1950 Pocket Patch in cloth (twill).
1950 Pocket Patch in canvas.
Prototype pocket patch for the 1950 Jamboree (very rare). Has a cut edge instead of a sewn one. This type has a tan face.
Prototype pocket patch for the 1950 Jamboree (very rare). Has a cut edge instead of a sewn one. This type also has a tan face. Sorry the scan isn't better. It can be differentiated from the above variety by the space between the heel and the "0" in 1950 (among other differences). Also note the red stitching pattern on the upper coat part of Washington's jacket, and the black stitching near the hands.
Prototype pocket patch for the 1950 Jamboree (very rare). Has a cut edge instead of a sewn one. This type also has a tan face. It can be differentiated from the other tan face cut edge prototypes by the lack of the heel of Washington sticking out to the right. In this version, his back leg is hidden within the coat.
Prototype pocket patch for the 1950 Jamboree (very rare). Has a cut edge instead of a sewn one. This variety has a red face.
Another "red face" cut edge prototype of the 1950 pocket patch. The font on this version is a little smaller and there are other small differences. Look at the angle of the back of his coat and the fact that it shows red to left of Washington's back leg. Also, note that the lettering is closer to the edge than in the other red face version.
Prototype pocket patch for the 1950 Jamboree (very rare). Has a cut edge like other 1950 prototypes. This variety also has a red face, but the sword is yellow, unlike the other cut edge red face type. The writing is in a different style as well, more similar to the normal color face cut edge prototype. The front and back are shown.
Yet another prototype of the 1950 National Jamboree. This one has a cut edge as well, but lacks the blue and white border and instead is surrounded with an entirely yellow border stitching. The text style appears similar to the other prototypes with slightly larger text than the regular issue. Not sure if this was done before or after the other prototypes, but it appears quite rare as this is the only one I have seen.
A reproduction of the 1950 pocket patch made to be included in souviner sets sold at the 1973 jamboree. Has a plastic backing.
Some council contingents took to designing a contingent patch that consisted of the design of the 1950 jamboree pocket patch, with a ring surrounding it with their council name on it. Here is an example.
Cotton neckerchief 1950.
Silk neckerchief 1950.
This was one of a set of neckerchiefs supposedly sold at the 1960 jamboree to commemorate the previous jamborees.
1950 Jamboree neckerchief slide. This was probably made by one of the contingents.
1950 Jamboree Service Corps armband.
Brass pin 1950.
1950 Jamboree mother's pin.
Another 1950 Jamboree pin.
1950 Jamboree seal. These were apparently made to be sent home like postcards. This one has a postmark from the 1950 jamboree. (Thanks Randy!)
1950 Jamboree Decal. I have heard conflicting reports as to whether there were decals made in 1950. I was told by one scouter that the 1950 decals were available for sale at the 1953 jamboree. Other people have said they were at the 1950 jamboree.
1950 Jamboree back patch reproduction. Made by Ang in the late 1970s. To my knowledge there were no back patches or jacket patches made for this jamboree.
1950 Jamboree pennant.
1950 Jamboree knife.
1950 Jamboree book.
1950 Jamboree essentials guide book.
1950 Jamboree trading post book.
Life magazine edition covering the 1950 National Jamboree.
1950 Jamboree bolo tie reproduction made in the 1970s.
1950 Jamboree little pocket patch. Not sure if this is an actual BSA item. It is interesting though.
1950 Jamboree belt buckle reproduction done in the 1970s.
1950 Jamboree keychain.
1950 Jamboree tie clip.
1950 Jamboree medallion.
1950 Jamboree wooden nickel.
1950 Jamboree plaque.
1950 Jamboree first day cover.
1950 Jamboree souvineer book.
1950 Jamboree Troop Flag. These are quite rare since there are so few of them in existence.
1950 Jamboree pillowcase. Not 100% sure of the originality of this item.