Hi Mero!I think you'll find they were The Wolves when they actually used those badges, and they've gone back to Bloods and these have been retrospectively changed.
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It looks like only this one was Wolves.
And that looks like Helvetica font
If you need that font I've uploaded a bunch to my OneDrive: https://1drv.ms/u/s!Ak4FHnTjWwzmg5glQnIOnzDpEZKgFg?e=8BbhmD
It cannot be understated how incredible this is! Not to mention impossible to find.Hi Mero!
Perhaps, one of the most challenging images to recreate in Adobe Illustrator.
I found the Font was "Air Compressed Black" for The Bloods wordmark.
I may go back and just touch up here and there, ie; change the wordmark to Wolves, if there is such an image around with it showing.
If you can help out with that, I can bang out another one.
P.S Mero, any idea what year this is? I'm guessing mid to late 70's?
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Fixed: http://footyjumpers.com/PortMagpies.htmJust an update for Port Magpies
This is the 2019-20 jumper using the current ISC collar (wrong collar is included on web)
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The guernsey you have for 2019-20 was actually worn in 2018
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The guernsey you have for 2013-2018 was worn in 2017
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This jumper collar (first port ISC collar was from 2013-2016)
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Thanks for that.Mero
The Collingwood 125 years jumper on the 2017 Season by Season jumpers is a bit weird. The front looks fine but the back is the 2017 away jumper
The only reason those other away jumpers are there is because they were used in home games, mostly night ones. I’m 99.95% sure Norwood haven’t worn their away jumper at home since 2010, because that was the year they upgraded the lights at Norwood oval.what about the Norwood 2021 away jumper or the ones they used before?
No, I'll treat it like Jason McCartney's last game jumper where he recognised the Bali Bombing victims.
Well the flying stickman was introduced in 1989.Mero not sure if you’ve come across this website before documenting club logos
I don’t agree with quite a few of their interpration and time line of logos for some AFL clubs but for the St. Kilda 1989/90 logo I tend to agree with their timeline rather than yours as you have the flying stick man logo commencing in 1989 but it includes the AFL logo which didn’t commence till 1990.
They also have a few other interesting AFL club logos on their website.