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National 5 Trick Yo-Yo Award
Exhibit #1168
ColorRed on orange/yellow
Size6.5 cm
OwnerRick Brough

I won this patch in 1973 on the corner of Dunbar and 41st, outside Nitingale Pharmacy, Vancouver, British Columbia. (The pharmacy is long gone; in it's place now is a used bookstore.) One of my fondest childhood memories. The instructor wore a dark navy, waist-length coat with a large National Yo-Yo patch sewn on the breast pocket area. A great guy who put on a jaw-dropping demonstration for us kids. I managed to pull off the necessary tricks to become the "National Yo-Yo champion" in the neighborhood (see the National Yo-Yo Champion shield patch).

At that time, National Yo-Yos were the yo-yo brand of choice (all wood, fixed axle), probably because they were a Canadian company, even though the yo-yos were made in Sweden.

See also the following:

National 10 Trick Yo-Yo Award patch
National 15 Trick Yo-Yo Award patch
National 20 Trick Yo-Yo Award patch
National Junior Instructor Award patch
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Complete set of 5 patches

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