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I just purchased these wings. Not at all what I collect, but the $15.00 price was good enough to take the risk. What seem unusual about them is the "radiator" design for the shield. The only mark on the back is "coin silver." Are they good? Any idea of maker or time period? Thanks.

 

 

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I just purchased these wings. Not at all what I collect, but the $15.00 price was good enough to take the risk. What seem unusual about them is the "radiator" design for the shield. The only mark on the back is "coin silver." Are they good? Any idea of maker or time period? Thanks.

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These wings were sold as part of a group called "Keep them Flying" made in both coin and sterling. Most were made by Bell of New Mexico. This is an original WWII wing.

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