The F. W. Sandford Shield. The wooden shield features a painted fleur-de-lis design at the centre with an image of Mount Taranaki at the centre. A standing Māori figure and a figure in scouting uniform flank the fleur-de-lis. " F. W. Sandford Shield. " is painted near the top. " No. 2. N.P. CENTRAL / TROOP. " is painted near the bottom. A list of winners name is painted in white down the left facing side and concludes on the right facing side. The first winner listed is " 1934 Beaver. P. Heyton " and the final winner listed is " 1964 Beaver. D. MOSSOP " A metal loop for hanging is mounted at the top but the shield is also designed to be freestanding on its flat base.
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