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Post WWII Paratrooper Badge Assman, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-2084
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    Post WWII Paratrooper Badge made in Germany by Assman. This is a musuem quality reproduction of that very rare badge. Assman was a German badge maker and when the war ended they started to make insignia for the new militay forces in their country.

    Post WWII Paratrooper Badge BB&B Design Sterling Pin Back, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-2252
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      This is a museum quality reproduction of the first US Paratrooper badge in sterling silver of the rare BB&B design. The first paratrooper badge was made by BB&B and only 350 were made back in 1941 for the 501st Parachute Battalion. Then after the war due to requests from veterans BB&B once again produced badges from the original dies. The changed location of the trademark and added a date in the lower corner to show this was not one of the 1941 issue. These restrikes are extremely rare. As was...

      Post WWII US Paratrooper Wing Badge OEC  Sterling by Weingarten Gallery Item Number: P-2351
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        A museum quality reproduction of an extremely rare Post World War II Paratrooper Badge. The original of this badge was made by Officer Equipment Company after the war and is considered to be a very rare paratrooper badges. Look at the canopy of this chute with its very unusal deign. While not an original a great item for any collection until a real one comes along. This museum quality reproduction is made of Sterling Silver and is 1. 5 inches wide.

        Post WWII, 11th Airborne Paratrooper Badge Sterling, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-2253
        Sale Price: $69.95
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          After WWII, the 11th Airborne was stationed in Japan and they had made a very distinive paratrooper badge. These are very rare. Phillips Publications of Williamstown,, NJ had these badges also made for sale at military shows. These have also become extremely rare and this is a museum quality reproduction of that badge. It is hallmarked Phillips Publications and sterling. This badge is also rather thick and heavy.

          WW2 501st Airborne Infantry Geronimo DI badge GEMSCO design, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-2302
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            This is a museum quality reproduction of the GEMSCO Geronimo badge from the 501st in WWII. They were the first airborne unit and Geronimo was the call as the jumped from their aircraft. The 501st Parachute Infantry Regiment was activated at Camp Toccoa, Georgia on 15 November 1942. This is an extremely rare DI.

            WWII Paratrooper Badge Angus and Coote Sterling Silver by Weingarten Gallery Item Number: P-2344
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              This is a museum quality reproduction of theAngus and Coote Paratrooper badge from WWII with a pin back. This badge is one of the harder ones to find since it was Austrailian made during the war. Here is a chance to have one until a real one comes along for your collection.

              WWII Paratrooper Sterling Badge GEMSCO Bottom Hallmark pin back by Weingarten Gallery Item Number: P-2443
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                The is a museum quality reproduction in sterling silver of a paratrooper badge with a raised GEMSCO Sterling hallmark across the bottom. It is believe six different hallmarks exist on Gemsco paratrooper badges. This pin is 1 1/2 inches wide. One of the harder hallmarked paratrooper badges to find. Here is one until you can fill that hole in your collection with a real one.

                WWII Paratrooper Sterling Badge Orber by Weingarten Gallery Item Number: P-2442
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                  The is a museum quality reproduction in sterling silver of a paratrooper badge with a raised Orber Sterling hallmark. One of the harder hallmarked paratrooper badges to find. Here is one until you can fill that hole in your collection with a real one.

                  WWII Paratrooper wings BB&B design Sterling, Weingarten Gallery Item Number P-2103
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                    This is a museum quality reproduction of the first US Paratrooper badge in sterling silver of the rare BB&B design. This was the first paratrooper badge and only 350 were made back in 1941 for the 501st Parachute Battalion. This badge is raher thick and about double in weight of any other paratrooper badges I have had or made. It is 1 1/2 inches wide. This is an excellent example of this badges, with the proper hallmark, that is affordable until a real one comes along.

                    WWII US Paratrooper Wing Badge Luxenberg  Sterling by Weingarten Gallery Item Number: P-2352
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                      A museum quality reproduction of an extremely rare World War II Paratrooper Badge. The original of this badge was made by Luxenberg and is considered to be a very rare paratrooper badges. Look at the canopy of this chute with its very unusal deign and the oversize of the badge. While not an original a great item for any collection until a real one comes along. This museum quality reproduction is made of Sterling Silver and is 1 11/16 inches wide.