Within the boundaries of Texas, one of the Round Texas Ranger Badges was a symbol of immense power and respect during the days of the untamed West. While it may look like a typical lawman badge, it is much more than that. The Texas Rangers were founded in 1823, when ten men were selected to defend 600 to 700 newly settled families in the Texas region. Twelve years later, in 1835, they were formally constituted and made into an active branch of armed servicemen. Even today, the history and service of the Texas Rangers is so great they are actually protected by statute from being disbanded, thanks to their acts of valor in defending Texas throughout its history, from bandits, Indians, outlaws, and more. This badge is typically shaped for a Wild West badge, consisting of a round circle set with a star on the interior. The circle is engraved with laurel-like leaf decorations, as well as with Texas Ranger along the top and bottom. The interior star is engraved with several curling lines, as well as CoA. The badge is crafted from metal and features a silver finish, as well as a peso-styled back as many ranger badges were, originally, crafted from larger Mexican pesos. It also features a pin which makes wearing the badge quite easy. It has a 1.5 inch diameter. Those who pay homage to this famous group of western warriors are sure to love this Round Texas Ranger Badge, and even those who just love westerns in general are sure to love the classic look of this stunning western badge.
- Modeled After a Texas Ranger Badge
- Features Great Antique Silver Finish
- Pin Back Makes This Badge Easy to Wear
- A Great Collectible or Gift Idea
- Made from a zinc alloy
- Diameter: 1.5 Inches