Patches

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American Patch And Pin

When asked where we have our patches done we are quick to say American Patch and Pin. Over the years we have had many patches made. We had Retired Baltimore City Police patches made in both full size and baseball cap. Then we had Pink Baltimore City Police Patches, Motto Patches, all three of these designs came in both full size and smaller baseball cap sized patches. We did 2015 Riot patches, Motor and Marine unit anniversary patches. Every time we ordered no less than 300 sometimes as many as 600. Before Ken found American Patch and in every time we made an order we had problems, That is why Ken went looking for a new company and found American Patch and Pin. Ken has had more than 1000 patches made, only having to send his design in, and with no questions they make the patch, First sending the mock up witch has always been spot on. I don't know what else to say, other than if you want your patches made fast and made right, oh and affordable. Go where we go, contact the fine folks at American Patch Company. to switch to their page click HERE American Patch And Pin​ an Award winning manufacturers of Custom Embroidered Patches, Lapel Pins, Challenge Coins and Trading Pins.

Here are some of the designs Ken had made by other patch makers. When you see these next to just one of American Patch Maker's work you'll see why Ken will only by from

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Below is the Commemorative Shoulder Patches we had made by The American Patch Company. These represent our 1952 Shoulder patch, prior to 1952 The Baltimore Police Department didn't wear a shoulder patch. The first shoulder patch came in that year and was designed as a Rocker type patch, they used a Black background, with yellow/gold fonts and outline/boarder When they made this patch it was Black with Gold/Yellow Border and Fonts. A little known fact is that around the same time they had these made they had some White/Blue patches made too. The idea was to put the Black/Gold patches on an officer's the Coat and Class A uniform Blouse, while on the shirt they were thinking about putting the White Patch that had a Blue Boarder, and Fonts. After serious consideration they went with black/gold on just the coats at first, eventually adding them the shirt because by now Officers were not wearing coats in the summer months anymore, and would need a shoulder patch on their shirts too. These Blue/White Commemorative Shoulder patches can be purchased, they come in a set that has bother the black/Gold and a White/Blue. Send us an email, we ask for a donation of 15.00 that covers shipping and both patches.Our email is This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. add a note that these are for the 2PC 1952 Commemorative Shoulder Patch Set


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Donation $12.50 Click here to pay
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We also still have full size

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Motto Patch with Ever Ready Ever Faithful Ever on the Watch
2015 Riot Patch

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Small Baseball cap/vest patches

Pink Baltimore City Police patches
Motto Patch with Ever on the Watch Banner

Sale Price on any of the Full size, or baseball cap sized patches for just $5.50 each

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When you follow the link you just type in your dollar mount based on how many you want, then send us a list of which patches you wanted.
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All of our Patches look better in your hands than they do in the photos I've taken.

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