Looking for BSA Sail Insignia
Sat, 15 Mar 1997 10:59:06 -0600
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SE>Subject: Looking for BSA Sail Insignia
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SE>About 20 years ago, National Supply sold their remaining stock of large
SE>(18-24" high) sail logos. They were solid blue 1st Class Anchors on white
SE>cotton fabric. SES 303 LOTUS was lucky enough to acquire a set at the time
SE>and used them on the schooner's mainsail. They have worn (along with the
SE>dacron main) and need to be replaced or repaired.
SE>Does anyone out there have a set they would be willing to part with? If so,
SE>contact me off-net (email@example.com).
SE>I would also be interested to hear if any other ships are using them on thei
SE>sails. I've yet to see another sail flying this distinctive logo. It's a
SE>good adjunct to the unit flag to attract attention of fellow scouters in
SE>ports-of-call, not to mention the recruiting potential near your home port.
SE> Reply on or off-net at your discretion.
SE>Best regards, Ed Schickler, Council Commodore, Otetiana Council, Rochester,
Dear Ed..... Is there anyway that I could find out what this sail
insignia looks like ther than your description? If I had a picture
then I might be able to have it copied.
JRE Skipper Ship 1