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49218 Black-on-White EMBROIDERED Name TAPE




Embroidered In Asia, During The Rvn Era, By A Local Shop




Inquire for availability and price










49220 White-on-Blue Embroidered Name TAPE




Embroidered On-Base by the Rigger's Loft (Issue)

or Purchased Locally (On or Off Base)






Inquire for availability and price










49222 WOVEN U.S. AIR FORCE TAPE, SUBDUED (Issue)




Inquire for availability and price










49226 SUBDUED STENCILLED NAME TAPE




Stencelled is the most common subdued last name tape.

Could be an issue or a local purchase (lm) item.






Inquire for availability and price










49230 U.S. AIR FORCE TAPE, SUBDUED, LOCAL MADE(LM)




Embroidered Tape, Local Made In Asia During The Rvn Era




Inquire for availability and price










49232 SUBDUED EMBROIDERED NAME TAPE




Embroidered Tape, Local Made In Asia During The Rvn Era




Inquire for availability and price










49280 USAF Local Made Stripes from the RVN Era




Most pairs made in Southeast Asia, pre-1976

Some pairs have Tapes and some have Patches & Badges


see Badges on USAAC/USAAF/USAF GEAR page






Prices listed in this Catalog may NOT reflect Current Prices!





49300 USAF White-on-Sage Green Cloth Parachutist’s Badges










Machine made Issue or PX Purchase
See pictures on Army Airborne page





A. Basic, UnUsed




B. Senior, UnUsed




C. Master, UnUsed


















Prices listed in this Catalog may NOT reflect Current Prices!











49340 USAAC/USAAF/USAF Officer’s Hat Devices (Civilian also)




Some Hat Devices can be used by Army Officers in other Branches(Infantry, Artillery/etc.)
All badge measurements are approximate
see Badges on USAAC/USAAF/USAF GEAR page





B. Civilian Instructor Pilot’s Cap Device marked Sterling, roll-lock pinback, EC+
( same Grouping as 49358B Cap Device )

sold


C. WWII Officer’s Eagle, “A.E. CO UTICA N.Y.”, on back of shield is: “1/20 10K-R G”, below that are more letters but the screw-post was placed-on-top-of-them, still has the nut, EC+
Measurements:

Wing tip-to-tip = 2 1/8”

Vertical = 2 5/16”

-4-


inquire

D. WWII Officer’s Eagle,”Luxenberg Made in England”, with nut, as-New
Measurements:

Wing tip-to-tip = 2 5/16”

Vertical = 2 1/2”



5-6

inquire


E. WWII Officer’s Eagle, “J. P. GAUNT LONDON” (might be “J. R.”?), on the reverse of the Eagle’s tail is a hallmark(looks like a Fox’s Head(?) and the letters “..RAD” inside a circle, with nut, EC+
Measurements:

Wing tip-to-tip = 2 3/16”+

Vertical = 2 1/4”


5-6


inquire

F. Officer’s Eagle, unmarked, has a “square radiator”, great patina, still has the nut, EC+
Measurements:

Wing tip-to-tip = 2 3/16”

Vertical = 2 3/8”



-3-

inquire


G. Officer’s Eagle, unmarked, has a “square radiator”, with nut, EC+
Measurements:

Wing tip-to-tip = 2 1/8”

Vertical = 2 3/8”



-3-

inquire


H. Civilian Instructor Pilot’s Cap Device marked Sterling, roll-lock pinback, Used
see Badges on USAAC/USAAF/USAF GEAR page


-10-

inquire








49350 USAAF/USAF metal Flyer’s Badges (3” Full size)





Terminology Used in the Air Force Wing section:
Full size Badge = 3” Shirt or small size Badge = 2”
cb = Clutch Back (2 x posts(nails) and held-on with 2 x clutches)

pb = Pin Back (associated with an older style)

sew-on = normally a Cloth or “Bullion” badges

embossed = raised hallmarks(letters and/or symbols)

stamped = imprinted into the metal (the opposite of “embossed”)
see Badges on USAAC/USAAF/USAF GEAR page





C. cb Navigator’s Badge by Meyer (single shield), circa 1944-45, EC

inquire

D. 3 1/16” pin back(pb) Pilot’s Badge by A. E. CO. UTICA N. Y.,

STAMPED “STERLING”, very thick (1/8”), EC


-8-


K. cb Pilot’s Badge, no markings, GC+

45.00

L. pin back(pb) Senior Navigator’s Wing

by N. S. MEYER INC. NEW YORK, embossed “9M”, EC


48.00


M. pin back(pb) Senior Navigator’s Badge

by N. S. MEYER INC. NEW YORK, embossed “9M”, EC


52.00


P. pin back(pb) Senior Pilot’s Badge by Vanguard, embossed with “V1”, EC

55.00

Q. 3 1/8” pin back(pb) Aerial Gunner’s Wing,

with a “J” style locking-post for the pinback, EC


75.00


R. cb Aerial Gunner’s Badge, raised “STERLING” mark, EC

inquire

S. cb Aerial Gunner’s Badge, raised “STERLING” mark, EC

inquire

T. pin back(pb) Navigator’s Wing , raised “STERLING” mark,

rolling-lock missing, EC


inquire


V. pin back(pb) Senior Navigator’s Wing, double-shield Meyers, EC+

inquire

W. pin back(pb) Navigator’s Wing, raised “STERLING” mark, EC+

inquire

X. pin back(pb) Navigator’s Wing, single-shield Meyers, EC+

inquire

AA. cb Glider Pilot’s Badge, embossed (raised) “STERLING” mark, EC

-9-

AB. cb Pilot’s Badge, no markings, EC

inquire

AC. cb Pilot’s Badge by “LGB” “STERLING”, EC

Inquire

AD. cb Master Navigator or Aircraft Observer Badge, still on card in an “opened” clear plastic bag, card reads: “8455-144-4967, DSA100-69-C-2011 E. & H. SIMON INC. A-9/69”, New-in-GI Bag

