Depending on the style, the city seal, the hallmark, and other things. You may have a good badge or a reproduction. Send me a scan of the badge front and back. EARLYBADGES@aol.com Hi,I sold this badge on Ebay 2 years ago.It belong to one of the officers that was on the police force in 1930.I got 400.00 for it I awaited for along time before putting this on Ebay. Thank you answering my question.
Call the Town of Cicero office and ask them?
These generally sell in the $50 to $75 range
Hello All,My husband has sign that was his father's. He worked for Brinks years ago. It is very heavy and in good condition, a few painted areas are worn but the overall sign in perfect. It is shaped like a shield. 13 1/4" Wide x 15" Tall. The sign says;BRINK'SINCORPORATEDFOUNDED 1859MONEY AND VALUABLESSAFETY AND DISPATCHon the back of the sign I was able to make out what it said...it's embossed;ART BRONZEMEYER & WENTHECHICAGOCan anyone tell me anything about this? What it is worth? Who might be interested in purchasing it? Thank you, Diane Brown (firstname.lastname@example.org)I don't have too much information. However, the company was last at 7220 W. Wilson in Harwood Heights, Illinois. They were bought out in the mid 80's by Everson Ross in Spring Valley, NY.When they moved from here, most of the custom dies were damaged or lost in transit. Most of the Chicago style badges were lost at this time, and the new owners didn't care.Many of the styles they used were the same as C.H. Hanson Co.EdMeyer & Wenthe office and factory were located at 24 t0 30 S. Jefferson St. A Loop office was at 108 N. Dearborn st. and on the west side at 28 S. Jefferson St all in Chicago, Il. This information was taken from the front of the 1925 Cataloge. I have an original copy as my husband's father was Herman H. Wenthe a partner with Gustuve Meyer who was a brother of Dominica Meyer Wenthe, my mother-in-law. The cataloge is 216 pages long and noonly were policeman badges made there but streetcar tokens , endless stamped metal objects and Herman Wenthe invented the pocket notary seal. The catalogue is facinating. I hope you can find one somewhere.If I can help you again - let me knowI now live in NYSI am glad to have found this web-site. My company, Smith & Warren, acquired Everson Ross in 1999. Everson Ross did acquire Meyer & Wenthe in the 1980's. Many of the dies and tooling were preserved and are still located in our factory in White Plains, NY. Any inquiries with respect to traditional Meyer & Wenthe designs can be directed to us via our web-site at www.smithwarren.com.Lee Galperin Smith & Warren www.smithwarren.com 1-800-532-2343My January, 2004 answer to the Meyer & Wenthe question was in error.Dominica Meyer was Gustuve Meyer's daughter not his sister.Meyer was the business partner and Wenthe was the engraver.I am the grandson of John Meyer from Meyer & Wenthe. I have the information you need from the very beginning of the company. 4 generations. Please contact me if you would like this information.Barry Hansen
Oscar Meyer is based in Madison, Wisconsin, not Chicago, Illinois.
Meyer Levin was born on October 7, 1905, in Chicago, Illinois, USA.
Meyer Dolinsky was born on October 13, 1923, in Chicago, Illinois, USA.
George Meyer was born August 3, 1909, in Chicago, IL, USA.
George Meyer debuted on September 3, 1938, playing for the Chicago White Sox at Comiskey Park; he played his final game on October 2, 1938, playing for the Chicago White Sox at Comiskey Park.
H. Meyer has written: 'Die amerikanische Seidenindustrie und die Seidenindustrie an der Weltausstellung in Chicago, 1893' 'Der Etiquetten-Schatz'
Russ Meyer played in 4 games at pitcher for the Chicago Cubs in 1946, starting in none of them. He made no putouts, had 4 assists, and committed no errors, equivalent to 0 errors per game (estimate based on total games played in). He had no double plays.
Billy Meyer debuted on September 6, 1913, playing for the Chicago White Sox at Comiskey Park; he played his final game on September 18, 1917, playing for the Philadelphia Athletics at Shibe Park.
Russ Meyer debuted on September 13, 1946, playing for the Chicago Cubs at Wrigley Field; he played his final game on June 28, 1959, playing for the Kansas City Athletics at Municipal Stadium I.
Kirk Meyer goes by Fire Meyer.
Heidi Meyer has written: 'Heidi Meyer'
Russ Meyer played in 23 games at pitcher for the Chicago Cubs in 1947, starting in none of them. He made one putout, had 6 assists, and committed no errors, equivalent to 0 errors per game (estimate based on total games played in). He had one double play.
Russ Meyer played in 29 games at pitcher for the Chicago Cubs in 1948, starting in none of them. He made 12 putouts, had 26 assists, and committed one error, equivalent to .034 errors per game (estimate based on total games played in). He had no double plays.
The origin of Meyer is "The name Meyer is a baby boy name. The name Meyer comes from the Hebrew origin. In Hebrew The meaning of the name Meyer is: Shining". Got info from: http://www.babyhold.com/list/Hebrew_Baby_Names/Meyer/details/
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Stephenie Meyer got married in 1994 to Christian "Pancho" Meyer.
Henry Meyer has written: 'Genealogy of the Meyer family' 'The Dramas Of Hospital Life' 'Les proverbes d'Henry Meyer'
How to Get the Most Out of Trade Shows. Chicago: NTC Business Books. Earl C. Meyer Winifred L. Green