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Cecil B Demille NWMP Movie Commemorative Pins

Here is the rest of the set of the NWMP souvenir pins offered when the movie was released. The one on the left is the hero Mountie and on the right is a Cowboy character from the movie.

Code: 50670

SOLD


Hamilton Police Department Badge 247

This is a mid century breast badge c.1950s. A very light, small size badge compared to most, measuring only 2" in height. The original pin is present on the back with much wear to the nickel face. A solid example of one of Ontario's large jurisdictions in fair condition.

Code: 50015

80.00 CAD


Port Arthur Ontario Police cap badge

A silver washed pre 1953 cap badge to a constable in the defunct Port Arthur Ontario Police Dept which became part of Thunder Bay Ontario Police in 1970 along with the city of Fort William. An attractive badge with its original lugs intact and aged patina.

Code: 50029

100.00 CAD


Universal Canadian Police cap badge

The brimmed forage cap we are all familiar with today saw its introduction in the Early 20th century, c.1907. There were numerous cap badge patterns used by police forces across the Dominion, some with Canadian motifs and some more generic, in the American style. This example would be a classic American style with its laurel sprig surrounding the title Police, Sergeant or Chief. Canadian Police forces often added a crown to the cap to differentiate the style from US counterparts. This polished brass metal badge is partnered with a brass crown with red felt backing. See the attached picture to see how it was worn. A beautiful badge maker marked Scully, circa 1920 - 30s with good aged patina and both of its lugs intact.

Code: 50040

80.00 CAD


2 Universal Canadian Police cap badges

The brimmed forage cap we are all familiar with today saw its introduction in the Early 20th century, c.1907. There were numerous cap badge patterns used by police forces across the Dominion, some with Canadian motifs and some more generic, in the American style. This would be a Canadian version of the American style with its laurel sprig of maple leaves surrounding the title Police, Sergeant or Chief. These two badges are from the same maker and have a chromed finish to them. The gilt Sergeant's badge has both of its lugs, the Constable badge has two lugs missing. Both are in good condition otherwise and are ideal to showcase the style.

Code: 50041

60.00 CAD


A Universal Police Forage 2 piece cap badge

The brimmed forage cap we are all familiar with today saw its introduction in the Early 20th century, c.1907. There were numerous cap badge patterns used by police forces across the Dominion, some with Canadian motifs and some more generic, in the American style. This would be a classic American style with its laurel sprig surrounding the title Police, Sergeant or Chief. Canadian Police forces often added a crown to the cap to differentiate the style from US counterparts. This white metal badge is partnered with an enameled white metal crown. See the attached picture to see how it was worn. A beautiful badge circa 1920 with good aged patina and both of its lugs intact.

Code: 50039

125.00 CAD


"Come Along" Hand Cuff

"Come Along" Hand Cuffs are no longer used by police services due to the injuries caused by this device. The high tech look of this cuff puts it in the 1950s to 70s era. The concept is much older than the device, and many variations are known, the earlier versions are rather simple and primitive. The idea is to twist the device to cause pain and submission. They have been known to break a wrist if not handled correctly. This is being sold as a collectors item only. It functions and is in good condition with all of its chrome finish in good state.

Code: 50047

180.00 CAD


Simple light weight Billy Club early 20th Century

A small 9" club with a good grip handle, possibly made of hickory or oak. Probably early 20th Century and limited in its effect, would give a good bruise maybe.

Code: 50049

45.00 CAD


1877 New Zealand Armed Police Victorian Cap Badge

A nice rare Victorian badge from the island of New Zealand for the national Police worn from 1877 - 1886.

Policing started in New Zealand with the arrival of the first Governor in 1840. By 1846, the tiny police force was recognized with the passage of the Armed Constabulary Ordinance. New Zealand's early police force continued to grow with the colony and was further enhanced with additional structure and rules with the passage of the New Zealand Armed Constabulary Act of 1867. The Armed Constabulary took part in military actions against Māori opponents Riwha Titokowaru in Taranaki and Te Kooti in the central North Island in the dying stages of the New Zealand Wars. While the nationally organized Armed Constabulary split its efforts between regular law enforcement functions and militia support to the land wars, some provinces desired local police forces of their own. The armed force had a similar function and history as the South African Constabulary having been established during conflict. Eventually the force was modernized as the National Police in 1886. This badge offered here predates this change and was probably the last pattern.

Code: 50059

450.00 CAD


1867 Armed New Zealand Police Badge

Offred here is the first pattern cap badge of the national force worn between 1867 and 1877.

Policing started in New Zealand with the arrival of the first Governor in 1840. By 1846, the tiny police force was recognized with the passage of the Armed Constabulary Ordinance. New Zealand's early police force continued to grow with the colony and was further enhanced with additional structure and rules with the passage of the New Zealand Armed Constabulary Act of 1867. The Armed Constabulary took part in military actions against Māori opponents Riwha Titokowaru in Taranaki and Te Kooti in the central North Island in the dying stages of the New Zealand Wars. While the nationally organized Armed Constabulary split its efforts between regular law enforcement functions and militia support to the land wars, some provinces desired local police forces of their own. The armed force had a similar function and history as the South African Constabulary having been established during conflict. Eventually the force was modernized as the National Police in 1886. This badge offered here was the first issue..

Code: 50060

500.00 CAD