Need help to verify WWll blood chits - Page 2




 
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August 18th, 2016  
George
 
good now!
August 19th, 2016  
MontyB
 
 
To be honest, it is hard to tell whether they are authentic or reproductions, the stitching looks about right although the lack of aging signs would concern me.

One of them looks like a Korean war one as well.
August 19th, 2016  
jamned
 

Topic: close ups


Here are a few close ups. Maybe they will show some clues. There are a couple Koren era, the ones with American flag & several languages.

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How about this patch?
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August 21st, 2016  
MontyB
 
 
The stitching looks ok it does seem very clean even around the stained parts but that isn't really important just an oddity.

Oddly enough it is the patch that concerns me most, I have never seen a patch where the tiger lies along the "V" usually they lay in the centre of the V to form an arrow shape.

Have you tried contacting the Flying Tigers Historical Organisation

http://www.flyingtigershistoricalorganization.com/

or

The Flying Tigers Museum in China...

http://en.kmflyingtiger.com/Contact....e=Contact%20us

As they should have more definitive answers.
 


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