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    Lot of Eight Vintage Law Enforcement Badges. Various sizes ranging from approximately 1.5" x 1.75" to 3" x 3". All examples are either nickel-plated or nickel silver. One example marked "J.P. Cooke Omaha" on the reverse, all other examples unmarked. The lot represents a variety of designs including shields and star variations. Four generic deputy marshal, constable and sheriff's badges are included as well as a City Marshal badge for Willis, Texas, a Deputy Sheriff's badge for Pima County, and a large constable badge for Goldfield, Nevada. All examples are complete with mounting pins, though two examples have had their pins replaced or repaired. All examples show wear from use but are in very good condition. From the estate of Houston collector Brent Burg.

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    Auction Dates
    June, 2013
    22nd-23rd Saturday-Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 9
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