3rd February 2021

New Finds

Haffendon & Jackson Pty. Ltd.

See  http://www.austbuttonhistory.com/australian-button-history/distributers-wholesalers-importers/#Haffendon_Jackson_Pty_Ltd

The design of the logo is the same as used in their 1952 telephone directory advert.

 

Lega Badges (Nichol Industries)

Marked Lega Melb. 1956 Melbourne Olympics cuff link.

Barry Nichol began an apprenticeship with the Barr Brothers (which dated from 1918) in 1952. On graduating , the family bought the firm and registered it as Barr Bros Pty. Ltd. in 1958. They specialised in engraving, badge making, etc. After merging with Bertram badges by 1970 and building a new factory, the firm was renamed Nichol International P/L. They currently operate from Nunawading, Melbourne.

 

Qantas

See also  http://www.austbuttonhistory.com/uniform-buttons-2/companies-and-clubs-including-merchantile-marine/

Black plastic Qantas button 1984-2007. Unmarked.

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