Eureka Police badge #1, hallmarked Reininger, circa 1915.
Blue Lake Police badge #2, hallmarked Entenann, circa 1960.
Circa 1930 nickel silver Humboldt County deputy sheriff badge.
Town Marshal Ferndale badge, sterling silver, hand engraved with hard fired black enamel, circa 1893. Ferndale was incorporated as a Town in 1893. The population listed in the census of 1900 was 846. In 1907 the Town Marshal was I. B. Barnes.
Humboldt Co. Deputy Sheriff badge, early example made of nickel.
Constable Table Bluff Township (Loleta) is made of sterling silver with hard fired blue enamel and hand engraved. Circa 1910.
Constable Fortuna Township.
Circa 1923 sterling and hand engraved
Humboldt Co. Deputy Sheriff.
Blue Lake, CA Chief of Police badge last worn by Dennis Pecaut. He said it had been worn by several Chief’s before the department went to a more modern style.
Humboldt Standard June 27, 1957
Humboldt Standard May 7, 1955
Table Bluff Saloon, Table Bluff, CA
Seth Kinman: Hunter, prospector, fur trapper, hotel keeper, saloon keeper, chair maker, musician, entertainer.
Friend of President Lincoln.
1815-1888, burined at Table Bluff.
Eureka Police badge #3, hallmarked Reininger, circa 1915.
Eureka Press Pass issued by Chief of Police badge, hallmarked Ed Jones, circa 1935.
Eureka Fire Police badge #4 made by Ed Jones & Co. Oakland, CAL
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