Customer Cars

click to see more photos of this '37 Dodge

Mr. D. Upton's '37 Dodge. Enameled emblem restoration by Emblemagic.

click to see more photos of this '52 Studebaker

Mr. J. Irwin's '52 Studebaker. Plastic insert emblem reproduction by Emblemagic.

Hemmings Articles

Emblem Collecting Part I
Emblem Collecting Part II

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About our website formats...

Either the "old" website format, which can be opened with the button above, or the current website can be easily viewed in a minimum 800x600 pixel screen size.

The current website uses Flash and is more dependent on modern browsers for functionality.  For old browsers earlier than IE 6, the old website format may work best.  It may also be a good choice for mobile devices.






New Emblems Added!

enamel emblems

If you are interested in the enameled (or cloisonn√©) type of emblem, check out our Unrestored Emblems page.  We have added a new page of excellent and rare emblems.  Look for the newtag!

No New Reproductions!

Unless the emblem is already listed in our catalog, either online or in our printed listing, we won't be adding any new plastic reproductions to our list, effective immediately.
We regret that we are too back-logged to continue this service for the time being. See here for details.

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