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Ron AldridgeRon AldridgeFacebook Profile Page: https://www.facebook.com/ron.aldridge.376.
Marcus BaileyMarcus BaileyFacebook Profile Page: https://www.facebook.com/Mbchw617.I collect West Virginia and Ohio OA
David BargerDavid BargerFacebook Profile Page: https://www.facebook.com/david.barger.925.
Dale BloomDale BloomFacebook Profile Page: https://www.facebook.com/dale.bloom.92.
Paul BowmanPaul BowmanFacebook Profile Page: https://www.facebook.com/paul.bowman.370.I collect Unami and Delmont Lodges. I also collect Cradle of Liberty, Philadelphia, Valley Forge, and Hawk Mountain councils. Another area I collect is Professional Sports Themed patches and, to a certain extent, military themed patches.
Justin CarlisleJustin Carlisle
Aaron CarlsonAaron CarlsonFacebook Profile Page: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=17118405.
Gene CobbGene CobbFacebook Profile Page: https://www.facebook.com/gene.cobb.75.
Mike ConkeyMike ConkeyEagle Scout. Associated with BSA since 1965. Registered adult leader since 1993. Vigil, Tahosa Lodge, 383. Silver Beaver. Founder's Award. Four Philmont treks. Boundary Waters. Attended 2006 NOAC, 2008 AC5 (Contingent Leader), 2001 Jamboree (ASM) and 2010 Jamboree (Staff). Too many adult leadership positions in BSA and OA to list. Been collecting (patches mainly) since 1999. Buying memorabilia collections and selling on consignment for 10+ years. Have numerous references.Facebook Profile Page: https://www.facebook.com/mike.conkey.73.
Paul ConnerPaul ConnerFacebook Profile Page: https://www.facebook.com/paul.conner.37.
Tom CoonradtTom CoonradtFacebook Profile Page: https://www.facebook.com/tom.coonradt.
Carl CumminsCarl CumminsFacebook Profile Page: https://www.facebook.com/carl.cummins1.
Bob CylkowskiBob CylkowskiI collect EVERYTHING from the Far East Council - patch, n/c, bolo, pin, medal, pen, slide, belt loop, stationary, t-shirt, ruler, cap, streamer, banner, pennant, etc.
Collecting since I attended the 4th Philippine Jamboree in 1969.
Former editor of the Northwest Illiana Traders Association. Former board member of ASTA and ISCA.
39-year Postal Service employee (as of 2016), currently the Manager of In-Plant Support for the Champaign Processing & Distribution Facility.Facebook Profile Page: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100006167418410.
Brian DaltonBrian Dalton
Frank DeanFrank Dean
Nick DeMarcoNick DeMarco
Ryan DowneyRyan DowneyFacebook Profile Page: https://www.facebook.com/ryan.downey.587.
Sam FairchildSam FairchildFacebook Profile Page: https://www.facebook.com/samchild7.
Richard FreerRichard Freer
Mark GraffMark GraffFacebook Profile Page: https://www.facebook.com/mark.graff.923.
Rhett HendricksonRhett HendricksonI collect Southeast Missouri Council; St. Louis Council; Anpetu-We 100; Shawnee 51; Camps: Lewallen, Irondale, Lions Den, Scudder, Farm Camp, Brereton, Beaumont, Camp May, Lone Dell, Nagel, S-F Scout Ranch, Swift Base, Gamble, Famous Eagle, Sakima; Sea Scouting; and Life Scout insignia.Facebook Profile Page: https://www.facebook.com/rhetthendrickson.
Karl HenleyKarl Henley
Don HuguleyDon HuguleyFacebook Profile Page: https://www.facebook.com/don.huguley.
