Antique Marshal Badge Old West 1890-1920's, 6 point star badge. Hmk l. A. Stamp
And their deputies have excelled for over 200 years. But a common object over time is the identifying instrument and documentation. Presented while conducting agency business. A badge denoted official operational capacity and the special merit that characterized. Whether the badge was a six-sided "tin star" made famous in western movies or a circular. Shape specifying the individual branch of duty, the badge has become a legend on its own. There was no uniform badge in the U. Marshals Service until 1941, when the "Eagle Top". Prior to this time, the badges came in different shapes and forms. Each district made its own identifying badge. Other forms of official notice came in the form of election official ribbons. Photo identification credentials, patches, and business cards.
Badge approx from 1880 - 1920s. Posible Silver star, not verified by a. Wear & tear check photos.
Badge size: Approx W x H 2 1/2" x 2 7/8". Attachments: Saddle C locking pin. Pictures are part of the description. This badge meets all the guidelines for historical badges. It does not resemble a modern or current law enforcement badge, insignia or uniform.
It is a historical piece that is 100 years old or older OR the item is defunct/obsolete OR from a now-defunct organization. This item conveys no authority or law enforcement powers. The item "Antique Marshal Badge Old West 1890-1920's, 6 point star badge.
Stamp" is in sale since Saturday, May 9, 2020. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Historical Memorabilia\Police\Badges\ Obsolete\US". The seller is "kates-shop" and is located in Valley Village, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.
- Modified Item: No
- Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
- Type: Old West U. S Marshal Badge
- Year: 1880 -- 1920.