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US ARMY AIR FORCE PILOT WINGS- are these sterling?

Article about: hi guys are these from ww2 and are they sterling silver? they are not marked.

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    Quote by Australia View Post
    Heads Phil !

    This is my first set of wings . There is something nice about them I can't explain !
    My first set was the same type - the basic smooth pattern
    like yours - which also instantly attracted me and set me
    on a quest for more.

    U.S. wings made in Australia such as 'Angus & Coote',
    'K.G. Luke, Melbourne', 'Wallace Bishop, Brisbane'
    are very desireable and get pricey.........
    Regards,


    Steve.

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    Quote by Walkwolf View Post
    My first set was the same type - the basic smooth pattern
    like yours - which also instantly attracted me and set me
    on a quest for more.

    U.S. wings made in Australia such as 'Angus & Coote',
    'K.G. Luke, Melbourne', 'Wallace Bishop, Brisbane'
    are very desireable and get pricey.........

    They must be scarce , I never seen any for sale on ebay Australia or anywhere .

    Also just found a matching sterling clutch in the bits draw

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    They are indeed - In 20 years, I've only seen 3 or 4
    for sale, and they went beyond what I thought
    was a 'reasonable' price.........
    Regards,


    Steve.

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