MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS


Top left is a pilot hat badge, Top right is an Engineer or Flight Mechanic hat badge, next hat badge below I think is a reproduction, next below that is an all metal, no color wing, below that is a cloth or bullion wing, below that is a full wing and below that is a half wing worn by flight mechanics. Then I have two CNAC collar bars and below that a small lapel pin. Any of these look familiar? I am really curious about the upper most wing as no one has ever seen this before.
(Photo of Insignia Courtesy of Stan Baumwald)


The Chinese Characters say: ????
This set of small wings (about 3 1/4", tip to tip) This set belonged to Carey Bowles
(Courtesy of Tom Moore)


CNAC Pilot Wings in Bullion Measures 3 3/8" Long


Officers Cap Insignia - Bullion Construction on a Band


The above cap insignia is courtesey of and belongs to James Dalby


Another cap insignia
Gold wire embroidered.
2 3/4 inches high.


1930's or 1940's - Hong Kong Hotel Luggage Label
(Courtesy of Tom Moore)


Loening Air Yacht - First CNAC label (early 1930s)
(Courtesy of Daniel Kusrow)


Stinson Detroiter (early 1930s)
(Courtesy of Daniel Kusrow)


Luggage Label - Depiction of a DC-2 (mid 1930s)
(Courtesy of Daniel Kusrow)


Poster - DC-2 over the Temple of Heaven in Peking (mid 1930s)
(Courtesy of Daniel Kusrow)


Poster - DC-3 over Fleet of Junks (mid 1930s - before Shanghai fell to the Japanese)
(Courtesy of Daniel Kusrow)


Luggage Label - Depiction of a DC-3 (Late 1930s/early 1940s)
(Courtesy of Daniel Kusrow)


Luggage Label - Depiction of a DC-3 (Late 1930s/early 1940s)


Travel Souvenir Decal - Depiction of a DC-4 (1940s)
(Courtesy of Tom Moore)


1940's - Peninsula Hotel Luggage Label
(Courtesy of Tom Moore)


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