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Cheerio Junior Instructor, ver. 2
Exhibit #3895
Size50 mm tall
Width103 mm
OwnerRick Brough

This version 2 instructor felt patch likely came out in the early to late 1950s. It was typically sewn onto an award sweater vest as seen in this photograph of three 99 Cheerio champions, or onto a Cheerio-branded cap similar to the one seen in this exhibit.

Made of thick white felt with red and blue stitching.

Compare with the Cheerio Junior Instructor patch, version 1.

The 99 was the name of Cheerio's popular yo-yo model in the 30s and 40s.
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