Secret Service Collectibles Part II

Secret Service guest pin - 1980s
Secret Service guest pin - 1980s
Secret Service guest pin - 1980s
Secret Service guest pin - 1980s
Secret Service guest pin - 1980s
Secret Service guest pin - 1980s
Secret Service guest pin - 1980s
Secret Service guest pin - 1980s
Secret Service guest pin - 1980s
Secret Service guest pin - 1980s

This is an expanded list of Secret Service collectibles, particularly as it relates to the declassified security pins worn by VIPs within the White House compound. They are occasionally numbered.

Very few early Secret Service security pins make it into the general collectible stream, generally from the estates of retired agents and officers. At the White House, these security pins are changed constantly as a security precaution, but older versions like the ones above crop up occasionally on auction sites. These security pins are no longer valid and come from private estates or public auctions. More recent versions, for security reasons, should never be traded, auctioned or sold.

Also, the USSS has an affiliated service group that operates as a benefit fund for the families of USSS agents that experience the ultimate sacrifice or are injured on the job providing security for the United States. Please consider buying a specially produced item from the website at:

http://www.whitehousegiftshop.com/

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  1. Manuel says:

    Hi! Where is the best place for a collector to find this pins for sale? Thanks!

  2. Tom Carrier says:

    Manuel:

    These particular pins are extremely difficult to find, particularly the ones associated with the Vice President. When they are found online they will sell for $100 to $250 each and they do not come up very often. After collecting for about 30 years, I have only 2 in my collection.

    Just keep your eyes open in shops, online, and anywhere collectors congregate. Chances are you will find one in a misc box somewhere as the owner isn’t aware of the pin’s significance.

    Check back on WorthPoint, of course, too so you can keep up with any that may have sold at auction.

    All the best.

    Tom Carrier
    Worthologist

  3. Manuel says:

    Tom:

    Thank you for you message. I always check on ebay, but without luck to this days. Also, in the future, if you plan to sells your just let me know. I probably will be interested. Thanks again!!!

    Manuel
    mvelilla@gmail.com

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