San Francisco Police PROTOTYPE badge #88, made by Irvine & Jachens SF. Sterling. This prototype was authorized to be worn by Officer Russ Dickey to gage reaction from officers and the public.
San Francisco Police PROTOTYPE badge #123, made by Irvine & Jachens SF. Sterling.
San Francisco Police PROTOTYPE badge #0000, made by Irvine & Jachens SF.
Early San Francisco Special Police B.P. badge made of nickel silver by DWL S.F. Circa 1880. Appears to have mostly survived the great fire.
S.F.P.D. Special Police badge issued to a Military Police Officer U. S. Army, who worked side by side with a regular S.F.P.D. officer. The officers initials appear on the badge. Made by Irvine & Jachens San Francisco and dated on the reverse
S.F.P.D. Special Police badge issued to a Military Police Officer U. S. Navy, who worked side by side with a regular S.F.P.D. officer. The officers initials appear on the badge. Made by Irvine & Jachens San Francisco and dated on the reverse 8-7-31. Sterling.
San Francisco Press Pass Issued by Chief of Police #1064, made by Irvine & Jachens. Sterling.
San Francisco Press Pass Issued by Chief of Police #558, made by Irvine & Jachens. Sterling.
San Francisco Police badge #23 made of sterling silver and issued to Henry Hook who was appointed 4-25-1878.
San Francisco Police badge #353, issued to Louis H. Young on July 16, 1883. Thanks to Lou Tercero for researching the files.
Additional Info from City Directories:
1884 Occupation: Policeman Res. 1512 Powell
1887 Occupation: Policeman Res. 1806 Stockton St.
1896 Occupation: Policeman Res. 2421 California St.
1913 Occupation: Policeman Res. 238 8th Ave.
San Francisco Police badge #586 hallmarked
J.C.Irvine Sterling Silver. Issued to Henry H. Rudolph who was appointed 4-21-13.
San Francisco Police badge #802 hallmarked Irvine W. & Jachens Market. Dated 6-25-10. Coin
Silver. Issued to Albert Saemann 12-30-1908.
San Francisco Police Lieutenant Fred Esola who later was appointed U.S. Marshal for the Northern District of California.
Rare San Francisco Police Co. A. Belt Buckle.
Photo of Honored Guests of the Grand Opening of the San Francisco Police Museum from L to R, Asst. Museum Curator Lou Tercero, County Supervisor Wendy Nelder, SFPD Sgt and Museum Curator Robert Fitzer, Police Historian Jim Casey.
San Francisco Special Police N. Z. badge made of sterling and beautifully hand
engraved. Made by Wirth & Jachens circa 1886.
14K S.F.P.D. Special Police Wm. N. Chief's Office badge. Made by Irvine & Jachens San Francisco.
This nickel badge was made by J.C. Irvine San Francisco circa 1886 and is similar to the one this officer, a S.F.P.D. Special named George F. Nichols is wearing. He was shot on August 23, 1900 while investigating a burglary in progress. Nichols died of his wounds on the morning of August 24, 1900. PHOTO OF NICHOLS THAT APPEARS IN THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL SATURDAY AUGUST 25,1900.
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Patrol Special San Francisco Police hat badge.
Hard to find.
San Francisco Patrol Special Police badge.
#2586. Sterling silver, issued 8-19-31.
There were only 30-40 of these sterling badges ordered before they went to nickel.
San Francisco Special Police badge #6372 hallmarked Irvine & Jachens STERLING and dated 2-8-43.
Clerk San Francisco Police badge #62.
Hallmarked Irvine & Jachens STERLING.
San Francisco Police Press Pass for radio station KQW San Francisco issued to Torres Weir. KQW began on Dec. 9, 1921 and was in business until May of 1925 when the license went to a group in San Jose, CA. Below is a image of the Weir Store front with a young Torres Weir dressed in a Indian costume, standing with his mother.
Five Nights At Freddy’s by Ellie Nelson .