Miscellaneous & Mystery Orders  

Column one, top to bottom
Unknown
Prudent Patricians of Pompeii

 
Column Two
AHEPA
Federated Freemen of America
Loyal Order of the Boar

 
Column Three
Goodfellows
National Society of Magna Charta Dames
Unknown

 
Column Four
Order of Sparta pendant
American Legion of Honor
Unknown

 
Column Five
Order of Sparta
Knights of the Globe
Royal League

 

Column One, top to bottom
 
United Order of Pilgrim Fathers
Knights of Labor
Order of Owls
Independent Order of Old Bastards

 
Column Two
Shepherds of Bethlehem
Unknown

 
Column Three
United Order of the Golden Cross
Order of Orioles

 
Column Four
United Order of the Golden Cross
Order of Fraternal Guardians

 
Column Five
Knights Hospitaller
Protected Home Circle

 

FIRST ROW

UNKNOWN

IOM - INDEPENDENT ORDER OF MECHANICS

UORM PAST POWHATAN (SPLINTER GROUP OF RED MEN?)

SECOND ROW

FRATERNAL ORDER OF ORIOLES

COURT OF HONOR

THIRD ROW

Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Regiment of the British Army

UNKNOWN CANADIAN

Here's one that is still unidentified!!!

This large ribbon measures nearly four by ten inches.  It was made by W. H. Haskell of St. Louis.  The snake and word “executive” is done in gold bullion thread on a background of dark purple velvet.  The owl appears to be silver with garnet eyes.  The ribbon is decorated with more than seventy rhinestones.  Estimated age is over one hundred years.  It has a single vertical pin with no catch.  Any information on this piece would be appreciated.

 

                  

               

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