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Description A fleur-de-lis positioned on a trefoil, in the original Scouting colors chosen by Lord Baden-Powell.
Date 10 October 2009
Source Modified from Image:Scout logo2.svg. Made fleur-de-lis and trefoil symmetric, filled in the trefoil, removed the shade behind the stars and increased their size.
Author Created by User:Kintetsubuffalo. A fleur-de-lis positioned on a trefoil, in the original Scouting colors chosen by Lord Baden-Powell. To be used as a non-trademark Scouting logo where questions of legality are involved. Latest edits: Lokal_Profil
  • Previous edits Kintetsubuffalo (original), Time3000, UserB and Kaboom88
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