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Odd Fellows Match Safe Pat. Jan. 12, 1904 is covered under patent number 749,479. It was made by the August Goertz & Co. of Newark, New Jersey
Riding the Goat is a cherished part of fraternal mythology but the Odd Fellows seem to be the only order that has ever memorialized it with a celluloid button. This little goat riding button dates from the turn of the century. It was made and distributed by The Pettybone Mfg. Co. of Cincinnati, Ohio. It measures 3/4 of an inch across. It was donated to our museum by Mrs. Juanita A. Sutton, In Memory of her father (who owned and wore the button) Lloyd M. Mahr (1897-1991).
Antique Odd Fellows Ribbon and Medal Pin
25 year member Jewel
Odd Fellows Fraternity Belt Buckle
Antique Odd Fellows Three Links pin
Odd Fellows Three Link Fraternity 18K Gold Ring
Odd Fellows Gold Fraternity Ring: "F,L,T - Friendship, Love and Truth"
Odd Fellows Three Link Chain gold and ruby ring
Odd Fellows Three Links ring
Antique Odd Fellows match holder with I.O.O.F symbolism: Three links chain, all-seeing-eye, dove, bee hive and heart-and-hand
Sir John A. Macdonald, first Prime Minister of Canada, Odd Fellow Sash and regalia displayed at the Visitor Centre at Bellevue House, Kingston, Ontario.
Odd Fellows Lodge, Past Grand's Collar Regalia
Antique Odd Fellows fraternal collar
Circa 1940. Antique cast aluminum ashtray featuring Odd Fellows fraternal symbols: All Seeing Eye, Skull and Crossbones, Heart and Hand, Bow and Arrows, Scales, serpent and the three links chain. All have an important philosophical teaching to a member of the Fraternity.
10k Gold Victorian Odd Fellows Ribbon & Medal
Circa 1915. Antique Solid Oak Odd Fellows Arm Chair
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