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Please tell me what you think of these pilot wings. Are they original WW2 period and who the maker was if possible? Also, how much is it for a fair value market? Thanks for your help! Lonny

 

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They are WW2.As for value I cant say as I have bought several for less than $30.Ebay always has wings and you can get an average price from seeing the plain non maker marked ones.Maker marked wing will bring more .I have been fortunate to find mine locally and from dealers I know who are willing to deal.

 

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Thank you all! I guess it depends on where you live. For most of the shows I went to, the dealers jack up the price ridiculously for any type of WW2 wings... :blink:

Btw, what I meant in the original post was the market value price NOT value market... It was 1:00 AM in the morning ... :lol:

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