Historical information

'Souvenirs in relation to the Chalet and Mount Buffalo were first mentioned in December 1912... A large range of souvenirs has since been associated with the Chalet and Mount Buffalo from crafted wooden items, silver spoons, cups etc... The collection includes a broad selection of products that have been sold throughout much of the Chalet's history, each representative of the transient fashions of their period.' (Pg 114. Historica)
Manufactured as a souviner of MtBuffalo. Intended to be used, sewn onto a jacket sleeve. Purchased from an opportunity shop and donated.


Listed in Draft Inventory of Significant Collection Items . Appendix A.3. Souvenirs. (Pg 168. Historica).

Physical description

White cotton badge in a shield shape. Has blue machine embriodery around edge and sewn in the centre to represent a snowflake. "MT.BUFFALO" is embriodered in red across the top.

Inscriptions & markings