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Badge Reference 1888

Date posted Saturday 15th of February 2020
[Badge Image]Badge posted by Karol
Is there anybody who can identify these badges? Badge found in an old German warehouse in Poland.

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Badge Reference 1887

Date posted Monday 3rd of February 2020
[Badge Image]Badge posted by Philip Wright
Can anyone identify this membership badge. It is brand new Contains the Words GME Scouts. Apart from the wording it is identical to out pre APR badges I cannot see that it is Greater Manchester East!
Tks

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Badge Reference 1886

Date posted Friday 31st of January 2020
[Badge Image]Badge posted by Philip Wright
Can anyone help to identify the attached badges from our vast collection of unidentified badges
Tks

Comment posted on Saturday 1st of February 2020 by Steve
Top left possibly Canada ; top right Thailand ; bottom left New Zealand ; bottom right Australia.


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Badge Reference 1885

Date posted Thursday 30th of January 2020
[Badge Image]Badge posted by Vincent
Is it a strip for an american or english unit ?

Comment posted on Thursday 30th of January 2020 by Tom
It looks very similar to name strips used by local groups, so it could be for Paris Ontario Canada.


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Badge Reference 1884

Date posted Wednesday 29th of January 2020
[Badge Image]Badge posted by Nigel Kirk
can any body id this badge please

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Badge Reference 1883

Date posted Wednesday 29th of January 2020
[Badge Image]Badge posted by Dave Robak
is there anybody who can identify these badges?

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Badge Reference 1882

Date posted Monday 27th of January 2020
[Badge Image]Badge posted by Philip Wright
Can anyone help to identify the attached. Written on the back of the 3 different coloured ones "specially badges for all groope boys & girl scouts ~ yellow 1st stage, orange 2nd stage, red 3rd S
Tks

Comment posted on Saturday 1st of February 2020 by Steve
Red and yellow badges are from Mexico. The other badge possibly from Austria.


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Badge Reference 1881

Date posted Monday 27th of January 2020
[Badge Image]Badge posted by Philip Wright
Can any help by identifying any of the attached badges
Tks

Comment posted on Monday 27th of January 2020 by Lynda Jackson
Top right and bottom left are from South Africa.

Comment posted on Thursday 30th of January 2020 by Peter Ford
Top Left is Swiss

Comment posted on Saturday 1st of February 2020 by Steve
Bottom right is from Russia. The Siberian Association Of Scouts.


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Badge Reference 1880

Date posted Friday 17th of January 2020
[Badge Image]Badge posted by philip Wright
Can anyone help by identifying the attached cub badges. Thanks

Comment posted on Friday 17th of January 2020 by edwin
I belive these are all Belgium Membership badges. certainly the big one SBPB is and by going by the design i would suggest Wolf Cub Promise/M/ship.


Comment posted on Saturday 18th of January 2020 by John
Top Right is Cub Membership from Belgium "VVKS" association - Catholic, Flemish speaking.

Left: SB PB is from Federation Des Scouts Catholiques (Belgium)

Bottom Right: not sure.

John


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Badge Reference 1879

Date posted Sunday 29th of December 2019
[Badge Image]Badge posted by Lisa Bell
Can anyone identify this please?

Comment posted on Sunday 29th of December 2019 by Brian
Looks Danish
3 holes suggest walking stick badge


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