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Post-WWII Norwegian-Made Pilot Wing Badge


donaldnol

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I have this these pilot wings i believe post war produced in norway has the norwegian maker's mark 121 for international insignia co. PAN 925 S really a nice set.

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  • 7 months later...
donaldnol

more pics of my wing, what i was told from other experts in the field these were done in mold castings over there. sense they could'nt acquirer the dies, as you can see it's under 3 inches

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On 8/11/2021 at 8:49 PM, stratasfan said:

Any ideas about what Norwegian firm made these?

I'm familiar with many Norwegian firms, but had not heard of this one before seeing this wing

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On 8/29/2021 at 10:15 PM, Brig said:

I'm familiar with many Norwegian firms, but had not heard of this one before seeing this wing

it's a U.S. firm sent over Norway to make these wings

 

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Blacksmith
1 hour ago, Allan H. said:

925 S would be the silver content mark wouldn't it?

 

Allan

Yeppers, Sterling is 92.5% silver, hence that value.

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2 hours ago, Allan H. said:

925 S would be the silver content mark wouldn't it?

 

Allan

yes that's Norway's silver content mark for sterling

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