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1928-1938 Dodge Brothers Emblems Open to Serious Offers

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30dodgedd6    2
Most of these  are very hard to find especially as group, restored or NOS. I have been told it may cost you as much as $300 to restore one emblem.  I have also been quoted between $400 - $600 for a restoration. I would prefer to sell these as a collective group. However I may consider separation if their is enough individual interest! I would appreciate your best offer please. I can provide More detailed pictures at your request! Thank you

Most have been restored and some have not been.

List of what I believe to be the correct year and or application with help from you guys! Thank you again! 

1. 1930 Dodge Brothers Smaller Nickel Winged Circle Center Restored

2. 1931-34 Dodge Radiator Cap Ram Hood Ornament Used one Horn Chipped

3. 1935 Horn Button Used

4. 1928-29 Dodge Truck "E" Series (Gold Feathered Dodge Brothers )unrestored NOS

5. 1928-29 Dodge Truck "?" (Gold Feathered Dodge Brothers) Restored

6. 1931 Dodge DG8 and/or 1932 Dodge DL6 ( Nickel wings/gold Blue Center ) Restored

7. 1930 DC8 ( DB 8 lt blue Lettering Gold Metal)

8. 1929-30 "Dodge 6"  Nickel Wings Blue Restored No Mount  

9. 1929-30 "Dodge 6"  Nickel Wings Blue Unrestored with Mount

10. 1933 35 Dodge Brothers Truck/Car Grill Shell Gold Wings Medium Size Restored with Cracks

11. 1934 Dodge Brothers Car Grill Shell Gold Wings Medium Size Restored

12. 1935 Dodge Brothers Car Grill Shell Gold Wings Medium Size Restored

*** These three 33,34,35 are the same stamp except how they are stamped/molded to the grill shell.

13. 1935-38 Trunk Lid Emblem Long Wings Restored

14. 1935-38 Trunk Lid Emblem Long Wing NOS it Appears

15. 1937-? Dodge Brothers Grill Shell?Car Restored Smaller Winged Thin

16. 1937-? Dodge Brothers USA Grill Shell Says "37 TR" Truck I assume maybe Car Thickest of 3 smalls

17. 1937-? Dodge Brothers Grill winged Thin but longer.

18. 1930 DD6 Business Coupe Dash With center trim code badge

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30dodgedd6    2

I have added 1930 DD6 Dodge Business Coupe Dash with center trim code badge to the collection

 

ALL for sale as a collection! I may divide in October for sale individually. If you have a serious offer on them all or an individual then please go ahead and bring it. I am not easily offended the worst thing is I will counter your offer or say No.

 

Thank you !

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I have another it is a "Dodge 6" with chromed/Nickel wings with Blue Glass Not Pictured. I think that's a 28-29?

A "Dodge 6" with chromed/Nickel wings with Blue Glass"...Are you referring to your item labeled Photo 9 - which IS pictured ?  If so, I think you are correct, it is from a 1929-30 DA. I believe originally it was copper with the blue/black Cloisonne (see the beat up one on my car). So what you have pictured there is a highly unoriginal "hotrodded" version of a 1929-30 DA emblem.  Essentially this has been ruined and is virtually worthless. That said, actually I love it, you did some amazing work and any time you are ready to part with it, let me know.  (I hope you know I am kidding you about ruining it!) 

 

EDIT-  Sorry, I get it now. You actually have two 1929 DA badges: 1) Photo 9 restored (no mount) pictured and  2) "Photo 8" (not shown) of an unrestored badge with a mount. Can you show the unrestored one-front and back? 

 

On second thought, the one without mounts may not be worth much. Try mounting that to the radiator without the posts- tough action. (epoxy, maybe?). Better yet, try adding posts after the cloisonne is done. No way to solder new posts on now without ruining the chrome and all your fine work. This may be an item best suited to someone collecting badges rather than installing them on a car.

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30dodgedd6    2

Nice!  I have only seen a nickel plated emblems never a copper emblem. My last 30 emblem off my car was nickel also. The Dodge six I have is used and one is restored without the retainer. I have seen emblems held on with double sided tape. I have had one on my jeep for 15 years and its tested tuff! I think solder would hold without affecting the nickel. I will leave that up to the future owner of these.

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keiser31    973

A "Dodge 6" with chromed/Nickel wings with Blue Glass"...Are you referring to your item labeled Photo 9 - which IS pictured ?  If so, I think you are correct, it is from a 1929-30 DA. I believe originally it was copper with the blue/black Cloisonne (see the beat up one on my car). So what you have pictured there is a highly unoriginal "hotrodded" version of a 1929-30 DA emblem.  Essentially this has been ruined and is virtually worthless. That said, actually I love it, you did some amazing work and any time you are ready to part with it, let me know.  (I hope you know I am kidding you about ruining it!) 

 

EDIT-  Sorry, I get it now. You actually have two 1929 DA badges: 1) Photo 9 restored (no mount) pictured and  2) "Photo 8" (not shown) of an unrestored badge with a mount. Can you show the unrestored one-front and back? 

 

On second thought, the one without mounts may not be worth much. Try mounting that to the radiator without the posts- tough action. (epoxy, maybe?). Better yet, try adding posts after the cloisonne is done. No way to solder new posts on now without ruining the chrome and all your fine work. This may be an item best suited to someone collecting badges rather than installing them on a car.

I am pretty certain that the "Dodge 6" emblem that Dr. Joe refers to as originally being "copper" is supposed to be plated. All of the emblems were copper plated prior to the chrome plating and most have the chrome worn off down to the copper.

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HBergh    4

post-77841-0-86209100-1447104093_thumb.jTo backup Dr. Joe's DA emblem description, here is a picture of my 1930 DA radiator emblem, which I think is original.

 

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keiser31    973

attachicon.gifIMG_5195.JPGTo backup Dr. Joe's DA emblem description, here is a picture of my 1930 DA radiator emblem, which I think is original.

I agree. I think that was the only year for the copper emblem on the passenger cars.

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30dodgedd6    2

Could one of you guy post a picture of your drip rail on a 30-31  3 or 5 window coupe please. I need to see how it looks were it attaches to the body as well as how it is folded over.

Thank you

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Hello all,

  I have had this old emblem around for as long as i can remember. I cant seem to find what year and model it was off of. Also an aproximate value would be nice to know. It looks like it is stamped on the back with Gus Fox CO......now i coukd be wrong but is that Gustave Fox CO? Any help would be greatly appreciated.. I have seen a few above of this exact emblem on a 1930..but is that the only one that this emblem was used on? Id like to know the value so i can price it vorrectly to pass on to somebody qho could use it and get it back on the road...

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