World War II USAAF Pilot Wings - Sterling Silver - Small 2" Version
This is a WW2 USAAF Pilot Wings, made of British Sterling Silver. It measures 5,1 cm, so approx 2 inch.
The Wing is in a nice condition with a nice Patina.
The needle and the catch are present but the catch is not complete. read more
Belgium: Medal of the Resistance 1940-1945
Belgium: Medal of the Resistance 1940-1945.
This medal was instituted on February 16, 1946 for the award to all members of the armed resistance and to members of the intelligence service operating in occupied territory.
België, Medaille van het gewapend verzet 1940-1945.
Deze medaille werd ingesteld op 16 februari 1946 voor uitreiking aan alle leden van de gewapende... read more
Dutch Public Order and Safety Volunteer Medal, “PATRIAE SERVIRE LIBERTAS”
Vrijwilligers medaille openbare orde en veiligheid, “PATRIAE SERVIRE LIBERTAS”. read more
Polish Medal Odre-Nyse-Baltic 1945
The Polish Medal for Oder, Neisse and Baltic was awarded by the Polish People's Republic to commemorate those who participated in combat against the Nazi Germany for the liberation of Poland and the restoration of its old boundaries on the rivers the Oder, the Neisse and the coast of Baltic Sea. read more
German Dogtag - STAMMKZL.VET.ERS.U.AUSB.ABT.3 - 1325
German Dogtag - STAMMKZL.VET.ERS.U.AUSB.ABT.3 - 1325 read more
German Dogtag - LUFTG. FLAKART. SCHULE 7 - MUNCHEN - 437
German Dogtag - LUFTG. FLAKART. SCHULE 7 - MUNCHEN - 437 read more
British Dog Tags - A.J. / A.G. Rogers, Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Regiment
Nice set of dog tags, probably of two brothers.
Brown tag - A.J. Rogers - 7488
Red tag - A.G. Rogers - 7485
Two brother in one Regiment with an almost equal army number. read more
American Defense Service Medal
The American Defense Service Medal was a military award of the United States Armed Forces, established by President Franklin D. Roosevelt, on June 28, 1941.
The medal was intended to recognize those military service members who had served on active duty between September 8, 1939, and December 7, 1941. read more