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Cheerio Winner Contest
Exhibit #4003
Size50.8 mm tall
Width82.55 mm
OwnerRick Brough

A Cheerio yop-yo contest winner patch with red felt as the base and white embroidered lettering and a blue embroidered outline.

By the time these patches were awarded at contests, Duncan had already acquired Cheerio. However, while Cheerio continued making Cheerio-branded yo-yos, Duncan did not promote the product line. As a result, Cheerio, the brand, eventually died off in the US by the early 1960s.
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