Submitted by Bill:
I was a Sergeant on the Metropolitan Police Department in 1973 during President Nixon's and VP Agnew's inaugural parade. After the parade, an official with DC Department of Public Works gave me one of the presidential seals that had been posted on some light poles near the White House. It is shaped like a police badge measuring about 24 inches wide and 24 inches high. The year is printed below the eagle 1973. It was posted on a light pole on the southeast corner of 17th and Pennsylvania Avenues, N.W.
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