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KING PIN 300
Brunswick liked to reward good bowlers. The perfect games that earned these lapel pins might have been bowled on a lane featuring the newest in Brunswick technology.
Bowling was extremely popular in Chicago, particularly during the sport’s golden age. The Chicago Sun-Times honored a bowler with a 600 Club pin after scoring a 600 or higher in a three-series game. ...
AMF operated a number of international bowling centers including Cannington Lanes in Perth, Australia, and another in Moonah, Australia. Bowlers at the centers could celebrate their scores getting hig ...
SHOW OFF YOUR SCORES
Rolling a 200 or above is definitely something to be proud of! Rosemount Bowl, likely a bowling center in Perth, Australia, produced this pin to highlight some lucky bowler’s scores. The more impressi ...
A EUROPEAN TOUR
Joe Thum was known as the father of international bowling and was a leader of the sport in the United States. In 1929, Thum took 25 of the best American bowlers with him to Stockholm, Sweden, for the ...
A BOWLING EMPIRE
The Oesterreichischer Kegler Verband was a governing body for bowling sports in the Austro-Hungarian Empire. This pin, likely given to members, oversaw a tumultuous time in the region.
A LITTLE FANFARE IN FRANKFURT
Much like in the United States, Germany had both national and local bowling organizations. A Frankfurt group had these pins made to commemorate their 25th anniversary. The image in the middle is the F ...
SPRECHEN SIE DEUTSCH?
The Deutsche Kegler- und Bowlingbund (DKB) is the governing body for bowling in Germany and is a member of the Federation Internationale des Quilleurs (FIQ). The organization dates back to 1884, meani ...
COMMEMORATIVE PIN FOR BRUNSWICK PINS
Brunswick contributed to the athletes’ leisure time by supplying pins (bowling and lapel) for the Olympic Village bowling alley at the 1992 Summer Games in Barcelona, Spain. Olympic athletes had acces ...
OLYMPIC FESTIVAL ’89
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, played host to amateur athletes at the U.S. Olympic Festival in 1989, just one year after bowling made its Olympic debut at the Seoul Summer Games. Lapel pins commemorated the ...