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AUTHENTIC DEPUTY SHERIFF BADGE

This is a stock badge measuring 2 1/4" overall and is stamped on the back in an oval "J.P. Cooke Co., Mfr's, Omaha". It is die cut from German silver with stamped lettering filled with black enamel. It has what appears to be the original spring type pin on the back circa early 1900's. An excellent example.

PRICE $ 325.00

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AUTHENTIC EARLY POLICE BADGE - DUG UP

Obviously not jeweller made this crude example appears to have lain on the ground for many years. The back is heavily corroded and shows the impression of having had some type of pin at one time. The front does not show this heavy corrosion and must have been protected like under floorboards or some other type of covering. Comes from a well known collection.

PRICE $ 125.00

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ORIGINAL DEPUTY SHERIFF BADGE

Hardly used this nickel-silver badge is a typical "stock badge" dating to the 1930's & measuring approx. 2 1/2" tip to tip. It is stamped not cast with a "saddle" type pin-back on the reverse as well as the maker's cartouche which is "Edward Jones & Co., Oakland, CA. a well known maker. Excellent+ condition.

PRICE $ 375.00

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ORIGINAL ANTIQUE CITY MARSHAL BADGE

Showing only slight use, this badge is approx. 2 1/4" high with a pin type used from the 20's. It is a cast "Stock Type" and appears to be nickel silver. Under the eagle is the word "Marshal" and "City of Lawson" around the "State of Missouri" shield in the centre and "Missouri" in a band on the bottom. The recessed letters were originally filled with black enamel, most of which has worn off. There is some paper on the back from an old sticker. A nice badge from a desireable area.

PRICE $ 225.00

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PROHIBITION ERA D.U.S.M. BADGE

Original Die struck, Brass shield, 2 1/8" high, surmounted by an eagle with a background of stars. Original gold wash barely perceptible. The one piece wire pin is broken off and the maker's mark appears to be covered by the solder used to secure the pin. A very busy period for the D.U.S.M.'s offices as well as historically significant.

PRICE $ 375.00

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ORIGINAL (DUG) CITY MARSHAL BADGE

Verbal history has this badge as being found in Idaho. It is die struck and probably nickel plated originally. It has survived in fine condition and one may be able to see a slight bit of the maker's mark. It has had a safety pin added at some time and the solder has obscured most of the back. An exceptionally nice patina has developed on the copper over the years. I would expect this to date from Late 1890's to the 20's.

PRICE $ 475.00

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SANTA BARBARA COUNTY (could be San Benito or San Bernardino also) CALIFORNIA - DEPUTY SHERIFF'S BADGE

This fine example measures 2" tip to tip of the six points. It is what is classified as a "Stock" badge. That is it was stamped in quantity and then upon ordering the manufacturer would add the County name. In this case "S.B.". The manufacturer has stamped his name which appears on the back "ED JONES, Oakland, CAL. Guaranteed 100% original, the back retains the original copper "Saddle Back" plate which is rectangular not oval and a portion of the original copper pin. The balance of the pin has broken off at some time & a nickel pin has been attached which can be seen protruding to the upper left on the photo. This badge appears to be nickel silver and has black enamel in the recesses of the imprint. I would place this badge in the 1920's.

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INDIAN POLICE BADGE

This beautiful badge shows some use however it is in very fine condition. Marked "Tribal Zuni Police" on the face with black enamel in the recesses (some of which has worn or flaked off) & maker marked what appears to be "Mayer & Wenthe Chicago". The Zuni were primarily in Arizona. Badge is 6 pointed with a nickel surface and round balls on the points. The name "Hall" is scratched in the back indicating ownership by a well known Texas collector.

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ORIGINAL "DEPUTY SHERIFF" BADGE

This badge is a nickelled "Stock Badge" and has no maker's mark. It dates 1900-1920 with a one piece pin on the back. The lettering is filled with balck enamel and is marked "San Bernardino County, Cal." The overall is near unused.



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ORIGINAL CITY MARSHAL'S BADGE & BATON

In beautiful condition this item dates to the late 1890's. It consists of the Marshal's baton complete with braided red cord and tassles and his Badge. The Badge has no maker's name on the back and has an original tongue type catch which is indicative of the period. The face shows "City Marshal" and the city of "Junction City, KS" for Kansas. The body of the badge is very aged german silver with a brass five point star applied to the centre.
This was the scene of many wild incidents during the days of the cowboys and a unique piece of Old West History.

P R I C E $875.00

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ORIGINAL ANTIQUE POLICE CONSTABLE BADGE

This is a stock badge stamped out of nickel silver produced by the A.A. White Co., 114 Westminster St., Prov. R.I. It has a tongue type catch indicating use around the turn of the century. The dingbats and lettering display most of the original black enamel and overall this badge is in very good condition. Double click image for enlargement.

Price: $225.00

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ORIGINAL ANTIQUE COLORADO STATE PENITENTIARY GUARD BADGE

Manufactured by the well known "Sachs-Lawlor" firm in Denver and so marked on the back. This badge is in excellent condition probably from the 40's. Double click to see larger photo and rear.

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"RADIATOR" STYLE CONSTABLE ANTIQUE BADGE

Probably from the 20's this badge is stamped from sheet german silver, it has a saddlle back pin which appears to be original to it and bears no maker's name. This is a unique shape and very often copied however this is original. Double click image to see other photo's. In very fine overall condition.

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ANTIQUE DEPUTY SHERRIF BADGE

I would guess this one to be circa 1920's. It is stamped on the reverse "LA RUBBER STAMP CO. LOS ANGELES, CAL." and also a german silver stamped generic example. There is hole in the centre which probably had a number secured to it. The pin on the back is also missing, otherwise condition is very good.

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