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  • Romania. A Set of Pilot's Wings, Scarce, Worn January to June 1941
  • Romania. A Set of Pilot's Wings, Scarce, Worn January to June 1941
  • Romania. A Set of Pilot's Wings, Scarce, Worn January to June 1941
  • Romania. A Set of Pilot's Wings, Scarce, Worn January to June 1941
  • Romania. A Set of Pilot's Wings, Scarce, Worn January to June 1941

Item: EU11418

Romania. A Set of Pilot's Wings, Scarce, Worn January to June 1941

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Romania. A Set of Pilot's Wings, Scarce, Worn January to June 1941

This is an extremely scarce badge, only worn for a short period of 6 months in the early stages of the war. Of two-piece construction, silver wings base with a bronze gilt and light blue enamelled insignia affixed in the centre, the insignia featuring a cluster of four crowned cyphers of Michael I meeting at their bases and linked by a circle, the sword has carefully been period removed, 22.8 mm x 65.7 mm, horizontal pinback, extensive enamel chipping evident on the cyphers, fine. Footnote: The next type of the Mihai I-era Military pilot badge was instituted in the beginning of 1941 to avoid modification of badges bearing Carol II cipher. The badge represented a pair of horizontal spread wings and a sword with an edge in a form of propeller. A cross formed with four crowned blue enameled royal ciphers of the king Mihai I (“I” within bigger “M”) was placed in a middle.The badge (66x36 mm) was made of silvered bronze and had a horizontal pin and catch on its reverse. Crowns and outer rim were not silvered and retained bronze colour. Military pilot badge was worn either above the left breast pocket of a tunic or on the pocket itself.
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