Alameda Co. Deputy Sheriff badge #5, sterling silver, hand engraved. Made by Hutchison Oakland, CAL.
Alameda Co. Deputy Sheriff badge #36, sterling silver, hand engraved. This badge belonged to Earl Warren and was obtained by noted Alameda County historian and collector James Bolander.
Earl Warren went on to become the Governor of California and later became the Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court.
Alameda Co. Deputy Sheriff, gold front, #57 with applied horse head.
Alameda Co. Oakland SPCA Officer, #31, sterling silver, hand engraved. Hallmarked Morton Jeweler Co. Oakland, CA. George Fake was now working for Morton and you can see his signature enameled engraving.
Alameda Co. Deputy Sheriff, sterling silver, hand engraved. Noted Alameda County historian and collector James Bolander told me that this badge is one of four ordered from Oakland Jeweler and watchmaker George Fake in the late 1890's. Hallmarked Geo. Fake Sterling.
Alameda Co. Deputy Sheriff, sterling silver, hand engraved. Made by Oakland Jeweler and watchmaker George Fake. Noted Alameda County historian and collector James Bolander advised me that this badge is the first deparment issue and that after the deparment went to a new style, these badges were numbered and issued to Special Deputies.
Alameda Co. Deputy Coroner #5, sterling silver, hard fired black enamel and hand engraved. Made by Ed Jones Co. Oakland, CAL
Alameda Co. Deputy Sheriff, sterling silver, reverse hard fired blue enamel.
Reverse of badge showing Ed. Jones 906 Broadway Oakland hallmark. Stamped sterling.
Coroner Alameda County, 14k gold presentation badge, circa 1915,
hallmarked H. Morton 14k. Grant Miller was born in 1863 in California.
NOVEMBER 6, 1914
J. E. Becker
By the Citizens of Brooklyn Township
Alameda Co. Cal.
In recognition of bravery shown in the performance of his duty
June, 20 1908.
John Edward Becker was born in 1867 and for many years resided on Crosby St. Alameda, CA. He enjoyed police work and also worked as a Southern Pacific Railroad Officer. He enlisted in the National Guard on Nov. 10, 1899 and was a Sergeant in 6th Infantry 3rd Brigade. He died in Alameda on May 13, 1925 at age 58.
Deputy Constable Alameda County badge, hallmarked Ed Jones 906 Broadway Oakland.
Deputy Sheriff Alameda County badge, hallmarked California 835 Broadway Oakland and Coin Silver.