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This is a Rare 1950's - 1960's Jicarilla Apache Tribe Conservation Officer Badge by L.A. Stamp and Stationery Co. The Jicarilla Apache tribe is currently located in New Mexico. The Conservation Officer is tasked with patrolling the Reservation to ensure the protection of all natural resources and protect the general welfare of the tribal membership. The badge features a round center that reads: "JICARILLA APACHE TRIBE CONSERVATION OFFICER" and the base of the badge is numbered '12'. The reverse features a nice maker's mark: "LA STAMP STATY CO".
This Badge is usually encountered with no seal, but I have seen an image of one with Crossed Arms At Center.
Circa 1950's - 1960's.
Approximately 2-1/2" in height x 1-5/8" in width.
MATERIALS / CONSTRUCTION:
Plated bronze, enamel.
Vertical pin with locking drop-in catch.
"LA STAMP STATY CO"
This is from a police and law enforcement collection which we will be listing more of over the next few months. VAHJP20 LFGEX11/23/20 SFJJM07/09/21
7+ (Very Fine): The front of the badge shows moderate to heavy wear, much of a enamel detail remain intact, overall very fine condition.
GUARANTEE: As with all my artifacts, this piece is guaranteed to be original, as described.