Badge Sets
Badge Sets
Badge Sets
Badge Sets
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Badge Sets

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If you open up a drawer here at Camp you'll more than likely see one or two of these beauties. We have them stashed everywhere. Since we bought camp nearly 15 years ago, we have been obsessively collecting these from everywhere (barn sales, yard sales, thrift store, flea markets, friends finding them for us).  We are peeling off  some small sets to share: they are a mix of boy scout, vintage advertising, competition prizes & event patches. You iron or sew these on to a bad ass denim jacket or display them together on a felt wallboard or get them on a canvas bag... honestly so many options on how to incorporate these patches into your decor or clothing. No matter what you do, they're vintage goodies & they're small & lovely.

 all of our vintage goods are well loved & not perfect. Just like us.

DETAILS

➕ Patch set 1: White perch, BSA Jr. Asst. Scoutmaster, Scout Fun Fair 1964, Portage District Spring Camp-o-ree 1968, WI State Jr. Rifle Championship 1959, Conowingo Bait Co Fishing Award

➕ Patch set 2: Maryland Sportfishing Tournament 1982, White Perch, Conowingo Bait Co Fishing Award, Coordinated Camporee 1967, Boy Scout Square patch

➕ Patch set 3: Pabst Ribbon advertisement, Life Saving Senior, Wisconsin Badge, Scout Fun Fair Chicago Area Council 1964, Fall Camporee 1966

If you're in a hurry & expecting next day shipping you might want to go elsewhere. Our tiny Camp team is most likely evicting raccoons from the treehouse or rescuing a lost canoe across the lake. We have a minimum order of $40 & we'll pull, pack & ship orders once a week. We're over the moon that people care enough about our tiny Camp to want some merch, so thanks for shopping, and thanks X10 for your patience with us.