Peerless Motor Co. -Emblem/Badge/Medallion/Logo-1920's Cleveland,OH

This is a "Peerless Motor Co." metal logo /badge or medallion. It is a 2.5" diameter circle of heavy metal. This piece appears to have possibly been from the center of the steering wheel ? The Peerless Motor Co. was an important car mfg co. located in Cleveland ,OH from 1900 to 1931. They specialized in high quality cars. They were one of "the 3 P's" with Pierce Arrow, and Packard, manufacturers of high end autos. Peerless hired Barney Oldfield to drive for them. The co. inexplicably, and abruptly changed to a Beer mfg. co. in 1933 ie. Carling Black Label.

It has a spread wing eagle on a blue enamel backgroung, the word "Peerless" in silver, a red ,white and blue shield in the center. This is a nice tangible piece of early American auto history. It is in VG condition.

This is one of five collectble vintage car relics that I have listed. I'll combine postage if anyone buys, or wins more than one. ie. $1.00 for each additional after $5.00 for the initial piece.

Others I have listed are Essex Super Six, Paige, Buick and Jordan.

$5.00 Dom. S/H