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    Orange County, CA
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    Always buying Home Front patches from WW2 (mirror patches, anything with a V or Victory, war manufacturing patches, air depots, sub depots, training school squadrons, etc...)

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  1. Pretty sure this is a biker novelty patch. See them mint on the card that it came with on ebay many times
  2. This one was just listed on eBay. Appears similar in construction to the one that was on flyingtigerantiques. Interesting to note that since I originally started this in 2015 this is the first ebay alert to "amik patch" that I have received.
  3. This one has not been posted yet. Baer Field Engineer Depot Sub-Depot Now Fort Wayne Air National Guard Base Indiana https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fort_Wayne_Air_National_Guard_Base
  4. This one has not been posted yet. Baer Field Engineer Depot Sub-Depot Now Fort Wayne Air National Guard Base Indiana
  5. I would not touch them. Funny that they are coming from Australia so technically they still may be Australian made White on the diamonds are too thick Base material has to be a polymer nylon of some sort Front red diamond is computerized stitching Backs are not like any other WW2 example Glued into an album within the last year and pulled out. Sketchy.
  6. This may help you find some leads. The insignia is on the reverse of the groups yearbook. Last image. http://www.americanairmuseum.com/unit/1388
  7. Yes, my friend listed 2-3 of these on ebay a few months ago.
  8. I welcome all other thoughts. Is there in fact a 3rd color variation of this insignia?
  9. Looking at the front I would think Philippines but the back looks Japanese. The patch is as stiff as a board. Thoughts? Thanks in advance. Steve
  10. This seller is the one that sells all kinds of "test" or "experimental" color patches that are FE of 101st, 82nd, Special Forces, etc... To be fair it was listed as WW2/Post War. Sold for $230. I would think 1970s Paki? If you want to see a real round variation of this patch (crazyrare), maybe Vance will show his. You can see it on his facebook page too.
  11. Back to the Twenty Nine Palms...Yes, it was TAA. Here is a shirt that was on Ron Burkey's site that has since been sold.
  12. From Ron Burkey's site. Yellow variation....gliders are different colors too. https://www.flyingtigerantiques.com/wwii-us-79th-troop-carrier-squadron-tcs-436th-troop-carrier-group-tcg-9th-af-patch.html
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