Rare Birmingham City Enamel Badge - Silver BCFC 1 . £3.25 5d 17h + £8.99 postage. Sold Out. Birmingham City F.C. Though the design changed, the royal blue remained. Thank you for looking and happy … Email/Client Ref Number * Password * Forgotten Password? The Small Heath Alliance members decided among themselves that their colours would be blue; in the early days, they wore whatever blue shirt they had. Only 1 available : 2008/09 Season: Wolves v Birmingham City. Current. Other Payment methods also available. If you want to remember a specific page forever click the pin in the top right corner and we will be sure not to replace it.Appeal against a Blue Badge application decision ""The players will wear it on their jerseys next season and will also be worn on club blazers and ties.Prior to that date there had been two previous crests in use. Birmingham city Pin badge Quality hard enamel Championship: pompeymarra (4.95 of 5 points 1269 pos. Search. The second and third quarters were divided vertically with an "indented" line. New. Andrew's. The council banner flown over Birmingham Town Hall. Birmingham City – Laurel Leaf Design £ 2.99. All badge prices are as stated : CLICK ON PICTURE FOR LARGER IMAGE. Apply for a Blue Badge If you can’t apply online you can call 0121 738 2656. Back in 1905, Small Heath Football club amended their name to represent their location.
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A 1938 badge celebrating the centenary of the creation of a municipal borough. Birmingham City – 1950’s Crest Round Design £ 2.99. This comes from the arms of theQuarterly first and fourth Azure a Bend of five Lozenges conjoined Or second and third per pale indented Or and Gules over all a Cross Ermine thereon a Mitre ProperBirmingham Coat of Arms gallery on FlickrMunicipal coats of arms in the West Midlands (county)In 1889 Birmingham was granted city status, and to celebrate this fact, the corporation applied to theAs well as its use on seals and letters, the coat of arms is used in a number of ways, for example as an architectural detail, or to decorate items including buses (in the days when municipal transport was the responsibility of the council),A new City of Birmingham was created, including the old city and the former borough ofBy 1930 the city corporation felt that the design looked too old fashioned and adopted a new depiction designed by theAs there were doubts about the heraldic correctness of the new design, a new painting was obtained from theFollowing the incorporation of Birmingham as aA 1938 badge celebrating the centenary of the creation of a municipal borough. (2) brummiebadgeman (4.95 of 5 points 9477 pos. "An experiment was made in the early 1990s with colouring in the globe and ball, but the Club soon reverted to the plain version.Details of the design were revealed in the club's official magazine dated 25/3/72 which said: "Here it is the new Birmingham City club badge which has been designed by Argus reader Michael Wood.The next crest to be adopted by the club was in the 1970's when the intertwined letters 'BCFC' were used on shirts worn by the likes of Trevor Francis and Bob Latchford and displayed in the centre of the chest.Although it was adopted in 1972 it was not worn on their jerseys until the 1976/77 season.The current design first saw the light of day in 1972 following a competition in the Sports Argus newspaper to design a new badge for the club.The first one dates right back to 1905 when the club used to use the City of Birmingham's coat of arms as its own.The winning entry came from Blues fan Michael Wood, a conversion engineer with the West Midlands Gas Board, who lived in Burntwood.This came about following the club's name change from Small Heath to Birmingham, although this was not always worn on the shirts.However, it was only officially adopted and patented by the Club back in 1972.Login failed - please ensure your details are correctBlues' Commercial Manager at the time Geoff Greaves commented: "We think it is modern and gets away from the normal type of design.The design incorporated the line-drawn globe and ball, with a ribbon carrying the club name and date of foundation, in plain blue and white.
"It is forward looking and introduces the globe and the idea of European football which is what everyone at the `Blues` wants to see at St. The first uniform kitwas a dark blue shirt with a white sash and white shorts. condition very good postage discount for multiple buys.. (2) This style of badge would have been issued from around 1937 onwards, though it was probably superseded by chrome prior to the closure of the tramway system in 1953. For a period of five seasons the shirt carried the intertwined lettering B.C.F.C.
Tel: 0121 729 7100 Email: email@example.com Birmingham City & Legion Friendship Badge £ 2.99 Birmingham City – Triple Crest Design – Keep Right On! was born and as did so many clubs, adopted their city's coat of arms. Address. New. This birmingham city badges is in very good condition and has been stored in a smoke free household in Redditch . New. Vintage Birmingham City FC Emblem Badge. initials that was first seen on jerseys in 1971. until the city's local paper The Sports Argus ran a competition in 1972 on behalf of the club to design a new crest as part of their centenary celebrations. In addition the crest included the year the club was founded, 1875.
Birmingham City FC is a company registered in United Kingdom with company number 00027318. The blues have since returned to their global appeal ident.All profits (£10.00) from this print will be donated to the NHS via The winning entry featured a line drawn globe and ball, supposedly to represent the clubs global appeal although this crest didn't feature on a shirt until 1976.To celebrate the clubs 140th anniversary for the 2016/17 season the club introduced the intertwined B.C.F.C. (2) £ 2.99.