A excellent conditioned war bond pin for the aviation world. Plane looks to be a P-47 Thunderbolt as used by the famous 56th Fighter Group led by the renowned pilot and tactician Hub Zemke.
A nice original sweetheart for a soldier serving in the Army Air Forces. This one is made of sterling silver.
Very nice conditioned matched set insignia for an officer in the Inspector Generals branch of the Army. Made by N.S. Meyer of New York.
An exceptional (that's original paint!)1943 dated British 6 Pounder AT shell. Deactivated of course!
Considering how many of these were made they are remarkable uncommon. These were produced by a variety of companies including Mack Molding Co. (this one), AMUS, American Insulator Co., DOW Chemical Corporation, General Industries, and P.I. This example is in excellent condition. The cap is not the one normally seen on these but I believe it to be period to the canteen. The bakelite caps they used were fragile so replacement would be a fairly common occurrence.