Something About Badge Collection

Badge Collection

As an emblem of power, ancient badges are generally embroidered on the banner. Since the rise of the industrial revolution in Europe in the 18th century, the development of the metal production industry, most of the badges in modern times have become absolute souvenirs for identification or commemoration and rewards, and badge materials also vary from metals, alloys to plastics, PVC, various Fabrics are developed in different directions. Many people like the badge very much and collect it systematically. Apart from collecting favorites, there are many other purposes such as commemoration and research. At the beginning of the last century, there were collectors of badges for collection. In China, systemic badge collectors began to appear gradually in the 1960s. A large number of Mao’s badges on the market are now hot spots for badge collection.

The badge has a long history, dating back to the pre-Qin days. There is a flag badge with title and name for identification purposes. It is similar to the identification and chapter of current troops. In the 16th century, a commemorative badge emerged during the European Roman Empire. The appearance is similar to the silver coins circulating at that time. This type of medal has become a symbol of reward and honor. Modern, commemorative badges are very popular at home and abroad (domestic generally known as the medal of honor, honor badges, etc.), and are honorable symbols for people or events.


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