The Morgan Car Club of Washington DC is one of oldest Morgan clubs in the USA. Initiated in 1959, it has been the major East Coast Morgan club in the USA for many years.
It has issued a nice series of car badges over time. In the late 1970s, the so-called number plate badges appeared. These simply featured the MCCDC initials on a rectangle shape. Several versions of these badges were made: plain MCCDC lettering, or with added Morgan wings of either 4/4, +4 or +8.
The version for sale here features the Morgan 4/4 wings, fastened with a small nut at the rear.
The badges are made of aluminium, with raised letters. The surface is painted black.
Made by the famous badge manufacturer James Baker, these badges are hard to find nowadays.
This particular badge has not been used, but due to its age, some of its paint at the bottom is fading a little.
It's essential for any badge collection :-)