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Insigina Hunter

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  1. Thank you everybody for the comments. I'll keep digging and see what turns up
  2. I was in on that wing as well, very nice grab. I believe that is what prompted this seller to put his up the night following.
  3. Slightly different style hallmark than usually seen on the 1st pattern lukes
  4. I am an avid collector of Luxenberg and KG Luke made WWII items. Which is what originally led me to these wings (there is a KG Luke pilot). AFTER purchasing these the seller reached out to me offering the soldiers ID bracelet and that it came from a WWII pilot that was shot down and escaped from his German POW camp (this had nothing to do with why I purchased these wings). Though I thought this was a tad outlandish I did want to keep the grouping together and said I would also purchase the ID bracelet to keep everything together as it should be. Everything arrived today and I am ex
  5. Very nice collection! I believe I helped add to your collecting funds recently. Hopefully you find some more goodies!
  6. Never seen this one as a greenback. Nice grab if you landed it. I would like to see another picture with better lighting of the back. The green seems darker than OD but could 100% be lighting/picture
  7. I WANT THAT ! lol very nice grab
  8. First time I've shared these I believe. Taken 20years of collecting but finally put together a share worthy collection. All are luxenberg hallmarked of various patterns except the single engraved "E" wing made by KG Luke. I will include a shot of the backs as well in the future. The only duplicate wings are the bottom three which are available to trade for other Luxenberg, KG Luke or Tiffany pieces! I am still looking for various patterns / pin types of Luxenbergs and any legitimate Luke wings as well.
  9. Finally able to land a 1st pattern KG Luke wing. Purchased from Australia and just added to the collection. All honesty I would of bought this wing no matter what the designation was on the front. However what made this more interesting is the engraved letter "E". I have not seen that letter on wings before and was hoping for some input from members. Maybe Engineer? (they did not have the engineer die and customized this way?) Not much back story was available (though the wing speaks for itself) Family said their mother had a US boyfriend in WWII. They met at a dance an
  10. I'd say #6 is a off pattern luxenberg and #8 is a 1st pattern luxenberg bomber Beautiful collection
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