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... read more
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. read more
RCMP Spurs with leather tabs and chains
This set of spurs are unmarked and include the bottom chains and top brown leather tabs in good condition, nickel spurs with a dull metallic finish. Probably mid 20th Century set ready to use. Could be used by local mounted police as well. read more
Govan Scotland Police Award for Sports Day 1894
The Govan Police Force in Scotland UK held some kind of sports event in 1894 and presented participants with medals for winning certain challenges. Here we have a 4th Place award for the International Tug of War competition. A very fancy medal for such a low standing. Marked on the back of the pin. Tug of war is a Scottish favorite. read more
Port of London Authority Helmet Plate
A 3 1/4" tall blackened helmet plate worn on a cork Bobby Helmet on the docks of London. A fine Victorian example with the top lug on the reverse repaired. These are hard to find with all the small bits still intact. The small flag is usually missing on atop the masts. read more
WWII War Department Constabulary
An original slide mount WWII cap badge to an officer in the WD Constabulary. Fine patina and original lugs.
The Army Department Constabulary was a security police force in the United Kingdom formed as a result of the Special Constables Act 1923. Originally, the Army used serving soldiers to guard its establishments and the only call for police was at places like the Royal Arsena... read more