Think about it. Its 1880 and your name is Wyatt Earp. Does your heart rate rise thinking about walking the dirt streets and board walks of Tombstone with outlaws and cattle rustlers lurking in the dark alley ways ready to take the first shot? Your gun is drawn and her finger is on the trigger. "Stop, its Wyatt Earp, Deputy Marshal Tombstone!" you say. Now you can own the replica Tombstone Deputy Marshal Tombstone Law Badge. Six point pinback star badge. Antiqued silver finish, made to appear old and
Santa Fe Railroad Special Agent Antiqued Brass Badge Agent McClure was shot and killed while attempting to arrest several men for stealing corn from a train. He and his partner had boarded the train at Belen in an attempt to stop any theft from occurring in Abo Pass. His partner had gotten off the train at a flag stop and Agent McClure continued on. When Agent McClure failed to return to the station a search was undertaken. His body was found three days later in a well suffering four bullet wounds. (Excerpt
This great reproduction badge reminds us of the Old West Days in Dodge City Kansas when Matt Dillon kept law and order. It is a replica of the badge worn by James Arness in the series Gunsmoke. Antiqued and aged to look old, just like you found it in the back alley of Main Street Dodge.
Bounty Hunter USA western style law badge. Antique engraved silver finish with decorative scroll marks with Bounty across the top rim, USA in the middle of a cut out five point star and Hunter along the bottom rim. A really cool looking novelty law badge designed by CircleKB.com Size: 2 x 2, complete with pinback.
In 1879 Wyatt Earp, who had built a reputation as a gunfighter in Dodge City, Kansas, settled in Tombstone, Arizona Territory. Earp tried to create some semblance of order in Arizona, working first as the deputy sheriff of Pima County and later as deputy U.S. marshal for the entire Arizona Territory. Earp and three of his brothers, together with the American frontiersman Doc Holliday, became famous for their participation in the O.K. Corral gunfight in 1881, in which they killed several suspected cattle
This is the same badge as worn by Ronald Reagan in the 1953 classic Law and Order. Reagan as Frame Johnson cleans up the western town of Tombstone, Arizona. After nearly being lynched, Johnson and his sweetheart move to the quiet town of Cottonwood, Arizona where once again the trouble begins. After loosing a partner Johnson is forced to once again become a lawman, taking up his badge and six shooter to rid the town of the rugged band of outlaws. Complete with pin back. Measures 2.25 from point to point.
When it comes to naming the wildest towns in the Wild West, the mining town of Tombstone, Arizona Territory, looms near the top on most anyone's list. Tombstone, when it was booming in the early 1880s, featured gambling, shootings, political factions that divided the law enforcement community and, of course, the gunfight near the O.K. Corral, in which three Earp brothers and Doc Holliday killed three uncooperative cowboys. Shiney Brass Sheriff Tombstone Arizona Territory Shiney Brass badge. This cool badge
On May 11, 1853, California Governor John Bigler signed a legislative act authorizing the organization of a band of California Rangers under the command of Captain Harry Love. Their purpose? To capture or kill the infamous bandito Joaquin Murieta, ringleader of a gang of men believed to be responsible for much of the cattle rustling, robberies, and murders taking place in the Mother Lode region. In July of 1853, the Rangers came across the group of bandits near Arroyo Cant�a in San Benito County. After a
A day in the life of a Casino Inspector is never dull. Whether it's catching cheats or keeping the croupiers honest, it's a non-stop whirlwind of excitement! Don't try getting anything by these guys. They've seen it all and will stop at nothing to see justice served and fair play for everyone.