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Duncan Yo-Yo Scout wing set
Exhibit #3383
TypeAward
ConditionMint
Date2017
OwnerRick Brough
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At the 2017 National Scout Jamboree held at Summit Bechtel Reserve in West Virginia, Duncan had a yo-yo scout booth that gave participants an opportunity to try out various Duncan yo-yos, like the Hornet and the Freehand.

Duncan also created a yo-yo award program with 5 levels that each scout could earn. The Duncan Hornet yo-yo was recommended for levels 1 and 2, and the Duncan Freehand was recommended for levels 3, Advanced, and Master.

Within each level, you were given a trick card outlining 3 to 5 tricks you had to successfully complete to earn that level's patch and advance to the next level.

Unlike a yo-yo competition where you were competing against many other individuals, this system meant you were competing with yourself to do your best. First class Duncan!

Of historical interest...
Single wing and double wing patches have long been a common theme in yo-yoing since 1949. See some of the yo-yo wing patch variations that have "taken flight" the past 70 years:

–Bird in Hand YoYo, double wing

–Cheerio Official Champion, double wing

–Cheerio Junior Champion, single wing

–1955 Duncan Skill Award, single wing

–1949 Duncan Expert Award, double wing

–Duncan 75th Anniversary, double wing

–1949 Duncan Skill Award, single wing

–Goody Expert, double wing

–Royal Champion King of Yo-Yos, double wing

–Duncan Flying Eagle Champion, double wing

–Royal Yo-Yo Champion, double wing

–Fiend Magazine Yo-Yo Tour, double wing

–Tom Kuhn No Jive 3-in-1, double wing, version 1

–Tom Kuhn No Jive 3-in-1, double wing, version 2

–Tom Kuhn Custom Yo-Yos, double wing

–Duncan Yo-Yo Scout, double wing
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Trick cards, side A
Trick cards, side B
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