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Badge Reference 1792

Date posted Thursday 14th of February 2019
[Badge Image]Badge posted by mike mcminn
please can you help all i have found out about the boy scout cap badge is that its Swiss i know the beret is a uk girl scout


Comment posted on Friday 15th of February 2019 by Alan
It is an odd combination. It is a Lady Scouter's hat from 1967 until late 1980s (Scouts - not Girl Scouts).



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Badge Reference 1791

Date posted Friday 8th of February 2019
[Badge Image]Badge posted by Philip Wright
Another batch from our pile of unidentified badges. Can anyone help? Thanks

Comment posted on Friday 8th of February 2019 by Fred Eardley
The badge with the three foxes heads on is the 142nd Sheffield (Fulwood) Group, Sheffield Rivelin District, South Yorkshire


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Badge Reference 1790

Date posted Friday 1st of February 2019
[Badge Image]Badge posted by Philip Wright
Could anyone help to identify the attached badges ~ Thanks

Comment posted on Friday 1st of February 2019 by Fred Eardley
Number 3 (crowns on crossed anchor etc on blue shield) is the 22nd Bradford East (St Clements) Group, in South Yorkshire County

Comment posted on Saturday 2nd of February 2019 by Peter
Bottom right is one of the NZ/CTY issues.

Comment posted on Saturday 2nd of February 2019 by Vincent Lafitte
On bottom left corner, french REG Normandie, used in 50's and 60's by Scouts de France

Comment posted on Sunday 3rd of February 2019 by Gerry McBride
Bottom Right is NZ/CTY 18 a Wellington County Badge

Comment posted on Friday 8th of February 2019 by james
top right - swallow - is Swedish


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Badge Reference 1789

Date posted Tuesday 29th of January 2019
[Badge Image]Badge posted by tony
Hi, not sure if there are a cpl off letters missing on the badge and I think it maybe the Leeds coat off arms. I may be wrong on both parts but if you could identify the badge I would be grateful.

Thanks

Tony

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Badge Reference 1788

Date posted Tuesday 15th of January 2019
[Badge Image]Badge posted by james
Is this a uniform badge and if so purpose ?membership

Comment posted on Tuesday 15th of January 2019 by John Lewis
James:
There are 2 or 3 of these - for different places - on general sale via the NZ IBC website. I understand they are for activity wear or souvenirs.

John

Comment posted on Wednesday 30th of January 2019 by Gerry McBride
Hi There

There are 4 badges Cook islands, Solomon Islands, Samoa and Tonga they are uniform membership badges all have South Pacific underneath, if anybody wants them please get in touch with me IBC108


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Badge Reference 1787

Date posted Saturday 12th of January 2019
[Badge Image]Badge posted by Richard Jones
Found among Australian badges; any help would be appreciated! Appears Germanic!
Do they have camels in South Africa?

Comment posted on Saturday 12th of January 2019 by Alan
It is an old district badge from the Netherlands (not sure why the camel)

Comment posted on Wednesday 23rd of January 2019 by Bertwin Lussenburg
Former Dutch district


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Badge Reference 1786

Date posted Saturday 12th of January 2019
[Badge Image]Badge posted by Richard Jones
Found among Australian badges; any help would be appreciated! A newer or older
Victoria city/state issue?

Comment posted on Saturday 12th of January 2019 by Mike
Zimbabwe

Comment posted on Saturday 12th of January 2019 by Richard Jones
Thanks, Mike, for the extremely quick asistance!


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Badge Reference 1785

Date posted Saturday 12th of January 2019
[Badge Image]Badge posted by Richard Jones
Found among Australian badges; any help would be appreciated!

Comment posted on Sunday 13th of January 2019 by Richard Spearing
Sunshine District Victoria. Earlier unnamed variety.


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Badge Reference 1784

Date posted Saturday 12th of January 2019
[Badge Image]Badge posted by Richard Jones
Found among Australian badges; any help would be appreciated!

Comment posted on Sunday 13th of January 2019 by james
1st Melbourne Sea Scouts, 1st Sorento


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Badge Reference 1783

Date posted Wednesday 2nd of January 2019
[Badge Image]Badge posted by Gerry McBride
Bottom Left Khaki background also the blazer shaped badge Thanks Happy New Year

Comment posted on Wednesday 2nd of January 2019 by John
The khaki badge is an old Swiss membership.

The blazer shaped badge is British and was for non-uniform wear


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Badge Reference 1782

Date posted Wednesday 2nd of January 2019
[Badge Image]Badge posted by Gerry McBride
Senior Patrol Leader from?

Comment posted on Wednesday 2nd of January 2019 by John
USA


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Badge Reference 1781

Date posted Tuesday 1st of January 2019
[Badge Image]Badge posted by jack boere
where are thos badges from? i do hev the same in greeg

Comment posted on Tuesday 1st of January 2019 by John Lewis
I would guess 90 years of Czech or Slovak Scouting?


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Badge Reference 1780

Date posted Tuesday 1st of January 2019
[Badge Image]Badge posted by jack boere
i do have this badge bud where is it from?

Comment posted on Tuesday 1st of January 2019 by j cheek
it is german a groups of prodestant scouts

Comment posted on Tuesday 1st of January 2019 by John
The German Protestant Scouts & Guides merged in 1973 into "Verband Christlicher Pfadfinderinnen Und Pfadfinder".
This is the Scout membership pre-merger.


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