Small council rounds were produced to be worn of the pocket of the Scout uniform, often to be accompanied by segments for camporees or other events. The are part of the larger genre of Council patches or CPs, that includes hat shapes, domes, rounds, squares, rectangles and other shapes. This particular reference is concerned with those smaller than the more common 3-inch rounds.

Small council rounds have been issued on felt and twill and as wovens and fully emboridered. Many similar issues indicate that councils sometimes borrowed designs from each other. Special thanks to Frank Kern, Steve DeWick, John Eppler, David Miura and Bruce Raver who have provided scans.

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  revised: September 20, 2003