Willie G skull patches
Willie G skull patches are small collectible items of motorcycle memorabilia created by the chief styling officer at Harley-Davidson, William G Davidson, commonly known as Willie G.
The patches depict the Willie G skull, officially known as the Harley-Davidson Skull, accompanied by the text: “Harley-Davidson Motorcycles”.
Willie G skulls adorn a variety of Harley-Davidson products, including motorcycles, clothing and accessories.
The patches are normally circular in nature.
They have provoked a mixed reaction among Harley-Davidson enthusiasts.
William G Davidson, the grandson of the company’s co-founder, William A Davidson, joined the firm’s design department in 1963.
He has designed several motorcycles, including the Low Rider and the Super Glide, and is now the company’s chief styling officer.
How much are Willie G skull patches worth?
Willie G skull patches can sell for between $5 and $20 depending on size and condition.
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