WW2 USAAF St. Christopher 'Be My Guide' - New Condition
Reproduction USAAF 'St. Christopher Be my Guide' Cap Badge. These were produced in the 1930s and 1940s as a good luck charm representing 'St. Christopher' the the patron saint of travellers. They were also worn on USAAF Flight caps. This badge is in new condition,
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The legend is that St. Christopher carried a child, who was unknown to him, across a river before the child revealed himself as Christ.
The fifth and sixth pictures show our aged reproduction badge on our B-2 Flying Cap.
These were not only fixed to automobile sun visors (hence the two pins), but worn on USAAF caps - see the penultimate picture of a genuine USSAF Cap and St. Christopher.
The last picture shows the difference between our aged condition badge and new condition badge.