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Old 24-04-22, 03:53 AM
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Default How I Keep My Armbands and Brassards

Got interested in brassards sort of by default, when I started seeing some that were medical or UN related. With my medical interest I already had an interest in armbands. But kept puzzling over how to display/keep them. A few I put into Riker cases with other related badges and patches, but most I hadn't a clue. Then it struck me - I keep my autographs in acid free pages with acid free cardboard inserts so why not see if that would work. They could then be kept in a 3 ring binder, and be available for easy viewing.

Here are a few pictures to give you an idea. Due to the number I have, I use 3 inch binders.







I am working on typing up any information on the armband or slider to slide into the back of the sheet protector.

Terry
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