Bullion/Jacket Patches

Bullion Patches are worn on the dress blue blazer coat.

To visually identify the blue blazer jacket worn with gray slacks and a white shirt and Boy Scout tie the Boy Scouts of America made bullion patches.  Bullion patches are made of metallic thread and are worn on the left breast pocket of the jacket.  The red wool coat and the poplin coats also had an embroidered patch on the left breast pocket. These are very interesting to collect and allows you to show your association with the Boy Scouts of America while wearing your own coat.  Buy one today to dress up your uniform.

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