Mercer Area District 2005 Camping Fun Day Patch
Mercer Area 2005 Camping Fun Day Patch
Mercer Area District 2005 Klondike Patch 1
2005 Mercer Area 2005 Klondike Derby Patch
2005 Mercer Area District Klondike Patch 2
2005 Mercer Area Klondike Derby Patch
 
Mercer Area District 2006 Klondike Derby Patch
Mercer Area 2006 Klondike Derby Patch
Mercer Area District 2006 Double Eagle Patch
Mercer Area 2006 Double Eagle Patch
Mercer Area District 2006 Webelos Woods Patch
Mercer Area Webelos Woods Patch

 
Some comments about the
2006 Double Eagle Patch:

The Double Eagle Mystery refers to a $20 gold coin issued by the US Treasury in 1933. A single $10 gold coin was called an Eagle. A single $20 gold coin was worth 2 Eagles, or simply a Double Eagle. The 1933 Double Eagle, considered one of the rarest and most beautiful coins in America, has a face value of $20 ‐ and a market value of $7.6 million. It was among the last batch of gold coins ever minted by the U.S. government. The coins were never issued; most of the nearly 500,000 cast were melted down to bullion in 1937. For more detail, search the web for "Double Eagle Mystery".
 
The Double Eagle Patch camporee was a joint event run by Mercer Area District of CNJC and Battleground District of Monmouth Council.

Mercer Area District Patch Set 2005-2006
Central New Jersey Council

Central New Jersey Council District Patch Collection
Mercer Area District Row 2, columns 1-6

Bdr R/C Bkg Name FDL Year Comment
YEL R WHT BLU none 2000 round
BLU R YEL GRN GRN 2000 round
BLU R LBL RED GLD 2000 dome
BRN R WHT BLU none 2000 round
BLU R BLU BLU RED 2005 square
RED R M/C RED GLD 2005 rectangle
BLU R BRN WHT none 2006 square
BLU R M/C WHT none 2007 round
BLK R RED YEL GLD 2009 square