Rubber Duck (Iron On)

A yellow rubber duck stares vacantly off to the right of this round, merrow border patch.

Did you know that the first rubber ducks manufactured did not float? In the 19th century Charles Goodyear invented rubber ducks made from hard rubber which were intended to be used as chew toys for dogs. It was only in 1940 that Peter Ganine sculpted a duck and sold it as a floating toy.

Or perhaps you are looking for a circle badge to help separate your groups? Is your favourite not here? Visit our Suggest a Patch page and let us know.

2" w x 2" h

Item No: E597

Price: $ 1.50 CAD

 

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The crests were delivered today and they look good.

--Herman

I just wanted to say Thank You the crests arrived and they are beautiful.

--Janice Bechamp
Chambly, Quebec

They are fantastic and do amazing work! Wouldn't use anyone else. :)

--Femke Bonin

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