So there are more! Cuiriosly enough, In Navy wings of gold page 63 I find these two wings together....
No pics because i only have the pdf version of navy wings. The second description nails it.. But Im leaning toward this being made by Blakinton.. I have no proof but a Blackinton
wing is grouped on the same page as this. I know thats pretty sketchy at best but more research needed!
Above: Naval Aviator wing. Twelve berries in the shoulder ofeach wing, pierced Flukes andjew's Harp. Size: 70mm in width. Below: Reverse ofNaval Aviator wing. Hollow back, die struck, clutch fasteners, hallmarked Blackinton. Author's collection.
Above: Naval Aviator Wing. 71mm in width, twelve berries in the shoulder ofeach wing, Pierced Flukes and jew's Harp. Has very faint Becket. Below: Reverse ofNaval Aviator Wing. Die struck, hollow back shield, pin backfastener, marked 1/20 G.P. on STERllNG. Author's collection.
Thanks for the clue Kropotkin !
Of course I really have no idea of the maker but its going to be fun trying to find out! If possible?
It is this thread that makes me think this is either made by Blakinton or its a Blackinton pattern made by ???
Edited by rooster77, 12 January 2019 - 11:03 AM.