1940's - 1950's Loomis Armored Car Service Driver's Numbered Hat Badge

1940's - 1950's Loomis Armored Car Service Driver's Numbered Hat Badge

Code: adva50000lac


Product Description


WE ARE OUT OF THE OFFICE WITH NO SHIPPING CAPABILITIES!!!... We are now OUT OF THE OFFICE for about THREE WEEKS, Leaving Saturday September 4th, On The Road WITH LITTLE OR NO SHIPPING CAPABILITIES until our Return to the Office From our Travels to the ASMIC National & MAX Shows on Monday September 27th.

Thank you for visiting. We hope you will find some vintage artifacts to add to your collection here, and Please Note that we will be OUT OF THE OFFICE, from Saturday 9/4/21 through Sunday 9/26/21, and We will be UNABLE TO SHIP, until our return the Office on Monday 9/27/21, at which time we will resume NORMAL SHIPPING CAPABILITIES. But, during our time away, we will be happy to accept any orders and get the ordered artifacts marked as SOLD right away.
Thank you, Ron & Kana

ARTIFACT: 1940's - 1950's Loomis Armored Car Service driver's hat badge. Lee Loomis founded the company under the name Cleary Creek Commerical Company in 1905 in Portland, Oregon and soon began supplying Alaskan gold miners with daily commodities by way of dog sled in exchange for gold. His work paid off and the company continued to grow and in 1925, Lee established the Loomis Armored Car Service and produced and began operation of the first custom armored secure transportation known as "Old Number One". The center of the hat badge features a black enameled shield that reads: "LOOMIS ARMORED CAR SERVICE" and shows a scroll along the bottom that reads: "SAFETY WITH DISPATCH". The shield is set against a gilt brass, starburst-shaped badge and the reverse shows an oval plate stamped with the number: "568"

VINTAGE: Circa 1940s - 1950s.

SIZE: Approximately 2-3/16" in diameter

MATERIALS / CONSTRUCTION: Enameled, gilt brass

ATTACHMENT: Single post with screwback and stabilizer pin


ITEM NOTES: This is from a collection which we will be listing more of over the next few months. VBJX05 LBCEX2/16

CONDITION: 6 (Fine+): The badge shows moderate to heavy surface wear, spot of enamel missing, much of the gilt details remain intact.

GUARANTEE: As with all my artifacts, this piece is guaranteed to be original, as described.