner or the owner's family.
I consider I am the custodian, not he owner. Perhaps they will end up in a
museum or display honouring the Americans that served in Australia.
which is y i decided the other day im only gonna collect useable things so i can keep the stuff and memory alive and kinda be like living history in a small way and hopefully it will get more people to ask questions about it which will hopefully get more people in to wanting to know and honor the men & women of WWII and i cant wait till i can find a reenactment group so i can do more living history stuff i also cant wait till i can get more stuff like clothing and stuff because i only have a field jacket and a musette bag but hopefully one day ill have some more jackets and shirts and stuff like that
Last edited by ripndip; 11-21-2011 at 01:35 AM.
Here are some 3" WWII USAAF Bombardier wings, top to bottom.........
- 'A.E. Co. Sterling', clutch-back
- 'Sterling', pin-back
- 'Firmin London' (rare), british style pin-back
- unmarked, clutch-back
- 'Amico Sterling', clutch-back