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    Unique Gold, Enameled and Diamond-Mounted Eagle & Shield Presentation Badge to A.M. Anderson, Deputy Police Commissioner of Public Safety for the City of Mount Vernon, New York. 2 1/2-inches tall. Three-dimensional eagle mounted atop a multi-layered shield with blue enameled ribands reading: Police Commissioner/City of Mt. Vernon. Center with raised State seal surrounded by a circle of diamonds. Shield mounted with two diamonds and surrounded by a finely cast laurel wreath. Reverse with presentation inscription reading: "Presented To/A.M. Anderson/Deputy Com. Of Public Safety/By His Friends/Feb. 5, 1936." Pin with loop safety catch.
    Condition: Excellent.


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    Auction Dates
    September, 2011
    18th Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 2
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