1. PBA tie clip from the White Plains NY Police Benevolence Association, made by Hickok in the USA 2 3/4 inches long, the PBA shield that ordains the front of this tie clip features a Christian cross and the dates 1683 -1915. Clip is in working order and has patina consistent with many decades of wear.2. Sing Sing Police Patch, embroidered in white on navy blue field it reads " Ossining Police, 1813, N.Y." with an embroidered red and white image of an Indian Chief. The 1813 date refers to the year the department was established in the Ossining Hamlet of Westchester County, NY. An example of this patch can be seen on the shoulder of an officer in the vintage photo montage provided by the departments website. 3 inches wide by 4 inches long.3. Vintage Slap Jack, the weapon of brass and leather self-defense for patrolmen of a bygone era. 8 1/2 long with a 6-inch looped wrist strap. This weapon has retained it's spring of movement along the braided leather neck with the weighted head showing still tight stitching and some wear from former use. The leather strap remains flexible and also shows some wear and rubbing from former use. Very Fine vintage condition.