At first glance the idea of a blind trade sounds like an oxymoron. How can you trade patches blind? No offense to those that have problems with their vision. But yes in the Boy Scout hobby we do have blind trades and they do work. In this video I explain how these are organized and why you might consider participating. ...Read More
What is new in the 2014 edition? We have added over 2500 camp listings and added over 400 new Council names (including the second class councils that existed in the teens and 1920s. We have rewritten virtually all of the comments by including the camp locations where known and moved the comments to the camp data sections of the book...Read More
After having been an Order of the Arrow collector for more than twenty-five years I am turning over a new leaf. For most of my time as a collector and low-level dealer in Boy Scout memorabilia I stuck with what I knew. Growing up I was a Lodge Chief and Section Chief in the OA and that was always my...Read More
This video shares an idea for how to build displays that use the Boxware Frames sold by Chris Jensen over at www.streamwood.net. In preparation for putting together a Boy Scout museum for the 2014 Dixie Fellowship I contracted a carpenter to make an idea I had come to life. Essentially I wanted to be able to vertically display in a...Read More
I know a handful of Boy Scout memorabilia collectors that are using a unique strategy to sell stuff. They have rented booths in antique malls and set up a "brick and mortar" location. Now what makes these malls interesting is that for a small consignment fee they will sell your items for you and you don't even need to be...Read More
IT WAS SELLING ON CONSIGNMENT THAT ALLOWED ME TO LAUNCH MY BUSINESS I got my start on eBay in 1998 but like most people that was not the year I started selling. Eventually I did dip my feed in and I can remember after the 2001 Jamboree coming home with some stuff that got listed on eBay. By the time...Read More
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Jason Spangler Eagle Scout, Order of the Arrow Vigil Honor Member and past Chief, lifelong Scouter and severely addicted patch collector
338 S. Sharon Amity Rd.
PMB 123 Charlotte, NC 28211
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I started collecting Boy Scout memorabilia when I was inducted into Santee Lodge 116, Order of the Arrow at Camp Coker in the summer of 1986. All the guys of ISWA chapter in Elk campsite seemed to be trading and since my dad sent me to camp with a small bag of patches, I jumped in and never looked back....
I Buy/Sell Boy Scout Memorabilia
I have been an active Boy Scout collector for more than twenty-five years. I’ve been buying and selling patches on eBay since 1998. If you have a Boy Scout memorabilia collection you are interested in parting with please contact me...
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