Rare AVG Flying Tigers Flight Leader Charlie Mott's 1950s USN Pilot Wings and Photos

Rare AVG Flying Tigers Flight Leader Charlie Mott's 1950s USN Pilot Wings and Photos

Code: omch50001


Product Description




This is a rare, early to mid - 1950s USN wings and photo grouping of American Volunteer Group (AVG / Flying Tigers) 2nd Squadron Flight leader, Commander Charles D. Mott. 

The grouping includes a nice 4 x 6 Studio portrait fo Commander Mott in uniform, and a rare civilian photo in 2-3/8" x 2-3/8" for use in an ESCAPE & EVASION scenario! 

There are also 3 USN pilot wings in the grouping: a beautiful bullion wing, a nice Meyer made metal wing, and a lovely GF lapel or cap wing. The metal wing could easily date to the Korean War period. 

The grouping also includes a period newspaper article about Commander Mott, using the same image as the photo included in the group, and  2 hand-written notes in Commander Mott's and listing names and code numbers.

A nice half-Riker mount sized grouping of artifacts of an AVG Pilot! 

VINTAGE: Circa early to mid-1950s.

SIZE: Various sizes, including a full size 2-3/4" USN wing.

MATERIALS / CONSTRUCTION: Everything is made of expected materials: wings are gold-plated brass and felt with bullion.

ATTACHMENT: Wings have clutch-back catches.

MARKINGS: 1/20th 10K on small wing, N.S. MEYER INC. NEW YORK with maker's mark on larger wing.

ITEM NOTES: This is from an AVG collection which we will be listing more of over the next few months. VEJJX06 LAAJJX SAJJJX3/10 SL: CON-EDK-25-19 SLACIEX04/19 TLAAJJX06/09/19

CONDITION: 8 (Excellent-): Items are in various conditions, but overall are in excellent shape.

GUARANTEE: As with all my artifacts, this piece is guaranteed to be original, as described.