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  1. I'm sure they're aware. Thank you guys so much for your opinions and insight...I really appreciate the help!
  2. It is an official BSA vendor: Sunshine Emblem, Inc. The artwork has already been approved on their end. I'm just concerned about the usage of the fleur-de-lis, since the company would only care about the content of the patches rather than the context.
  3. Thank you all for your replies so far - as you can see, it's a bit of a grey area issue. A few points for clarification - The CSPs would not be copies of the defunct council's CSPs, but rather patches with new art bearing the name of the old council. As to who would give permission, I would assume it'd be the current council, since they currently control the territory once covered by the defunct council in question. I suppose the main issue would be A) do we need the current council's permission, B) or is it just a matter of Scout spirit/courtesy? Also, would it be legal to use t
  4. Hello all -- I have searched and can find no good topics here or elsewhere dealing with this particular question, so I decided to just ask. If a party was interested in making a fund-raising set for a scout camp's upcoming anniversary (jacket patch surrounded by CSP designs), would they be allowed to use the name of a prior council on the CSPs? This would be a private issue, not one done by the council office, and would contain the name of the council that existed when the camp was formed, which is different than the current one (due to merger). Basically, I'm curious as to whet
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