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    While using Google to search for the Spanish Air Force roundel, I came across this image for the "Czech Air Force" roundel. I think someone made a funny, but if the background were changed to green and the ship was gold, you would have a roundel for the Mayflower Moving Company. As is, this would look pretty cool on a airplane.

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    So how many books are in your personal library?

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    Looks like a home made Blue Peter badge Robert !
    Purple Fan Club badges are awarded for joining the Blue Peter fan club and answering some questions about the show and the website.

    Blue Peter being a much beloved, long running, children's TV programme in the UK and the longest running children's programme in the world - began on 16 October 1958.


    Being one of the catch phrases that came out of the programme.

    "He is wise who watches"

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    Actually, sailing ships are a common charge in heraldry, and later in business and municipal logos.
    I remember a friend in the SCA trying to create his persona's arms without conflicting with someone's real one.
    Karl
    It is impossible for a man to begin to learn what he thinks he knows. -- Epictetus

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    Quote Originally Posted by flash View Post
    Looks like a home made Blue Peter badge Robert !
    Purple Fan Club badges are awarded for joining the Blue Peter fan club and answering some questions about the show and the website.

    Blue Peter being a much beloved, long running, children's TV programme in the UK and the longest running children's programme in the world - began on 16 October 1958.
    I still have my original "Blue Peter" badge from appearing on the show in 1985, and my "Blue Peter Competition Winner" badge from the early 1970s.
    When we were still allowed out, I could often use them for free entry to a number of London museums and exhibits.
    I laugh in the face of danger - then I hide until it goes away!

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