Brian / Garry IvesBrian IvesI am an Eagle Scout and a member of the Order of the Arrow. My scouting career started as a Tiger Cub and I earned the Arrow of Light Award as a Webelos. I was extremely active in scouting as a youth - Earning 105 Merit Badges and achieving Scouting's Highest Rank of Eagle Scout at 14 years of age. As an adult, I continue to stay active in Scouting. Most recently, I have volunteered as a staff member at the 2013 Jamboree working the Collections Merit Badge / ISCA booth and will serve in that same position again for the 2017 Jamboree. I first learned about Trade-O-Ree's in my early 20's. Since then, I have enjoyed attending Trade-O-Ree's from coast to coast. It has been fun buying, selling, and trading Boy Scout memorabilia and the fellowship with others at each event. There are several websites I have developed that benefit scouting memorabilia collectors. One of them being this newly designed Trade-O-Ree website: www.bsator.com. I have been an active ISCA member for years and just recently filled a vacant position on the ISCA board. I look forward to be working with ISCA in various ways.
If you have any Eagle Scout Pins that are not displayed on my website, please contact me.Facebook Profile: https://www.facebook.com/brian.ives.50.Website: http://www.EagleScoutPins.com.
Brian / Garry IvesGarry and Brian IvesGarry and Sharon Ives are the parents of Brian Ives. Sharon was Brian's den leader while in Cub Scouts and Garry became an Assistant Scoutmaster when Brian briged into Boy Scouts. Garry has been involved in scouting with Brian ever since. He is a member of the Order of the Arrow and enjoys camping, attending Trade-O-Ree's, National Scouting Events, etc. We opened our online business in 2010 - Buying, Selling, and Trading Boy Scout Memorabilia.Website: http://www.ShoppingBin.com.
Brian / Garry IvesGarry and Brian IvesGarry and Sharon Ives are the parents of Brian Ives. Sharon was Brian's den leader while in Cub Scouts and Garry became an Assistant Scoutmaster when Brian briged into Boy Scouts. Garry has been involved in scouting with Brian ever since. He is a member of the Order of the Arrow and enjoys camping, attending Trade-O-Ree's, National Scouting Events, etc. We opened our online business in 2010 - Buying, Selling, and Trading Boy Scout Memorabilia.Website: http://www.ScoutingsBest.com.
Mark JamesMark JamesTradingeagles.com is owned and operated by Mark E. James an Eagle Scout and Woodbadge Scouter of over 52 years. Mr. James is a member of ISCA, International Scouting Collectors Association, member number 6092 and a member of the International Badgers Club. Mr. James' goal is to return unwanted Scouting Memorabilia back to Scout and Scouter collectors to preserve Scouting memorabilia and the Scouting history. We are located in the heart of the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex in Arlington, Texas.Tradingeagles.com strives to adhere to the International Scouting Collectors Association Ethics Policy.
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We believe it is important to be fair in our offers and in our purchases of Scouting Memorabilia. As such, our core business values will ensure that we develop those partnerships.
Complete Honesty and Integrity at all times is our way of life. Our customers are the real value in Tradingeagles.com, and will be treated, as we would expect to be treated. Every customer is our key customer. We will be there to provide the support to our customers and will meet or exceed the expectations of our customers. We will give our best effort to every customer.Facebook Profile Page: https://www.facebook.com/mark.james.9484941.
Luc JanssensLuc JanssensFacebook Profile Page: https://www.facebook.com/luc.janssens.5.I collect all Transatlantic Council & District Activity patches
Tom KasnickaTom KasnickaI collect all Boys' Life items and Hot Air Balloon Pins.
Jared KornegayJared Kornegay
Bob LevinBob Levin
Reece McCormickRon AldridgeFacebook Profile Page: https://www.facebook.com/reece.mccormick.
