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1940s Mexicana Airlines/Compania Mexicana Aviacion (CMA) Station Agent Wing
ARTIFACT: This is a 1940s station agent wing from Mexicana Airlines (Compania Mexicana Aviacion), the oldest airline in North America with a route piloted in 1929 by Charles Lindbergh. The center of the badge shows an outline of Mexico and reads CMA. Also shown is one spread wing and two crossed flags.
VINTAGE: Circa 1940s.
SIZE: Approximately 7/8" in height by 1-1/2" in width.
MATERIALS / CONSTRUCTION: Gold-plated brass with enamel details.
ATTACHMENT: Horizontal pin with come-under locking swivel catch.
ITEM NOTES: This is from an airline collection which we will be listing more of over the next few months. VBBJ9/01 LFGEX12/11
CONDITION: 7+ (Very Fine+): The wing shows some light wear and some small areas of moderate tarnish, mostly on reverse.