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Automobilia - AAA, Employee and Chauffeur Badges

Enamel badges of the 1920s identified members of the American Automobile Association. Club badges from the AAA were status symbols and member installed them on their vehicles. Employee Badges were used as a means of identification at many of American Automobile factories in the United States.

AAA Badge   Employee Badge   Chauffeurs Badge

In the early 1900s (1909-1928) every Chauffeur needed a badge or certificate and it had to be displayed when he worked. The Chauffeur Badge was often kept pinned on his hat or label. Made of steel, tin or nickel badges usually changed each year with a date, color or both. In recent years, chauffeur badges have become collectors items especially popular with collectors who specialize in small accessories and items associated with automobilia.


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