Lot 6 different 75th Anniversary Boy Scout Patches – Diamond Jubilee


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For sale are six different BOY SCOUT 75th Anniversary Uniform Patches in excellent condition. Each patch measures about 3 inches in diameter. These patches were issued in 1985. Buy any one patch for $5 or all six for $15. Buy these patches and then watch an Adam Sandler in the SNL canteen boy sketch. The Diamond Jubilee Patches for sale include the following:

North Star Outdoorsman
Achievement Award
Boy Scout Camp
Diamond-Shaped Diamond Jubilee Patch

The Boy Scouts of America grew out of the international Scouting movement founded by Robert Baden-Powell in 1908. Chicago publisher W.D. Boyce was impressed by the popularity of Baden-Powell’s U.K.-based organization, and in 1910 formally created the Boy Scouts of America. Based on its initial mission to teach boys “patriotism, courage, self-reliance, and kindred values,” the Boy Scouts focused on these broad goals as learned through outdoor activities and hands-on life skills.

The national jamboree is held about every four years. In 1985, the 75th Anniversary of the Boy Scouts (referred to as the Diamond Jubilee), the national jamboree was hosted at Fort A.P. Hill, Virginia with the theme: “The Spirit Lives On”. About 32,000 scouts participated.

Weight 0.75 lbs
Dimensions 6 × 6 × 1 in