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These are our illustrated and chronological price lists of original, (not
reproduction) emblems that are already restored and in stock. We
also have many unrestored emblems in
stock available for restoration. There is also a page of
miscellaneous enameled badges that
are NOS original stock.
PLEASE NOTE: The emblems listed below fall outside of our specialty, so we
neither stock nor restore them. However we do stock some emblems that do not fit into our usual product
lines here and here,
(or check under "other" in the drop down menus at the top of the page.) We regret
that we are unable to furnish any other suggestions, endorsements etc. on where these emblems might be found or how
to restore them. Check out the ad below or our
Link Pages for other helpful sources.
LIST OF EMBLEMS NOT HANDLED BY EMBLEMAGIC
nameplates, scripts and lettering in either plastic or metal The most common type of emblem, having been used throughout the prewar and postwar eras. usually
chrome plated or with painted highlights. When these emblems deteriorate, the plating pits, or wears
off, loses its studs or simple breaks. They may also have painted highlights which wear away.
painted metal Such as thin brass stampings from the pre-war period, with paint in the
recessed areas. This kind of emblem is usually thin and easily bent and is usually wrapped over a heavy
gage base. It can sometimes be difficult to know whether an emblem was originally painted or enameled.
Please contact us if you are unsure, and we will try to help you determine the type. Another example would
be the chrome plated die cast or stainless steel stamping made in the post-war period with paint
again in the recessed or top areas. When these emblem deteriorate, the paint gradually wears thin and