Lincoln County Sheriff Badge


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On November 7, 1880, the sheriff of Lincoln County, George Kimbell, resigned. As Kimbells successor, the county appointed Patrick Pat Floyd Garrett. Garrett was an American Old West lawman, bartender, and customs agent who became most known for killing Billy the Kid. Our badges of the Old West collection, including this Lincoln County Sheriff Badge, replicate surviving examples in detail and feature cast metal construction with solid mounted spring pins. They are great for Western re-enactors, collectors of Western memorabilia, or decor.

Key Features:

  • Sturdy fasteners
  • Excellent representation
  • Zinc alloy die-cast construction


  • Width: 2.75 Inches
  • Height: 2.5 Inches


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