Old Knights Templar medal. The medal is gold-filled with red, white and black enamel and marked: In hoc signo vinces / Newtonville Mass / a variety of Templar symbols The medal hangs from a pin/badge with Gethsemane 1872. Excellent condition.
Old Knights Pythias medal. The medal is polished steel (?) and has a gold-filled plaque with a number of symbols on it and FCB. The medal hangs from a pin/badge. There is a marking on the back: Copy Right 1874 S.S. Davis S.C. Supreme Lodge FCB. Excellent condition.
Old Knights Templar medal and ribbon. The badge holder top is a gold-filled chair with a Templar symbol on it. A silk ribbon hangs from the medal. The ribbon reads: Knights Templar Field Day / Orange 1916. There is a celluloid orange that hangs from the ribbon. Excellent condition.
Old Knights Templar medal and ribbon. The medal is gold-filled with a celluloid covered image in the center with a variety of Templar and Masonic images. The medal hangs from a silk ribbon. The ribbon reads: Orange Commandery No. 45 Orange Mass. Centennial Celebration Grand Commandery K. T. Massachusetts and Rhode Island May 24, 1905 Boston, Mass. The ribbon is attached to a badge holder with K. T. on it. The back of the celluloid medal reads: Boston Regalia Co...
Nice old Swank cufflinks made for the Shriners. These are gold filled and are mid-1900s. The round tops each have the Shriner’s symbol. Excellent condition.
Nice old cufflinks. These are gold filled and are early 1900s. The oval tops each have the Mason’s square and compass symbol. Excellent condition.
Nice little lapel pin with an M superimposed over a star of David. The M has turquoise and red glass cabochons. I do not know the symbolic meanings on this lovely pin. Has an old pin back. No marks on this piece, but it tests about 9K gold, but could be gold-filled. About 9/16-inch across. Excellent condition.
Nice little lapel pin with the Shriner logo in gold and red enamel. Has a screw back to attach through a button-hole or lapel. About 7/16-inch across. Excellent condition.
Beta Sigma Phi is a non-academic sorority, an international women's social, cultural and service organization. This is the official lapel pin for the group plus the torch each new member of Beta Sigma Phi receives to guide her through her search for the good, the true and the beautiful. The gavel is for the Exemplar Degree pin to signify the owner was president of her chapter. The pins are gold filled with seed pearls. Excellent condition.
This is a badge for attendees of the 28th National Convention of the American Legion at San Francisco in 1946. The ribbon holder/pin at the top has the seal of San Francisco and the Golden Gate Bridge. The plaque below the ribbon has the American Legion logo identifying the convention with a relief image of the War Memorial Building where the convention was held. The back is marked on both pieces with the logos of the Green Duck Co. of Chicago. The metal pieces are bronze tone metal...
Nice compact brown leather vanity or jewelry case with a suede lining. The case has places for rings or cufflinks, pins/brooches, earrings and a covered space for miscellaneous. The textured leather case is marked “Made in England”. Measures about 6-1/4 x 3-1/8 x 1-3/4 inches when closed. Generally in excellent condition, minor wear to the leather. The clasp works.
Very nice tie bar with a chain and a warrior cameo. The white on black cameo is plastic. The tie bar is made by Swank. The tie could be worn through the chain or with the bar exposed and the chain hanging. Excellent condition.