Wynne RitchWynne RitchI am from Southern Illinois where I received my Eagle badge in 1960, Vigil member, attended 1960, 1985, 2010 national Jamborees and 2007 World Jamboree. Joined the Marine Corps out of High School, spent two tours in Viet Nam 65-66-67. Went to college, joined the L.A.Area Cncl 1972, San Gabriel Valley Cncl 76, Great Western/Western L A A C 1079, San Mateo/ Pacific Skyline 98, Verdugo Hills Cncl 2004 where I retired after 32 years as a Asst., Scout Executive. I collected from all of them and have probably a lot to show for it. But my passion is Norman Rockwell and his paintings. I have all of the Boy Scout ones he made signed, I have another 100 plus of non Boy Scout signed and I now collect what is primarily showed in the pictures. When framed and signed it make his artistry much better to comprehend. I am married with 4 children and 5 grand children. My wife and I donate to the Las Vegas Scouting Museum and Norman Rockwell every year and many other organizations. I am also part President of the Kiwanis, Optimist, Rotary, Chamber of Commerce and member of 4 different boards. My wife and I this past year raised $52,000 for a Rotary Fundraiser of which about half went to Children's Hospital L.A. where my grand daughter goes who is 6. She has SMA. If you look it up you will find it to be devastating. I put on events for non profits donate to them Rockwell's and all is good and yes I travel a lot.Facebook Profile Page: https://www.facebook.com/wynne.ritch.5.
Barry SapolnickBarry SapolnickWebsite: https://www.boyscoutcollector.com.
Roger SchustereitRoger SchustereitFacebook Profile Page: https://www.facebook.com/schustereit.
Bruce ShelleyBruce ShelleyFacebook Profile Page: https://www.facebook.com/bruce.shelley.7.
Richard ShieldsRichard ShieldsWe've been in business since 1976 selling all kinds of Scout Memorabilia. Richard is an Eagle Scout, Vigil Honor member, Silver Beaver, and still active in Central NC Council, and Mecklenburg County Councils.Website: http://www.thecarolinatrader.com.
Ted ThompsonTed ThompsonFacebook Profile Page: https://www.facebook.com/ted.thompson.1840.
Roger WardRoger Ward
Bryan WestBryan WestFacebook Profile Page: https://www.facebook.com/bryan.west.566.I collect Arkansas lodges with a focus on 559 and Westark Area.
Scott WheelerScott WheelerFacebook Profile Page: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100009039850657.What do I collect?
Annual Event Patches (International Camporee, West Point, National Meeting and many more)
Belt Loops (Camp and Council Issued)
Boy’s Life Magazine, Boy’s Life Pennants and Patches
Council Neckerchiefs (Neckerchiefs that only have the council name on them)
Council Patches (CPs) (NON CSP shapes that only have name of the Council on them)
Council Strips (Not a big priority except Michigan and First Issues)
Insignia (Position Patches, Merit Badges, Patrol Patches, Ranks, Knots, Medals, Air, Sea, etc….)
Literature (Annual Reports, Merit Badge Books, Service Library, Program Notebooks, etc…)
Michigan Camporee’s and Activity Patches (Accumulation..which means I do NOT have a list)
Michigan Order of the Arrow
National Jamboree Contingent Items (Everything ever issued by a council for a jamboree)
Order of the Arrow Two Piece Sets
Order of the Arrow Neckerchiefs (One from each lodge)
Presidential Pilgrimages (Lincoln, Grant, Harding, Roosevelt)
RWS Council Strips (NOT community Strips!) (I know, something I DON’T Collect )
Scouting Magazine (Only needs left are 1924 and older)
State Strips (Currently working on Khaki and Red and Cubs)
Trail Stuff (Patches, Medals, Neckerchiefs, Paperwork, etc)
Troop Flag Pole 10 Year Award Metals (1933 – 1942)
World Jamboree – Country Contingent Patches
(There are a few other things I collect: State shaped patches, Philmont and other High Adventure Bases, Boy Scout museum patches, Baden Powell Oval patches, Boy Scout Frisbees, Boy Scout Baseballs)
Nick WolfNick WolfNick Wolf also known by many as The Patch King, is an Eagle Scout, Vigil Honor Member of the Order of the Arrow and former lodge chief. He specializes in selling bulk patch stock at prices that are (as he puts it) INSANEEE. Additionally, he created the patch trading blanket, a device that is perfect for trading and displaying patches.Website: http://www.nickwolfpatchking.comFacebook Business Page: https://www.facebook.com/ScoutPatchKingFacebook Profile Page: https://www.facebook.com/NickWolfPatchKing