Friday Scouting Hot Finds Newsletter October 16, 2015

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You can tell by those 1947 WJ patches there are some heavy hitters in today’s issue of the Hot Finds. This has been a really good time for vintage pieces and I’ve been plugging them away in the newsletter.

I have a bit of a dilemma that many of you have faced. I want to organize my OA flap collection and put it in frames but these durn mergers just don’t seem to ever end. I’ve thought maybe capping the collection at the end of 2015 (100th) might be a good stopping spot. Does anybody have a solution for this?

Because of all the stuff I’ve got up on the web I sometimes get questions from people wondering what stuff is worth. I had one of those yesterday and was happy to give the guy my appraisal of his grandfathers very small collection (less than 10 patches). He did have an interesting homemade patrol patch dated to the 1920s so it was a neat little collection.

Last night I got a bunch of Dixie Fellowship patches listed up on my eBay store including some of the really hard issues from the early 80s. I know it’s a pretty specific collector that likes that southern OA but take a look if you have an interest.

 

CLICK HERE TO OPEN THE OCTOBER 16, 2015 ISSUE OF THE SCOUTING HOT FINDS NEWSLETTER

 

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