inquire


AE. cb Flight Surgeon’s Badge, “1 V Vanguard”, EC+

inquire

AF. cb Senior Pilot’s Badge, “N.S. MEYER, INC. NEW YORK STERLING” with 2 x Shields, EC

inquire


AG. pin back(pb) USAF Navigator’s Badge, embossed “STERLING”, EC

inquire

AH. pin back(pb) Aerial Gunner’s Wing, embossed “STERLING”, EC

inquire

AK. cb Observer’s Badge, almost 3 1/8”, made by N.S. Meyer INC. New York with a single-shield, clutch backs are “Sterling” with 1943 patent numbers 2308412/24, WWII and Korean era Flyer, EC+

inquire









see Badges on USAAC/USAAF/USAF GEAR page





49352 USAAF/USAF metal Flyer’s Badges (2” shirt style Wing)




Shirt or small size Badge

wings are approximaely 2” across, unless notated otherwise







C. cb Senior Pilot’s Badge, embossed “STERLING”, EC


45.00

F. cb Flight Surgeon’s Badge (miniature size), still in sealed plastic package mounted on card which reads in part: “DSA-100-68-C-1984 Antaya Brothers Inc.”, Mint


inquire


G. pin back(pb) Navigator’s Badge embossed “STERLING”, EC





H. pin back(pb) Aerial Gunner’s Badge embossed “STERLINGby AMICO, EC

inquire














49354 USAAF/USAF cloth Flyer’s Badges (cloth or ”bullion” style)




cloth”, usually embroidered on backing-cloth that matched the uniform

bullion” thread, but does not have to be made of precious metals

Wings are approximately 3” across, unless notated otherwise

Also know as “glitter”.


( see terminolgy used in section #49350 above )





B. 3 1/8” sew-on Bullion Navigator’s Wing, made in the China-Burma-India Theater, no stitch holes = probably never used, EC

sold


C. 3 1/8” sew-on Bullion Pilot’s Wing, made overseas,

was hand-sewn on a uniform, EC



sold


D. 3” sew-on Cloth Bombardier Wing, scrapbook residue on back, minor soiling, probably never worn, EC

65.00


F. 3 3/16” sew-on Bullion Pilot’s Wing, made overseas, New


sold

H. Collection of White-on-Khaki USAAF Aircrewman’s Badges from WWII era, all in UnUsed Condition

inquire


I. 3” sew-on Bullion Flight Surgeon’s Wing, circa 1950s, made in Japan on Blue-Gray Dress Jacket material, Excellent Japanese craftsmanship, UnUsed

inquire















see Badges on USAAC/USAAF/USAF GEAR page





49358 USAAF/USAF/Civilian metal Badges (Miscellaneous)




B. 3 11/16”, Civilian Instructor Pilot’s Wing with roll-lock pinback closure, marked “TERLIN” so I assume it is sterling, EC+

( same Grouping as 49340B Cap Device )



sold


C. 1 ¼”, Civilian Instructor Pilot’s Wing with roll-lock pinback closure, no hallmark, EC+

sold







see Badges on USAAC/USAAF/USAF GEAR page
















49360 USAF White-on-Blue Cloth Badges



see on the Air Force Gear page:







A. Basic Pilot’s Badge, New and Used




B. Senior Pilot’s Badge, New and Used




C. Command Pilot’s Badge, New and Used




F. Basic Navigator’s Badge, New and Used




G. Senior Navigator’s Badge, New and Used




H. Star with Wreath Navigator’s Badge, New and Used




K. Aircrewman’s Basic Badge, New and Used




L. Aircrewman’s Senior Badge, New and Used




M. Aircrewman’s Star with Wreath Badge, New and Used




P. Basic Army Parachutist’s Badge, New and Used




Q. Senior Army Parachutist’s Badge, New and Used




R. Master Army Parachutist’s Badge, New and Used




U. Flight Surgeon’s Badge, New and Used










AA. 2nd Lieutenant’s Rank, New and Used




AB. 1st Lieutenant’s Rank, New and Used




AC. Captain’s Rank, New and Used




AD. Major’s Rank, New and Used




AE. Lieutenant Colonel’s Rank, New and Used




AF. Colonel’s Rank, New and Used




AG. Brigadier General’s Rank, New and Used




AH. Major General’s Rank, New and Used




AI. Lieutenant General’s Rank, New and Used




AJ. 4-star General’s Rank, New and Used
















49362 USAF White-on-Blue Cloth Badges ( Local Made )



see on the Air Force Gear page:






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