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Most slave badges have been uncovered by metal detectors, though because the badges have been scattered or destroyed, there are still quite limited numbers of these badges in existence.It is important to beware of the forgeries that claim to be real slave badges, as there are quite a few of those floating around.n September, senior clerics from a dozen different Christian denominations all over the Middle East met in Amman, Jordan, for a conference organized by King Abdullah II.
The earliest badges that have been found were made in 1800, and they were created every year after that up to 1865, when the result of the American Civil War ended the practice of slavery.
Over the years there were a variety of styles of badges by different craftsmen that were contracted to make them each year.
The number of badges created every year fluctuated, depending on the strength of the economy as well as changes in laws and regulation practices affecting the use of the badges.
Sometimes called slave tags, slave badges are very rare and considerably valuable to collectors.
One badge from 1803 sold for $26,450 at an auction.