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This is a United States Air Corps aviation ring in 10 karat gold with license number 1077 engraved inside the band. The ring belonged to 1st Lieutenant John K. Grisard of the 3rd Aviation Instruction Center, who was killed in France in May 1918. The Cincinnati airport was named after him as he was the only pilot from that city to be killed during the Great War. On both sides of the ring there is an eagle with a wreath on a propeller.
Approximate size 8.
MATERIALS / CONSTRUCTION:
10 karat gold with precious red stone.
This is from a United States aviation collection which we will be listing more of over the next few months. VDDEX10/10 depVADEX7/17 HldSEIEX7/17
8 (Excellent-): Ring shows very light wear.
GUARANTEE: As with all my artifacts, this piece is guaranteed to be original, as described.