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ABC_Radiator_Badge.jpgA.B.C Radiator Badge 1920-27125 viewsLight alloy ABC radiator trim emblem . This piece measures 6 in. by 6 3/4 in.
Surrey UK
Wolfe Emde
Ace_Radiator_Badge.jpgAce217 views1920-1922 champleve Ace radiator emblem in excellent condition. It measures 1 7/8 in. by 2 1/2 in. There are no maker's marks. I don't know if it is NOS or Pulferiana. The Ace was a very "boxy" looking assembled car offering a variety of 4 and 6 cylinder engines. In 1922, it was absorbed by the American Motor Truck Co. and ceased building passenger cars. frank
Albion_Radiator_Badge.jpgAlbion Radiator Badge202 viewsfrank
Auburn_Radiator_Badge_1931-33.jpgAuburn Radiator Badge 1931-33142 viewsfrank
Babcock_Radiator_Badge.jpgBabcock139 viewsDescription: Babcock Electric Carriage Co, Buffalo, NY. 1906-1912. Succeeded in 1912 by Babcock Electric Vehicle Co .Wolfe Emde
Bimel_Radiator_Badge.jpgBimel233 viewsVery rare 1915 or 1916 champleve Bimel radiator emblem in excellent condition. It measures 2 1/4 in. in diameter. and it doesn't appear that it was ever attached. There are no maker's marks. I don't know if it is NOS or Pulferiana. The Bimel Automobile Co., once the Bimel Buggy Co., built one model marketed as the Elco. The Elco 30 was a 4-cylinder touring car built in Sidney, Ohio during 1915 and 1916frank
Chandler_1921_Radiator_Badge.jpgChandler Radiator Badge 1921150 views1921 champleve Chandler radiator mblem This curved piece measures 2 5/8 in. by 1 1/4 in.hubcapco
chandler_radiator_Badge.jpgChandler Emblem142 viewsfrank
Chevrolet_Radiator_Badge_1925.jpgChevrolet Radiator Badge 1925-1928110 viewsChvev 4 1924 1925 1926 1927 Chevrolet radiator shell badge

10 cm x 3.6 cm (4" x 1 1/2")
Chevrolet_Radiator_Badge_1929-31.jpgChevrolet Radiator Badge 1929-31104 viewshubcapper
Cole_8_Radiator_Badge.jpgCole 8 Radiator Badge 1910115 viewsChampleve 1910-1920's Cole 8 "The Standardized Car" radiator emblem . This rare piece measures 1 1/2 in. in diameter.hubcapco
Crawford_Radiator_Badge.jpgCrawford 156 viewsOriginal brass Crawford radiator badge. It measures 3 1/2 in. by 2 3/16 in. I don't believe it was ever enamelled. The first Crawford was built in 1905 and the company quickly built a reputation for quality and reliability. Production was never very large, and the company was absorbed by the Moller Pipe Organ Company, which produced the Dagmar, Standish and Luxor as well as the Crawford. The last Crawford was built n 1923 although the Dagmar was produced until 1927frank
Davis_Radiator_Badge.jpgDavis Radiator Badge98 viewsemblemhubcapper
Dodge_Std_Six_Radiator_Badge_jpg.jpgDodge Standard Six 1928 Badge238 viewsWolfe Emde
Durant_Radiator_Badge_1.jpgDurant Radiator Badge156 viewsMEASURES APPROX. 1 1/2" BY 2 1/4"frank
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