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WW2 British made U.S. Airborne Wings

Article about: Hi folks, continuing on from my last post concerning the originality of a pair of U.S. Paratrooper qualification wings in silver, I would be very grateful for an opinion on these WW2 British

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    Hi folks, continuing on from my last post concerning the originality of a pair of U.S. Paratrooper qualification wings in silver, I would be very grateful for an opinion on these WW2 British made versions by J.R. Gaunt London. Thanks for looking , Paul

    WW2 British made U.S. Airborne Wings

    WW2 British made U.S. Airborne Wings

    WW2 British made U.S. Airborne Wings

    WW2 British made U.S. Airborne Wings

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    They look fine to me.
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    I had understood that the slanted maker mark and the dinks to the top left and bottom right shroud lines were indicators of Gaunt restrikes

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