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This item is already sold(4) Different Old Boy Scout Neckerchief Slides
Boy Scout   Scouting   Neckerchief
The picture shows all (4) Different Old Boy Scout Neckerchief Slides in this lot. There are (7) different Boy Scout lots in my items right now. Please be sure to see them all! There is a painted plaster one that looks like a lumberjack or Paul Bunyan head. There is a nicely painted Native American Indian Thunderbird slide. It appears to be made of a resin material. Another one is of a painted lobster, again looks like a resin material. Another included is made of printed leather. It is imprinted in red, white, & blue. It has an emblem with an eagle, shield, and arrows. It reads:

AMERICAN
REVIEW
1964
LONG TRAIL
COUNCIL

Only one is dated but all are believed to be from the 1960's. To judge the sizes the leather one measures 2-5/8" tall. All are in excellent to mint condition. The painted plaster one has a few tiny paint chips that could easily be touched up if desired.

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(4) Different Old Boy Scout Neckerchief Slides


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