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Morgan Sports Car Club Holland "windmill" badge
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Poster Hermen_Pol Offline
Posted 11/12/11 09:07 AM
One of the most sought after Morgan badges nowadays is the "windmill" badge, produced by the Morgan Sports Car Club Holland for its 10th anniversary. As badge collecting was not such a hype then, solely 100 were made.
It now is a pure collectors item and they rare come available.
An image is provided here.

Images of other badges can be seen on my site
Dimensions 659x808
Size 271.8 KB

#76305 - 11/12/11 09:46 AM Re: Morgan Sports Car Club Holland "windmill" badge [Re: Hermen_Pol]
Graham, G4FUJ Offline
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There will be a flood on eBay soon Hermen - all made in India laugh2
Very attractive badge - thanks for showing it.

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#76307 - 11/12/11 09:53 AM Re: Morgan Sports Car Club Holland "windmill" badge [Re: Graham, G4FUJ]
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I wonder if they can make a die from a simple web picture. Yet, only the badges with the original manufacturer's stamp are worth the money. Many Morgan badges nowadays DO come from China, though. For me they have less charm than those made in England.


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