1949 Goodwill Bonspiel Pin - Toronto

    Hello,

    I am sending this on behalf of the House of Curling Pins, a website set up by and for curling pin collectors, whose primary objective is creating a comprehensive Curling Pin reference site for collectors. The website URL is https://houseofcurlingpins.com/index.html should you wish to check it out.

    I am asking for some help in identifying a pin on the site so that it can be put in the proper place on the site. I have attached a photo of the pin for reference. It has "1949 Goodwill Bonspiel Toronto" printed on it. Having done some on-line research, I have seen that there is no direct information on a Goodwill Bonspiel.

    So, I am sending an email to Toronto area clubs which may have hosted this bonspiel, which is why I am forwarding this to you.

    I am wondering if The Tam Heather Curling Club has a Librarian, Historian, or even an old curler, who has some knowledge of pins issued by your club/organization who might be able to advise if this pin is a version of a pin issued for a club or corporate bonspiel.

    Any information that can be supplied for the pin would be greatly appreciated.

    Thank you for your time.

    Kevin Ans

    Pin Collector

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    Goodwill Bonspiel


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