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  1. Sticky: Re: FAKE World War I Allied Forces Bullion & Metal Wings

    For your consideration we find a Military Aviator Wing Badge by Dunham currently on E-Bay. This is a poor (lost wax) copy of the Dunham wings. Dunham did not cut between the feathers like the Dallas...
  2. Sticky: Re: FAKE World War I Allied Forces Bullion & Metal Wings

    Steve,
    Where did you find these jewels. Perhaps they would be willing to trade these three fabulous wing badges for lets say my Riable DSC group. What do you think? Thanks for sharing these...
  3. Sticky: Re: Fake WWI Allied Forces Bullion & Metal Wings

    Steve,

    Your right about it being a beautiful design, however I feel it is nothing more than a fantasy piece. Someone put a lot of work into this wing with the cut out shield and fancy lines. But...
  4. Sticky: Re: Fake WWI Allied Forces Bullion & Metal Wings

    Steve,
    No question in my mind about this piece. Looks like something made in a local garage using the lost wax casting method. This style of wing shows up quite frequently of late. I have seen OD...
  5. Sticky: Re: Fake WWII Allied Cloth, Bullion & Metal Wings

    Steve,
    I think that this is a excellent site in which to help educate the collectors of early wing badges and insignia. I agree with you one hundred percent about not trashing individuals. As you...
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