$118.00 (Includes 18% Buyer's Premium) - No longer available
Sizes from .75" for the smallest enamel on brass pins up to 3-3/8" tall for the ribbon badge with chocolate bronze hanger showing rail car and "Guest" with 1897 medallion below. First four items carry initials "M.C.B." standing for Master Car Builders. The convention dates are 1896, 1897, 1905 and 1907. The last two of these include a serial number. The next five have initials standing for Master Car & Locomotive Painters Association. These carry names and dates for Atlantic City 1904, D.C. 1906, Atlantic City 1911, Denver 1912 and Chicago 1919. Next two name "Association Of Railway Superintendents Of Bridges & Buildings." The metal badge is 1898 and the cello (same on both sides) is 1904. Last item we cannot fully identify but reads "M.W.M.P. Supply Men Chicago 1912". All are Exc. to Mint. All very restricted issues.