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    us
    Jul 2010
    Pittsburgh, PA
    Fisher F75, Garrett AT Gold, XP Deus, Fisher 1270
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    Banner Finds (3)
    I have boxes of back issues from the late 1980s to about 2010 if anyone is interested in making a deal.
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    Spanish Silver Totals
    Cut Pieces = 20
    Half Reals = 30
    1 Reals = 11
    2 Reales = 6
    8 Reales = 1
    2 Reale Cobs = 2
    Other Early Silver Coins
    1797 & 1803 Draped Bust Dimes
    1830 Capped Bust 5 cents
    1827 Capped Bust dime
    1661 Hammered silver King Leopold
    1697 William III 6-pence
    Rev War Buttons
    3rd Battalion PA, Hartley's Regiment, USA, (4) 18th Royal Irish, (2) Rattlesnake & Stars
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    VA Militia Cross Belt, CS Tongue, CS Wreath, VMM, US Box, Model 1851 Sword, Militia Plate w/Star

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    us
    Mar 2012
    Georgia
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    Quote Originally Posted by AARC View Post
    The "odd fellows" must be a massive secret organization that still exists to this very day.

    For every time I leave the house I see them everywhere.

    :P
    You must live near Atlanta.
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  3. #18
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    Ed

    Jul 2018
    Eastern Connecticut
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    Quote Originally Posted by park pirate View Post
    so true man of course I have know idea what was said about it because I canít see it...
    Short of copying every word, here is what they said about your badge...Ö..
    The pin was worn by a member of the Independent Order Of Oddfellows, which was a fraternal order established in the U.S. in the early 1800's and long before that in Europe. The letters FLT stand for Friendship, Love, and Truth. The crossed sword and shepherd's crook represent "Patriarch's Militant" also called "Canton" which is the highest order of the IOOF and was formed in 1885 as a uniformed paramilitary branch of the IOOF. They marched in parades and served ceremoniously in special events. "Lodge 32" could be from anywhere but if it's from N.Y. it may be from Shultzville. Your find dates from the late 1800's to the early 1900's and is valued at bullion plus 20-30%.
    Hopefully this helps provide some info for you ÖÖ.
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  4. #19
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    Ed

    Jul 2018
    Eastern Connecticut
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    Quote Originally Posted by park pirate View Post
    so true man of course I have know idea what was said about it because I canít see it...
    Quote Originally Posted by park pirate View Post
    yes itís true they went electronically and I wonít subscribe Iím just old fashion that way I like printed issues..
    Same here...I have one more digital issue coming but I won't subscribe anymore.
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    Anthony

    May 2013
    City of Rensselaer (upstate NY)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Clad2Silver View Post
    Short of copying every word, here is what they said about your badge...…..
    The pin was worn by a member of the Independent Order Of Oddfellows, which was a fraternal order established in the U.S. in the early 1800's and long before that in Europe. The letters FLT stand for Friendship, Love, and Truth. The crossed sword and shepherd's crook represent "Patriarch's Militant" also called "Canton" which is the highest order of the IOOF and was formed in 1885 as a uniformed paramilitary branch of the IOOF. They marched in parades and served ceremoniously in special events. "Lodge 32" could be from anywhere but if it's from N.Y. it may be from Shultzville. Your find dates from the late 1800's to the early 1900's and is valued at bullion plus 20-30%.
    Hopefully this helps provide some info for you …….
    Thanks Ed thats what Mark Parker sent me ..

 

 
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