Sorry Gentlemen, but some errors are to be corrected:
The Hungarian items in Delis collection are:
1. Buckle for the black woven belt for officier of the Hungarian Air Force before and during WWII
2. Protocole gift of the Hungarian Air Force during WWII for foreign pilots (most for axis pilots). In gold for
officiers, in silver for non-commissioned-officiers. But in 24 karat gold for Göring!
3. Tie-clip of the Magyar Veterán Repülők Egyesülete (Association of Hungarian Veteran Flyers) from about 1995
and used even today. The triangle in the middle alone works also as simple pin.
4. This is a combination of a British (British Commonwelth) aviaion badge and Hungarian glider pilot pin. See the
form of the British crown on the top. Similar badges was seen is several forms for the RAF, RCAF ex people etc.
The Hungarian pin (letter H) was given out after performing the "C exaim" (three seegulls), which is nothing extra
today. The bellow ranks for the glider pilots "A exaim = twenty seconds(!) rutching along, B exaim, C exaim, silver wreath etc. etc. Glider pilots can reach the latter one within some month from the beginning.
5. This is a pin miniature of the dagger of the Hungarian Air Force before and during the WWII. Generally the girlfriends of the air force staff received them from the wooers. Several qualities in nearly the same size existed.
Much to my regret there are several false copies are in trade in the recent 15 years. This relates to all the item
(exept No. 3 - no reason to false it), so if you see smaller or larger holes with a magnifying in the back or even
on the topside, this should be casted copy. I can make a very good comparison to the original piaces and the
copies, since I have collect these items for about 45 years, and the largest part of my collection is originating
from that times. So, you can belive me, I am professional in these questions.
Best regards: Peter/Budapest