New York Police Detective Sergeant badge #40 first worn by Detective Sergeant Weinberg and then by Detective Sergeant James McGuire.
NYPD Municipal Detective badge made of stering silver. This style was used from 1870-1872.
This frame includes on the left, a NYPD Sergeant shield, first used in 1872. On the right is a NYPD Captain badge. This style was first used in 1871 and continued until 1898. The Colt is a 1873 .38 caliber rim fire conversion. Framing by Rob Kohlstedt.
N.Y.P.D. 1st issue Captain badge of Galen T. Porter which resides with the New York Police Museum. Made of sterling silver. Note: There are a couple of cheap copies that have been making the rounds for well over 20 years. They keep popping up in auctions. They are chemically aged and have a funny look. Buyer Beware.
This is a picture of one of the cheap copies of the Galen T. Porter badge.
NYPD Municipal Detective badge. This style was used from 1870-1872.
14k Assistant Chief Inspector. Rank is the same as Assistant Chief (2 Stars). Now a defunct title.
Fancy presentation police baton, carved ivory and decorations and 14k gold inlaid presentation shield: Presented to Serg’t. Archie McCallum By his Friends Dec.r 7th 1905. McCallum was assinged to Brooklyn and rose to the rank of Lieutenant.
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