1937 New York Daily Mirror International Police Pistol Tournament Plaque

This historic artifact is a hefty 12 X 13.5 brass plaque in the shape of a police shield mounted to a similar shaped 17 X 20 heavy sheet metal shield awarded during the 6th Annual International Police Pistol Tournament held at the Teaneck Police Pistol Range, in Teaneck, NJ in 1937, sponsored under the auspices of the “New York Daily Mirror.” The New York Daily Mirror first published in 1924 was a Randolph Hearst publication in competition with the widely circulated Daily News. They sponsored this famous annual international pistol meet at the renowned Teaneck Pistil Range that drew contestants and spectators from all over the country and the world. Comes with a certificate that unconditionally guarantees the authenticity of this item.

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1937 New York Daily Mirror International Police Pistol Tournament Plaque

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