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In the case of the one I found, it is dated 1940-1942… I guess it expired and was simply discarded, or given to a kid that eventually lost it.OK.
What is it with all these lost chauffeur badges ?
Their pants coming off to many times with customers ? Or what.
Must not have many around here.
Never found one.
Congratulations to everyone who found em.
That last quote is going way back.. many here may not understand it! LOLNice Save of the Chauffeur badge. With the 327, it makes you wonder if the Chauffeur drove a Chevrolet? Nice Saves on all the badges. I just had a thought. Maybe these badges weren't lost, but simply discarded when the chauffeurs came to the realization that ( "Badges, We Don't Need No Stinkin' Badges!) Just a thought.