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  • Where to obtain silver "S" dress buttons

    Hi.

    I've tried in vain for a long time to try and track down where I can obtain the silver dress buttons that are often on the dress blousecoats and jackets that either have a "P" for Police, or "S" for Sheriff.

    I have a few here, and all it has on the rear of the button is Cheshire buttons.

    Does anyone at all have any links or information as to where I can obtain some "S" buttons from? I've tried emailing some of the uniform manufacturers in the U.S.A. where my buttons came from but they won't reply or when they do they don't have any contact details.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated as I've exhausted all other avenues in tracking them down.

    Kindest regards
    A well trained dog is worth 10 men!

    I can recall my dog, but I can never recall a fired bullet!

    Would you prefer me to use the dog, the Glock, the baton or the O.C. spray? It's your health insurance so you decide. Alternatively there is always the handcuffs, followed by the Police with the court house preceeding rapidly after. Now which service would you like me to utilise

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    Here is a link for waterbury button company. They have allot of police and military buttons. Good luck.

    http://www.waterburybutton.com/user-...subcatg=Police

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    • #3
      I'm sure William Scully in Montreal sells them. They make badges etc. I'' try to find a link. They are on Moreau Street.

      http://www.williamscully.ca/
      Last edited by HotelSecurity; 10-10-2006, 07:08 PM.
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      • #4
        You two sirs are both gentlemen and scholars! Thank you kindly to both of you.

        I found exactly what I was after here http://www.waterburybutton.com/user-...s&page=6&id=46

        Thanks once again
        A well trained dog is worth 10 men!

        I can recall my dog, but I can never recall a fired bullet!

        Would you prefer me to use the dog, the Glock, the baton or the O.C. spray? It's your health insurance so you decide. Alternatively there is always the handcuffs, followed by the Police with the court house preceeding rapidly after. Now which service would you like me to utilise

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        • #5
          It might be cheaper to buy Canadian http://www.williamscully.ca/productd...ductid=7--1026
          I enforce rules and regulations, not laws.
          Security Officers. The 1st First Responders.

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