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Camp Emerald Bay - Belt Buckles  
Beginning in the mid 1970's, Camp Emerald Bay offered souvenir belt buckles for campers and staff.
No Camp Emerald Bay buckles are known to have been issued during the Crescent Bay Council era.

  Mid 1970's
Camper
 
  1970's
Staff
 
 
     
 
Anodized Brushed Brass.
From Great Western Council.

 
Anodized Brushed Brass.
From Great Western Council.
(image courtesy of Rich Wise)
 



    1982
Bronze
 
  1982
Faux Pewter
 
   
                           
   
Anodized bronze.
(Image courtesy of Ken Simpson)
 
Anodized faux pewter.
 
   



    1982
Staff
  1983-84
 
   
                           
     
Anodized Bronze.
From Great Western Council.
 
 
Anodized bronze.
  First buckle with the "Bandana Pirate"
(Image courtesy of Ken Simpson)
   


1985
Anniversaries
 


Anodized bronze. Commemorating 75th Anniversary
of the B.S.A. & 60th Anniversary of Camp Emerald Bay.



    Late 1980's
Bronze
 
  Late 1980's
Silver
 
   
   
                       
   
Bronze with flat black paint background.
First buckle to use the "Crossed Arms Pirate"
 
Silver metal with black paint background.
(Image courtesy of Ken Simpson)
   




    Late 1980's
Staff

  1990
65th Anniversary
 
   
                           
   
Bronze with flat black paint background.
(Image courtesy of Ken Simpson)
   
Bronze with gloss black paint background.
65th Anniversary of Camp Emerald Bay.
   



   
2007-08
Staff


   
       
     
   
Silver metal with black paint background.
First use of the "Skull over crossed swords" mascot since the 1941 Emerald Bay patch.
(Image courtesy of Ken Simpson)


   



    2000's
Camper
 
  2000's
Staff
 
   
                           
   
Faux pewter with anodized type background.
 
  Bronze with black paint background.
  (image courtesy of Rich Wise)
   


2011
Camper




Silver metal with black paint background.


    2013
Camper
  2013
Staff
   
                           

 
Silver metal with black paint background.
(Image courtesy of Ken Simpson)
 
Anodized Brass.
(image courtesy of Rich Wise)
   
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