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Badge Reference 1897

Date posted Saturday 28th of March 2020
[Badge Image]Badge posted by James Crampton
Yet another mystery patrol badge.

Comment posted on Sunday 29th of March 2020 by James
Looks like bell heather

Comment posted on Monday 30th of March 2020 by Kelvin Britton
It is South African (old) and represents Heath or Heather, not sure what title was actually used


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Badge Reference 1896

Date posted Saturday 28th of March 2020
[Badge Image]Badge posted by James Crampton
Another patrol badge unknown to me.

Comment posted on Monday 30th of March 2020 by Kelvin Britton
Bokmakerie, a type of Bush Shrike which is the national bird of South Africa


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Badge Reference 1895

Date posted Saturday 28th of March 2020
[Badge Image]Badge posted by James Crampton
Unknown girl guide patrol badges. I'm guessing this might be Australian.

Comment posted on Sunday 29th of March 2020 by gerry mcbride
Woodpecker Patrol

Comment posted on Monday 30th of March 2020 by Kelvin Britton
Woodpecker - a family of birds found almost everywhere except Australia! Another SouthAfrican


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Badge Reference 1894

Date posted Sunday 15th of March 2020
[Badge Image]Badge posted by Peter Ford
I recently aquired a number of rover items including publications from the World Moot in Norway.

In amongst the items was a small pin sword. around 9cm long (3 1/2inches)

Can anyone help identify this item?
Country of origin etc....

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Badge Reference 1893

Date posted Saturday 14th of March 2020
[Badge Image]Badge posted by Ole Busk Poulsen
Does anyone know which country this is from?

Comment posted on Monday 16th of March 2020 by Brian
By colours Possibly Brownie, Child Care(Mother & Child)posibly but all guesses

Comment posted on Monday 16th of March 2020 by Brian
Don't know country but possibly Ireland


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Badge Reference 1892

Date posted Saturday 29th of February 2020
[Badge Image]Badge posted by Marcus Hewitt
I am not sure if this is a Scout badge or not.

Comment posted on Tuesday 24th of March 2020 by Steve
Dojo and the Chinese characters suggest a martial arts club. Exeter is a City in the county of Devon in the Westcountry.

Comment posted on Friday 27th of March 2020 by Tony Peck
Certainly IS a Martial Arts club badge. When I did Judo for 25 years we practiced in a Dojo (Clubroom). It could alternatively be for Karate or similar Martial Arts.


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Badge Reference 1891

Date posted Saturday 29th of February 2020
[Badge Image]Badge posted by Marcus Hewitt
This badge might be from Schleswig in Denmark/Germany. Is it even a Scout or Guide badge?

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Badge Reference 1890

Date posted Saturday 29th of February 2020
[Badge Image]Badge posted by Marcus Hewitt
Beanley is in Northumberland in England. Was this a badge from a camp held there?

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Badge Reference 1889

Date posted Saturday 29th of February 2020
[Badge Image]Badge posted by Marcus Hewitt
I've had this badge for a while. Is it a Group badge from the UK?

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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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