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Badge Reference 1809

Date posted Monday 18th of March 2019
[Badge Image]Badge posted by Lisa Bell
Can anyone help me to identify this badge?

Comment posted on Monday 18th of March 2019 by Mike
UK Scout Association - Backwoodsman (Collective Achievement) Proficiency badge - 1980s


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Badge Reference 1808

Date posted Monday 18th of March 2019
[Badge Image]Badge posted by Lisa Bell
Can anyone help me to identify this badge?

Comment posted on Monday 18th of March 2019 by Gerry McBride
Hi There

New Zealand 1972-1991 Bronze Bar on Green


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Badge Reference 1807

Date posted Monday 18th of March 2019
[Badge Image]Badge posted by Lisa Bell
Can anyone help me to identify this badge?

Comment posted on Monday 18th of March 2019 by Gerry McBride
Hi There

Again New Zealand 1972-1991 Gold on Green, you are missing the silver bar.


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Badge Reference 1806

Date posted Monday 18th of March 2019
[Badge Image]Badge posted by Lisa Bell
Can anyone help me to identify this badge?

Comment posted on Monday 18th of March 2019 by Alan Coupe
Hi, This is a religious badge. A Quest Emblem. Could be Scottish or Irish. Also you can get a bar to the badge and that is what the single stripe badges may be. If you don't want them then maybe we can do a swop? Regards Alan

Comment posted on Monday 18th of March 2019 by Gerry McBride
Hi There

Actually this is from New Zealand
DUTY TO GOD badge and was renamed Faith Awareness Badge in 1991. This is the third one in the series, first was square and had BOY above and SCOUTS below the emblem, second was circular similar to what you have number 3, and I have plenty in the swap box.


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Badge Reference 1805

Date posted Monday 18th of March 2019
[Badge Image]Badge posted by Lisa Bell
Can anyone help me to identify this badge?

Comment posted on Thursday 21st of March 2019 by Steve
A patrol badge from the USA. The Roadrunner Patrol and this issue was used between 1972 and 1989.


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Badge Reference 1804

Date posted Monday 18th of March 2019
[Badge Image]Badge posted by Lisa Bell
Can anyone help me to identify this badge?

No identification made so far, help by adding your thoughts at the bottom of the page

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Badge Reference 1803

Date posted Sunday 24th of February 2019
[Badge Image]Badge posted by Lisa Bell
Hi, My husband has these badges and cannot identify them. Can anyone let me know what they are please? He thinks they are UK but has swapped with many internationals over the years.

Comment posted on Sunday 24th of February 2019 by Peter
The top badge is the Scout Service flash used 1967-1984'
If the bottom one is yellow/gold stripes, it's the Assistant Patrol Leader. If the stripes are blue it's the PL Training flash.

Comment posted on Sunday 24th of February 2019 by Lisa Bell
Thanks Peter. The bottom one is indeed blue. Thanks for your help




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Badge Reference 1802

Date posted Saturday 23rd of February 2019
[Badge Image]Badge posted by Adrian
Who can help me to identify this badge?!

Comment posted on Sunday 24th of February 2019 by Brian
BSO/GA W1Western Sovereign Base Area
(Cyprus)

Comment posted on Sunday 24th of February 2019 by Alan
Actually relisted as CYP/BSC. W1. because these groups are not administered by the British Scout Association.


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Badge Reference 1801

Date posted Friday 22nd of February 2019
[Badge Image]Badge posted by Luke
I have this badge, I just know it's from Japan.
I need to identify it.

No identification made so far, help by adding your thoughts at the bottom of the page

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Badge Reference 1800

Date posted Friday 22nd of February 2019
[Badge Image]Badge posted by Luke
I have this badge, where is it from?
I need to identify it.

Comment posted on Friday 22nd of February 2019 by John Lewis
This is from Japan. It is a leader training emblem worn on a Scout uniform jacket. It comes in 2 parts - this is the top part (& presumably the 2nd / final stage). The missing part fits underneath and is more of the "totem pole".

John

Comment posted on Friday 22nd of February 2019 by Luke
Thanks John for the answer. Could you send me an image of the complete patch?
Do you know if it is currently in use in Japan?

Comment posted on Sunday 3rd of March 2019 by John Lewis
Having found the badge in my collection, I now recall it is 3 parts, not 2.
If anyone would like a scan of the whole thing, let me know,

John


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Badge Reference 1799

Date posted Friday 22nd of February 2019
[Badge Image]Badge posted by Luke
I have this badge, where is it from?
I need to identify it.

Comment posted on Saturday 16th of March 2019 by Lorna
This is the Girl Guide centenary of BP's birth pin badge.


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Badge Reference 1798

Date posted Friday 22nd of February 2019
[Badge Image]Badge posted by Luke
I have this badge, where is it from?
I need to identify it.

No identification made so far, help by adding your thoughts at the bottom of the page

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Badge Reference 1797

Date posted Friday 22nd of February 2019
[Badge Image]Badge posted by Luke
I have this badge, where is it from?
I need to identify it.

Comment posted on Friday 22nd of February 2019 by Gerry Mcbride
Hi There

Now this is NZ/NCAI national commemorative and activity issues 57/2 B.P. Centennial Black Vertical Ribbon

Comment posted on Saturday 23rd of February 2019 by Luke
HI Gerry, what does NZ / NCAI mean 57/1 NZ / NCAI 57/2? Is it a code?

Comment posted on Sunday 24th of February 2019 by James
NZ/NCAI STANDS FOR New Zealand/ national commemorative & activity issues. 57/2 means it was the second such badge issued in 1957


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Badge Reference 1796

Date posted Friday 22nd of February 2019
[Badge Image]Badge posted by Luke
I have this badge, where is it from?
I need to identify it.

Comment posted on Saturday 23rd of February 2019 by Luke
Variant of pink color, and golden letters.
What is the origin?


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Badge Reference 1795

Date posted Friday 22nd of February 2019
[Badge Image]Badge posted by Luke
I have this badge, where is it from?
I need to identify it.

Comment posted on Friday 22nd of February 2019 by Gerry Mcbride
Again this is NZ/NCAI 57/1 B.P.Centennial Red horizontal ribbon gold lettering


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Badge Reference 1794

Date posted Friday 22nd of February 2019
[Badge Image]Badge posted by Luke
I have this badge, where is it from?
I need to identify it.

No identification made so far, help by adding your thoughts at the bottom of the page

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Badge Reference 1793

Date posted Friday 22nd of February 2019
[Badge Image]Badge posted by Luke
I have this badge, where is it from?
I need to identify it.

No identification made so far, help by adding your thoughts at the bottom of the page

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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

Comment posted on Saturday 16th of March 2019 by Lorna
Middle right is the blazer badge for my old school, Morrisons Academy in Crieff, Scotland.

The top right is from the Swedish Girl Guides, Brownie section.


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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

Comment posted on Saturday 16th of March 2019 by Lorna
Could it have anything to do with Roundhay Park?


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