Boy Scout Memorabilia Warehouse Sorting Project – Where All The Scout Collections I Buy End Up

I’ve been collecting Scouting memorabilia since I was a 13 year old Scout who just got tapped for the Order of the Arrow. Now after a lifetime of enjoying this hobby and being an active Scouter I have been blessed to turn this into a full time job. In Charlotte, NC I have a 2,000 square foot warehouse where I operate out of buying and selling Boy Scout memorabilia.

 

In this video I wanted to give folks a sense of how I handle all the collections that I purchase from Scouters. What I have discovered in doing this over the years is that everyone has some of the same items no matter where they did their Scouting. Insignia, camp patches, Jamboree stuff – just about everybody has some of that and on my end the challenge is how I do organize things. My goal is to tame the chaos of cloth and put everything into a labeled container.

 

 

If you enjoy this content then consider joining my Patreon Group called the Scouting Hot Finds Insiders.   This group includes some of my fellow thread heads that are willing to support all this content I’m putting out including hiring a podcast and video editor.  I also post exclusive content on that channel including an unboxing that I did while filming this video.  While I was sorting it made sense to break open another box and add the items in.

 

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