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Unread 03-03-2021, 10:20 AM   #11
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Photo sure looks like silver.
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As Jim Hall and Jeff Kuss described the PGCA offered these pins appropriately 20 years ago for a period of time. In addition to the pins the PGCA also offered a silver belt buckle of similar design. As far as I know these items are rare to find but they do pop up on EBay every once and a while.

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Do the club members want a similar pin or belt buckle again? I don't know as I can offer sterling silver, but being apparently the unofficial memorabilia supplier, I can certainly get these done. I know a little union shop in the Northeast that can do either or both for surprisingly reasonable money. I just sent in a quote for another club wanting a pin oddly enough.
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Do the club members want a similar pin or belt buckle again? I don't know as I can offer sterling silver, but being apparently the unofficial memorabilia supplier, I can certainly get these done. I know a little union shop in the Northeast that can do either or both for surprisingly reasonable money. I just sent in a quote for another club wanting a pin oddly enough.
I would be interested in a pin, but it would depend highly on the design/size/materials if I purchased one. I like pins when I like them, I donít when I donít.

No interest in a buckle from me.
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Do the club members want a similar pin or belt buckle again? I don't know as I can offer sterling silver, but being apparently the unofficial memorabilia supplier, I can certainly get these done. I know a little union shop in the Northeast that can do either or both for surprisingly reasonable money. I just sent in a quote for another club wanting a pin oddly enough.
If we can get an fluorescent orange hat with some artwork on it, now that I am incredibly interested in. Or does this already exist?
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I might be in for a pin or two depending. Probably not on a buckle.
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