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hey Fran?ois, How difficult is it to find these small unit pins? I have not ever seen more than a dozen, excluding the thousands of fakes floating around.

well most of mine came in groups, the majority is not fake but post war produced for vet associations, then not war time but not fake. They are scarce to find.

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emblem of BFS 2/32

Blind Flying School

A "pig-fiddle', a popular emblem with transport and training units

Well, actually we can even date this one before Oct. 1943 as all Blind Flying Schools added "30" to their number when the training system was reorganised in October 1943, e.g. BFS 2 became BFS 32. The change did not sikgnificantly effects the emblems.

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