Vintage agencies credential

Discussion in 'Free Replica Paper Props' started by repy, Jan 28, 2012.

  1. repy

    repy Active Member

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    Hello, i'd like to make my own prop of vintage FBI id just like the one of James Stewart in "the FBI story" but i can't find a decent vintage logo as seen in the pic.
    Any help on design or valid link to the head logo or complete ID is welcome.
    My next props would be on a vintage (30s 40s) CIA and private investigator credential so logo is welcome too just as Any ID from this time area .
    Many thanks
     
  2. The Director

    The Director New Member

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    If you are refering to the bureau logo at the top of the cred, do a search for the thread "Old British Warrant Cards", its about half way down page 1 i believe. Good luck on your prop. Some how the british warrand card thread diverged into the old FBI creds to.
     
  3. repy

    repy Active Member

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    Waow, many thanks "the Director" : i don't know how i missed that.:facepalm
    Anyway, i really appreciate your help.
    Best regards
     
  4. The Director

    The Director New Member

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    How's your FBI cred coming along?
     
  5. repy

    repy Active Member

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    Hello,
    i had over job to face on and not much time to make my props.... I'd like to vectorize the FBI logo but i'm a beginner on Photoshop and Illustrator so...
    I found a very nice USSS vintage ID to work on : more ideas than time:lol
    Best
     
  6. Cmdr.Kerner

    Cmdr.Kerner Sr Member

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    This is what I can offer.

    Dietrich
     
  7. repy

    repy Active Member

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    Hello Dietrich,
    many thanks for this!!!
    I really appreciate all the "gifts" you make to this community and i wish i could be as talented as you are to contribute.
    All my best and respect.
     
  8. Cmdr.Kerner

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    No problem repy, thanks for the kind words.

    Dietrich
     
  9. apexshirts

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    Hello Cmdr.Kerner,
    I have seen many of your contributions and I just want to say I think this one is quite nice. Swell even. Thank you for all you give to this community.
     
  10. The Director

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    Repy, maybe you could show us an image of the old USSS cred your going to try and work on?
     
  11. Cmdr.Kerner

    Cmdr.Kerner Sr Member

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    Hi apexshirts,

    thanks a lot for the kind words.

    Dietrich
     
  12. repy

    repy Active Member

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    I'm not certain that i'm allowed to post my file here (good resolution) due to forum's chart even if my USSS cred is from the 1940's (i don't know how actual look like so....) but here is a sample.
     
  13. breen2057

    breen2057 Sr Member

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    that looks the business. very nice work.
     
  14. nightowl12020

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    Just remember, the CIA didn't exist until after World War Two. I don't recall what year just offhand, but well after 1945. It was created out of the wartime OSS(Office Of Strategic Services).
     
  15. indianeagle

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    the only cia id / credential i have seen would be for director allen dulles credentials from the 1960. i think the cia still has a photo of it on there web site under the museum section.
     
  16. indianeagle

    indianeagle Member

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    curent secret service credentials differ from the 1940 issue. i like the 1940 issue. the credentials have changed over the years and especially now that there apart of homeland security .
     
  17. highorder1

    highorder1 New Member

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    The current USSS creds don't look like that at all. I really enjoy the older credentials, the BEP really made them works of art.
     
  18. whitehammer

    whitehammer Well-Known Member

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    I think that its fairly safe to post obviously obsolete ones, just as they allow the selling of old polices badges ect on fleabay.
     

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