This is a museum quality reproduction made in sterling
silver of the pin for squadron SAL 14. This squadron was
formed in 1913 as V13, which became VB1, then DO14, then MF14 and
finally SAL14. This is the third and finnaly version of the pin
worn by the Squadron and is shown on Pages 76 and 322 of
Bartlett’s book. This is the third version of their
insignia and the second insignia of the squadron. The first was a
cover-leaf design of the Cross of Lorraine. This design came about
in 1917 and was first designed by Sgt. Blanchot. This pin is 1 5/16
"The seller mailed the item promptly. The wings were of good value & quality."
Colorado Springs, CO
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"Frankly, I was expecting a slightly larger wing. I suggest that you place a commonly sized item, like a Washington quarter or something, to provide a recognizable reference point. Still, I am pleased. Thank you."