The Knights of Dunamis was an honor society of Eagle Scouts founded in San Francisco, California on April 19, 1925 by Scout Executive Raymond O. Hanson. The Knights of Dunamis, named after the Greek power or spirit. served as a service organization for local Scout councils and also hosted occasional social events. The Knights awarded a special honor of their own, the Knights Eagle Award. For about forty years after its founding, the national leadership of the Boy Scouts of America had an ambivalent attitude toward the Knights. In 1972 the Knights of Dunamis was merged into the BSA and became the National Eagle Scout Association .The official emblem consisted of an Eagle, sword and shield. The Eagle symbolized service, the sword represented the power of leadership through service and the three sided shield signified the three parts of the Scout Oath; Duty to God & Country, Duty to Others and Duty to Self. 925 SILVER ( I sell only one ring) ++ NEW RING ++... HANDMADE. The ring weights 19 grams, the head from the ring is 21 - 17 milimetre. ( 53/64 – 43/64 inches ) . The inside diameter is 20.1 milimetre. American Size 10.5. in. the ring are stamps = 925 solid silver " " IMPORTANT"I ACCEPT ONLY TRANSFER AND PAYPAL, NO CHECK!!! . consider also my other auctions with rings & pendants . registered shipping to USA. Canada. Australia 12 $. send worldwide .+++++ Copy protection on ring, pendant, and pictures++++++ Ich akzeptiere paypal für internationale Bieter, Deutsche und Europäische Bieter bitte ich um Überweisung, da Paypal erhebliche Kosten verursacht. I accept Paypal for our international customer. German and European customer, please bank transfer. Versand nach Deutschland, Europa Einschreiben Brief - 8 $. ++++++
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