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unknown hallmark on my army pilot wings


donaldnol

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i have seen this hallmark before on one of my shooting medals a S in a circle, anyone have an idea about this one, the list of manufactures page on this form says it's unidentifide ?001.JPG.d6f411c24de7d1bfb9d51171875ec1c8.JPG

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Basic Rifleman

For some reason I remember this one being (perhaps incorrectly) attributed to Susco/Sugarman in the past. I've seen this on badges/insignia mainly from the 1970's, so I suppose (technically) there should be IOH marks, not just a circled letter "S"

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1 hour ago, Basic Rifleman said:

For some reason I remember this one being (perhaps incorrectly) attributed to Susco/Sugarman in the past. I've seen this on badges/insignia mainly from the 1970's, so I suppose (technically) there should be IOH marks, not just a circled letter "S"

this wing had long prongs but was snipped down some

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38 minutes ago, triplecanopy said:

Circle S is one of E. & H. Simons hallmarks. See photos of older US Army flight wings. Looks like this dates from 1967.

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thanks a bunch for that info i have quite a few of these

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i just found out that i had one of these hanging around in my case of wings and things sealed in its bag. i could never see the hallmark because it was tightly sealed

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