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The ties were for sale through the WAGBI shop. 
I have one myself but a different design with multiple smaller ducks. 
To be honest mine is fifty years old (maybe more) and is well worn and looks a little shabby.

Thinking about it, all WAGBI ties must be forty years old!

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On 21/11/2021 at 17:10, London Best said:

The ties were for sale through the WAGBI shop. 
I have one myself but a different design with multiple smaller ducks. 
To be honest mine is fifty years old (maybe more) and is well worn and looks a little shabby.

Thinking about it, all WAGBI ties must be forty years old!

The items for sale on the B A S C site is a poor reflection that used to be on the W A G B I stands at the game fairs and in the Christmas magazines , I used to get my Christmas cards and other bits and pieces each year and have still got a few lying about ,I never really got used to the B A S C design and I recon a lot of old hands didn't either. 

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12 minutes ago, marsh man said:

The items for sale on the B A S C site is a poor reflection that used to be on the W A G B I stands at the game fairs and in the Christmas magazines , I used to get my Christmas cards and other bits and pieces each year and have still got a few lying about ,I never really got used to the B A S C design and I recon a lot of old hands didn't either. 

Totally agree. I still think the BASC logo is weird/strange/a disaster/you choose.

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2 hours ago, marsh man said:

The items for sale on the B A S C site is a poor reflection that used to be on the W A G B I stands at the game fairs and in the Christmas magazines

An organisation’s success should not be measured by the quality or otherwise of its branded tat.

I do wonder how those who bemoan the passing of WAGBI think its management would cope with today’s challenges.

Whether or not you think BASC is up to scratch, this constant false nostalgia for an organisation long since dead is little more than an old man’s lament, and about as productive.

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