However BEWARE of "restored" emblems which are filled with colored jeweler's epoxy instead of the authentic hard fired glass enamel. These cheap epoxy filled emblems are commonly sold as "restored" at online Internet auction sites. Don't be fooled - a properly restored emblem typically sells for $350 to $395 from a reputable restoration firm.
The center six-point star emblem is NOT the Star of David as some believe. It is actually two intertwined Delta characters (Greek for "D") symbolizing each of the two founding Dodge Brothers. However, for export models only during the late 1930's, the symbol was altered to be a single Delta character so as not to raise anti-Semitic criticism in a European market on the verge of WWII (see bottom photo - click photo to enlarge).