This Police Gazette Medal stands 10” tall and
the bottom eagle topped shield is 14k gold while each individual named section is 18k gold.
National Police Gazette
The National Police Gazette, commonly referred to as simply the Police Gazette, was an American magazine founded in 1845. Under publisher Richard K. Fox, it became the forerunner of the men's lifestyle magazine, the illustrated sports weekly, the girlie/pin-up magazine, the celebrity gossip column, Guinness World Records-style competitions, and modern tabloid/sensational journalism.
Portrait of Richard K. Fox
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May 1 1912
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