When clearing out my parents house before selling, I came across these wings. I know nothing about them and was wondering if they were real and from what era. My father was a quartermaster on a cruiser during WW II, so not likely something he would have had. Also had 5 uncles in the service during WW II, only one was in the navy, and he was on a destroyer, so not likely from him, either. Also, my parents and all the uncles that were in WW II have died, so no help with info about the wings. The initials NLW are scratched on the back, no relative had these initials. I searched online and it seems there is a lot of confusion about Meyer wings.
Any information would be appreciated, and if there is any collector interest in these, an approximate value.
They measure 2 5/8" wide, have a Meyer stamp, and the pin on the back only was designed to open to approximately 70 degrees.
Thanks for any info.