|The picture shows a view of all (11) Small Old Cub Scout & Boy Scout Related Items in this lot. Because of the lighting, a few items are difficult to see in the picture (see below). Only one item here is dated, but most are old. The items included here are as follows:|
In the center is a black & white Boy Scout in uniform photograph. It is dated on the back February 16, 1944. He was from Troop #110 but we can not read the patches.
The other photograph is a black & white Polaroid photo of a Cub Scout in uniform from Los Angeles. He is riding on the front of a truck (perhaps a fire truck). The front of the truck is marked ''AHRENS FOX''.
Next is an old Boy Scouts ''Insufflation Rescue Breathing)'' instruction card. It was from the Charlesbank District Minuteman Council.
There is an old Cub Scouts ID bracelet. It is not engraved. It has the Cub Scout emblem with a wolf or a fox. The back is marked ''Nickel Silver''. It does have some wear from use.
There is an old Cub Scouts neck tie bar. It has a chain and a hanging charm with a Cub Scout emblem and a wolf.
There is an old hard rubber or plastic seated Boy Scout character toy play set figure. It may be a Marx playset figure, but we do not know for sure. It is not marked.
Next there is an old metal Boy Scouts neckerchief slide. It has light glare in the picture, but on it is the Boy Scouts ''Be Prepared'' emblem.
It is difficult to see but above the left photo there is an enameled Boy Scouts S.O.S blue ribbon pin.
The last three items in this lot are all metal belt badges. Two are unopened. These include: SKIING, MUSIC, and GEOGRAPHY.
To judge the sizes the card on the right measures 2-1/4'' x 3-1/2''. These items appear to range from excellent to mint condition as pictured. As mentioned above, the bracelet has some wear.