$87 each (2 avail ) or $126 (1 avail) + $10 USPS Priority
Mail/Ins/Track or Free with USA CK or MO
REPLY to EM 6/07/09: Have 3 total available all sterling silver (#s D, E & F), please read below for assorted prices and weights.
Silver Camp Fire Girls Bracelet Cuff with Hammered Texture odd symbols Marked: STER(W)LING given as an award to a Campfire Girl who earned the Fire Making badge around the 1920s-1930s through mid century. They were supplied by the Campfire Outfitting Company or was it the J. J. White Company of Rhode Island and feature the motto WoHeLo (Work Health Love) in Alaskan Tsimshian letters. Have owned and sold a brooch with same mark from a Chicago estate, now have 3 cuffs of same and 3 Wood Gathers Award rings all with the same Makers Mark in varying degrees of wear & sizes 3, 4 & 7. If interested will add pics here for you. Visitor wrote: "It is a CampFire Girls Fire Maker honors bracelet circa 1914". THANK YOU for the much needed info A M!
( A) SOLD: measures 7 1/4" inside which includes a flexible opening X 1/2" wide and weighs 17 grams. Lots & lots of rich aged darkening in all the nooks & crannies throughout and in very nice vintage condition w/o issues. Please collect with confidence after reviewing the dozens of Trocadero verified testimonials, then view all extreme close up images for more info, as all Qs will be answered here in lieu of email reply. REPLY: Outer symbols are all the same with varying degrees of wear and weight.
Not Pictured: (B)(SOLD); (C)SOLD);
AVAILABLE - not pictured yet:
(D) 16 grams same as above, slightly smoother $87;
(E) The earliest maker's mark 16grams stamped: Sterling then a teenie campfire stamp that differs and appears to be the oldest with texture less pronounced = $126;
(F) 15 grams most but not all hammer texture is softened from age $87.
Will attempt to add new photos soon on the three remaining...Multiple purchase special with US Ck or MO , please leave your ph #.
REPLY to KM 12/09: prices are based on what this dealer has paid. One can not sell items for less than what one paid regardless of how they are priced at other venues; else why do this? Can you imagine a complete stranger, not a revered client, wrote and demanded that these be priced for less than what this dealer paid?! Furthermore, the dates on these ARE circa 1920 to 1930, as these were acquired from elderly folks! Repeat: another visitor (above) wrote that they knew these to be circa 1914.