1.Large Antique Knights of Pythias medal with Silver, plated or tone frame, and gold, plated, filled or tone Knight and top bar. Engraved on top bar is "Arthur H. Mills". Back is engraved "Dec31 1910 Hazelwood 130 Pitts Pa". Great antique condition, weighs 33 grams.
2.Large Unique vintage Odd Fellows enameled medal and ribbon With 3 clear stones in top portion, 8 clear stones and 8 blue stones, and 6 red stones in bottom portion. Also has what looks to be original black felt or velvet lined case. Case is in great condition. Back of medal has a hallmark at the top, and reads "Be just, merciful, honorable, and brave. Presented to James E. Martin by S.G.L. 9-22-59 PGH, PA 911 3". Appears to be gold plated or filled brass or copper, judging by green tarnish spots present. In good vintage condition, shows some wear. Weighs 58 grams.
3.Large Antique "Royal League" "Past Archon" medal and ribbon. Ribbon reads "??????? Council No. 24 Chicago. The question marks represent the top part that I cannot make out. It has 7 characters, and starts with a C or G. The medal has a very unique design to it, although I'm not sure about its history, I was told its from around the antique to art deco period. The top section of the back, under the pin, is stamped "Pat. 2066969". Appears to be gold plated or filled, and shows some wear to the back, but is in good condition for its age. Biggest flaw is that someone had it duct taped to a piece of velvet, and there is duct tape glue on the back of the bottom portion of the medal. I did not want to try to remove it. Weighs 66.5 grams.
4.Vintage fraternal medal with star shaped bottom and crown top. I was told this is from an organization called the Royal Arcanum. "1105" is enameled on the front, and the back is engraved "William H. Henderson 1973-74 Alpha Agassiz Council No. 1". Medal appears to be gold plated or filled, is in great condition and doesn't really show any wear. Weight is 27.3 grams.
5.Very similar to above, but with crossed swords and bow at the bottom, and a silky feeling ribbon. very intricate detailing throughout front, back not engraved. shows some very minor wear on crown section, otherwise in great condition. Weighs 23 grams.
6.Old Badge shaped small medal reads "U.S. Defense Agent" across top, and "Merit award U.S. Treasury across bottom. Has two hanging sections, first one appears silver, or plated, and reads "second award", second one is gold tone, and reads "third Award". Top badge part is also gold tone, plated or filled. The back is stamped "Bastian". Great condition for its age, with no wear to the gold finish, and minor black tarnish on the silver. Weight is 10 grams.
7, 8, and 9. 3 small Vintage to antique square fraternal medals, with "FPLE" on them, and gold crossed swords and crown in the center. All have blank top pieces. Appear to be silver or silver plate, with some black tarnish. Stamped on back "The Pettibone Mfg. Co. cin'TI. O. All in fair condition, weigh 29.2 grams.
10.Vintage Rainbow Girls "Grand cross of color" enameled medal, and paperwork. Has blue ribbon, and medal appears copper. Also, there are two stamped cards for the cross of color, with two different names, one "Alice Berlin 1937", and one "Ernestine Beaty 1955".
11.Vintage Rainbow Girls "BFCLR" enameled medal with hanging gavel. Name plate is engraved "Alice Berlin", just as one of the cards. Medal appears to be gold filled, or plated and is in great condition, showing no wear other than minor scratches. Weight is 5.5 grams.
12.Small vintage enameled Daughters of Liberty medal with lady liberty, scales of justice, and American flag. Appears to be gold filled or plated, good condition with minor wear. Weight is 1.8 grams.
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