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Sacramento County Deputy Sheriff badge #91. Made of sterling silver, hand engraved, hard fired blue enamel with applied gold numbers.
Hollister Township Deputy Constable San Benito County badge made by Irvine & Jachens 1027 Market St. S.F. circa 1912.
NV State Detective Bureau 8 pt 450
Presentation on reverse reads To J. F. Peralta From Jack Cribbins.  This badge is thought to have been Chief Peraltaís first Chief of Police badge.  After the badge to the right was presented to him this badge was used as a hat badge.
14k gold Presentation badge to J. F. Peraltaby O. F. Chichester  Dec. 6, 1926.    Made by Shreeve Jewelry San Francisco.
Brooklyn Rank Badge
Brooklyn Sergeant
Brooklyn Detective badge #19.
CA Authorized Detective 7 450
CHP Dep Chief 450
CHP Dep Chief-bk 450
Insp Narcotic Div Board of Pharmacy 450
Insp Narcotic Div Board of Pharmacy bk 450

Presented to W. A. Ingalls / By His Deputies /
Hallmarked D&R 14k.  Presentation on reverse:
Presented To Wm. A. Ingalls
By His Deputies & Friends.

Purchase price in 1907 was $1200.  The badge was in the safe deposit box of Mrs. N. B. Mercer in Tonopah, Nevada from 1921 to 1967.  In 1967 the badge was gifted to Ron Donoho, Nevada Historian and well known old west collector.  William Ingalls was the 1st Sheriff of Esmeralda County at Goldfield.

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Sheriff Ingalls, 1st Sheriff of Esmeralda County.
14k gold Esmeralda Sheriff Badge worn by William A. Ingalls, 1st Sheriff of Esmeralda County, Nevada.
Constable Goldfield badge worn by Claud C. Inman who was also the Chief of the Goldfield Fire Department.
Silver Esmeralda Sheriff Badge worn by William Ingalls, 1st Sheriff of Esmeralda County.

This hand made and engraved silver shield was first worn by Wm. A. Ingalls, the 1st Sheriff of Esmeralda County, at Hawthorne, Nevada in 1894, and in Goldfield until 1907.  It was worn by William B. Mercer, Stepson of Wm. Ingalls,  from 1921 to 1935.  William B. Mercer was the 2nd elected Sheriff of Esmeralda County at Goldfield.

Constable Goldfield Nevada badge, worn by “Two Gun” Charlie Benton and Claud Inman.  This badge was gifted to Ron Donoho in 1967 by Mrs. N. B. Mercer of Goldfield, Nevada.

Claud C. Inman was Constable of Goldfield and also the Chief of the Goldfield Volunteer and paid fire department.

Esmeralda County Deputy Sheriff badge made by L. H. Moise Sansome St. San Francisco.

Esmeralda County Deputy Sheriff badge worn by Dutch Humble and made by L. H. Moise Sansome St. San Francisco.

Gold shooting medal presented by a Sacramento merchant Kimball & Son Co. in 1906 at the Northern California Championship shooting tournament.

Back is maker marked J. N. Phillips Sac.  Phillips was a prominent jeweler.  Also inscibed:  Won By / Dutch Humble.  Dutch was a resident of Rocklin, CA

Gold shooting medal presented by a Sacramento merchant Kimball & Son Co. in 1906 at the Northern California Championship shooting tournament.
Back is maker marked J. N. Phillips Sac.† Phillips was a prominent jeweler.† Also inscibed:† Won By / Dutch Humble.† Dutch was a resident of Rocklin, CA
New York Police Detective Sergeant badge #40 first worn by Detective Sergeant Weinberg and then by Detective Sergeant James McGuire.
Circa 1878 Cleveland Police Secretary badge made in 14k gold and sterling.
Back of Circa 1878 Cleveland Police Secretary badge made in 14k gold and sterling.
1928 RandR Sac PD
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Butte Co. CA Sheriff W. R. Riddle Badge
14k gold badge, Sheriff Onondaga County, N.Y.
Belmont Police Retired badge No. 1
Imperial  Co. Deputy Sheriff Air Squadron badge made by Los Angeles Stamp & Stationary Co.  Badge is sterling silver.
New Jersey State Det Union
Hawaiian Det Bureau-450
Koloa Kauai Capt of Police 450
Honolulu673-450
NYPD Muni Det 450
Hawaiian Det Bureau-450
Idaho Springs Mayor badge 14k gold.
Idaho Springs Mayor badge showing presentation.
Captain of Police Display
SFPD Retired badge A 154 issued to Henry C. Gaylord who was appointed to the department on April 23, 1908.  He was born in San Francisco on 1876 and served in the Spanish American War.  He retired in 1928 as noted on his star and passed away in 1930.  He lived at 213 3rd Avenue from 1919-1926 and then on Clement.  He is buried in the Presidio Military Cemetery in San Francisco.
Reverse of Henry Gaylordís SFPD badge A154.  Hallmarked Irvine Jachens 1068 Mission St. S.F., stamped sterling and dated 11-28-28.
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San Francisco Police badge #1789, made by Irvine & Jachens Mission St. S.F. Cal., dated 7-15-53 and has the Jewelers Union Stamp.
Los Angeles & Salt Lake Rail Road Co. #39 Police badge.
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