I just stumbled upon this app from a friend's Facebook patch and thought it interesting enough to pass along here. The website for this app states:
"You know the feeling. You've been sitting in a patch trading tent for hours, it's late at night, and right before you are going to call it a night... someone shows you a patch that you just have to have. You love the patch and really (really!) want to add it to your collection. But he wants your rarest patch in trade.
Sure, he says that only three of that patch exist in the entire world and "you'll never see one like it again!" Of course you want to trust him, but wouldn't you feel better if you could verify that number? You remember how it felt the last time you traded 3-to-1 for a patch that you couldn't even give away later.
An online price guide is now the newest feature added to this site. Currently, the price guide contains 338,027 records of compiled real sales data and additional statistics to help gauge a patch's current "market value".
Members may now also create free PDF files for any lodge's issues and create a private online inventory of their collections.
The music to the OA song has been used in many
places since it was first composed by Alexis Lvov in
1833 as the Russian (Tsarist) National Anthem. A
performance of this orignal anthem can be found in
MP3 format at the link below. Does your lodge sound
like this when they sing? *grin*
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Thanks to this site and its webmaster, the International Scouting Collectors Association (ISCA) now accepts membership applications for both new and current members online at www.scouttrader.org. More information on ISCA, the USA's largest patch collecting organization, can be found at www.scouttrader.org.
Much assistance for this site has been given by members of the American Scouting Historical Society and the International Scouting Collectors Association for which I am grateful. The identification and cataloging of all issues pictured in this guide are correct to the best of my knowledge. No further warranties of the accuracy of this information are made or implied.