OFFICIAL 2022 FALL MYRTLE BEACH BIKE RALLY LIMITED EDITION BLACK AND GOLD PIN

OFFICIAL 2022 FALL MYRTLE BEACH BIKE RALLY LIMITED EDITION BLACK AND GOLD PIN

OFFICIAL 2022 FALL MYRTLE BEACH BIKE RALLY LIMITED EDITION ISSUE RALLY PIN

ESTIMATED SHIPPING DATE THIRD WEEK OF SEPTEMBER OR FREE PICK - UP DURING THE FALL RALLY IN THE MURRELLS INLET AREA. (SEPT 26 - OCT 1)

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Limited one time pressing of the Official 2022 Fall Myrtle Beach Bike Rally Pin.

Collectors Premium Quality Rally Pin with Custom Design Art by the Myrtle Beach Bike Rally Team.

Each Pin will be numbered and signed/Initialed by the Pin Design Artist “Spider”

ONLY A LIMITED NUMBER OF THESE PINS WILL BE PRODUCED.

ORDER NOW TO RECEIVE YOUR CUSTOM PIN BY FALL RALLY.

ESTIMATED SHIPPING DATE THIRD WEEK OF SEPTEMBER OR PICK - UP DURING THE FALL RALLY IN THE MURRELLS INLET AREA.

Each Pin numbered and signed/Initialed by Pin Design Artist “Spider”

ONLY A LIMITED NUMBER OF THESE PINS WILL BE PRODUCED.

ORDER NOW TO RECEIVE YOUR CUSTOM PIN BY FALL RALLY.

ESTIMATED SHIPPING DATE THIRD WEEK OF SEPTEMBER OR PICK - UP DURING THE FALL RALLY IN THE MURRELLS INLET AREA.

PIN BACK FEATURES OFFICIAL LIMITED EDITION ISSUE STAMP

ISSUE # F2022

 

PIN COLORS

  • GOLD BACKGROUND

  • RAISED GOLD LETTERING

  • PLUS - 2 CLASPS ON BACK

 

RALLY PIN FEATURES

  • Pin Shape: Outline of the State of South Carolina

  • Star (top right) Designates Rally Area (The Grand Strand)

  • Pin Bottom features a Vintage Motorcycle to commemorate the first Myrtle Beach Bike Rally held in 1940.

  • The Wings Represent Freedom and Angel Wings symbolize love, spirituality, and protection.

  • The upper left corner features the Palmetto Tree and Gorget from the Original S.C.State Flag Designed in 1861. NOTE: (The crescent shape is a Gorget not the Moon.)

A gorget, which debuted on medieval battlefields to protect the wearer’s throat, is actually what is represented on the South Carolina State Flag.

This design has existed in some form since 1775, being based on one of the first Revolutionary War flags.

The Palmetto Tree was added in 1861, also a reference to Moultrie's defense of Sullivan's Island; the fortress he had constructed had survived largely because the palmettos, laid over sand walls, were able to withstand British cannons. 

A gorget-inspired badge also existed back in those days that every S.C. soldier wore on their light infantry caps.

All Pins made of lead free materials

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