A later version of the Hazell’s Streamline Blue Star racket

A later version of the Hazell’s Streamline Blue Star racket

Hazell’s Streamline Blue Star racket      circa 1936  The National Badminton Museum has recently acquired a later version of the Hazell’s Streamline Blue Star racket from Ottawa, Canada. Hazell’s were well known for making good quality rackets in England in the 1930s,...
Generous donation to the National Badminton Museum

Generous donation to the National Badminton Museum

At the 2020 Yonex All-England Badminton Championships, the Nippon Badminton Association made a very generous donation to the National Badminton Museum. Mr. Kinji Zeniya Secretary-General of the Nippon Badminton Association presented the cheque to Bill Andrew Chairman...
National Badminton Museum – Logo

National Badminton Museum – Logo

         Jaques ‘Association First Choice’ ‘barrel’ shuttlecock.   The logo adopted by the National Badminton Museum is based on a barrel shaped shuttlecock. Barrel shuttlecocks were in use in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The Badminton Association was...
BBC Antiques Road Trip

BBC Antiques Road Trip

  BBC Antiques Road Trip. The National Badminton Museum appeared on the BBC Antiques Road Trip program. The antiques expert who came with the film crew was James Braxton. James happened to mention to the television producer of the programme that he played badminton as...
All-England Blazer

All-England Blazer

 All-England Blazer From 1904 until the 1970s All-England Champions were entitled to wear this blazer. This All-England blazer was donated to the National Badminton Museum by Heather Nielsen nee Ward (England) who, with Margaret Varner (USA), won the 1958 All-England...

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