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I actively collect early Railroad Police badges with a focus on 14k and 18k presentation badges. I have been actively collecting for 46 years. Please feel free to cI actively collect early Railroad Police badges with a focus on 14k and 18k presentation badges. I have been actively collecting for 46 years. Please feel free to contact me with your finds and visit my website. www.railroadpolicebadges.com (Read more)


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14k gold with diamond badge and presentation 44 caliber gun belonging to Chief Special Agent John Burnett - Railroadianain Railroadiana
14k gold with diamonds and ruby AT&SF Railway Police badge belonging to famous old west  Lawman Ben Williams.  - Medals Pins and Badgesin Medals Pins and B…
14k gold Great Northern Railway "Chief Special Agent badge  - Railroadianain Railroadiana
1930's New York Central Railroad Police Detective badge with custom logo center - Railroadianain Railroadiana
engraved sterling silver Southern Pacific Railroad Police Lieutenant star badge - Railroadianain Railroadiana
early 1880's AT&SF Railway Special Officer marked "AT" for Arizona Territory  - Railroadianain Railroadiana
A group of railroad police "pie plate" badges used in Chicago during the 1920's - Railroadianain Railroadiana
14K gold with large diamond presentation badge for Joseph Jones Chief Special Agent of the Oregon Short Line & SP Railroad Co. - Railroadianain Railroadiana
14K gold Railroad Detective badge with presentation for the PRR and LS&MS RR - Railroadianain Railroadiana
14K gold New York Central & Hudson River Railroad Chief of Police badge with diamonds - Railroadianain Railroadiana


  1. Thanks for the comments!
  2. Thanks for the comment!
  3. Thanks for the interest. I’ve been collecting and researching railroad police badges and artifacts for 47 years. I attend auctions, estate sales and collector shows across the country to obtain them.
  4. It was actually presented him when he became the Chief Special Agent for the railroad. It was given to him by the railroad.
  5. Thank you for your kind response!
  6. Hi Dave, It was actually his issued badge. There were also 12 Special Agent rank badges that were handed out to each of the 12 Division Special Agents. I have one of those and know we're another 5 re...
  7. Thank you Celiene. It is a very ornate and historical badge with great detail. Chip Greiner
  8. Thank you sir! I guess there was no question of where your loyalty was and who signed your pay check. Regards, Chip Greiner
  9. Thanks Scott, I have been chasing this badge for 35 years and I was able to purchase it at the A&S auction in Waco, TX. Have a nice Thanksgiving! Chip Greiner
  10. Good morning, I am the owner of his 14K good Chief Special Agent badge. Contact me at rrbadges@aol.com Thank you Chip Greiner
  11. Railroad Police are the second oldest organized law enforcement organization 1847 next to the US Marshals 1776. They are state commissioned police officers and receive their authority by state commis...
  12. I added the backs, as you can see some use the early T-pin attachment and a couple have engraved testimonials on the rear. In the early days of solid gold badge making they really knew how to craft a...
  13. Thanks..I have been doing this for 38 years and have 2162 railroad police badges representing over 700 different railroad companies. I have a thing for the 10k, 14k and 18k gold presentation badges. ...
  14. Yes..I will do that..the backs in some case are better than the fronts if you know what I mean!
  15. Wow Scott! That is one beautiful old piece! I love the early reverse enamel work. What an outstanding old piece. Chip
  16. Hi Scott: I will put a few more up this site. I have been collecting early railroad police badges for many years, along with early Coal & Iron Police badges. I also like early 1st issue major city ...
  17. I own one of the NYC&HRRR 14K gold Chief badges that belonged to Humphrey. I'm trying to find information on him. He was Chief of Police in the early 1910's up until the NYC&HR became the NYCRR. Chip
  18. Hi Scott: Thanks for your kind comments! Yes, they are beautiful. I collect early railroad police badges with a fondness for 14K gold presentation pieces. I have been searching for the "Hill" badg...
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