The STS-41G crew wore the standard AB Emblem embroidered mission emblems on their flight suits and on their in-flight clothing, thus there
is no rare 'crew patch' for this mission.
It is noteworthy that the STS-41G mission saw the introduction of the first add-on name tab, something that became a feature of many Shuttle missions
that followed. This was required because additional crew members (in this case two payload specialists) were assigned to the mission after the mission insignia had been designed.
Because the core part of the insignia remained unchanged patch manufacturers who had already begun to produce mission patches at this point
were able to re-use the patch bodies by producing separate tabs that could be glued and sewn to the bottom of the bodies. Manufacturers
who had not yet begun their production runs before the crew change, as was apparently the case for Lion Brothers, were able to take
a different approach and manufacture single piece patches with the name tab incorporated.