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Postby lincs red » Thu Mar 05, 2015 6:15 pm

The new SC looks quite good for a modern badge, ive seen the second one on ebay a few times but i dont own one yet.

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Postby merlin48 » Sun May 17, 2015 1:13 pm

Hi, Botev, I have accidently come across your posts. I am a Hungarian collector of football badges now working on a Hungarian catalogue. Have you got rare (pre-war) Hungarian pieces in your collection?

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Postby mike061 » Tue Oct 04, 2016 8:31 am

Are there any football badge collectors around? I have a collection of around 6000 badges from all over the world and used to own a 500+ football scarves from all stadiums I have been too but due to lack of space I started selling those to younger fans.

If someone would like to exchange badges, do let me know. I am mostly after old UK models and Plymouth Argyle in particular. I would love to share more about this hobby but surely most of you are aware that the UK is the capital of football badges with even most non-league teams issuing every season.

Here are some pictures of badges from my collection!


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Hello Botev1921,
I also have some football badges
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Postby The Market Man » Mon Nov 28, 2016 12:42 pm

With regards to Plymouth, the most expensive one I have is around 100 quid from the 50s, but there are more expensive committee and member models. The most expensive badge in my collection altogether, which is officially valued is a 1917 Belgian team pin estimated between 800 and 1000 pounds. To me, of course, most valuable are the pins of my Bulgarian home team - I am missing just three badges of all ever created. ;)
Have you acquired these badges yet, Botev ? I'm in the auction industry, including specialist sports auctions, and if i spot anything i could let you know.

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Postby botev1921 » Thu Dec 01, 2016 11:59 am

With regards to Plymouth, the most expensive one I have is around 100 quid from the 50s, but there are more expensive committee and member models. The most expensive badge in my collection altogether, which is officially valued is a 1917 Belgian team pin estimated between 800 and 1000 pounds. To me, of course, most valuable are the pins of my Bulgarian home team - I am missing just three badges of all ever created. ;)
Have you acquired these badges yet, Botev ? I'm in the auction industry, including specialist sports auctions, and if i spot anything i could let you know.
Have not found any of these, but have not been actively looking lately either.

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