I am offering a lot of 9 fraternal order regalia collars banners dating from the late 19th century or very early 1900's Victorian Edwardian. I have not been able to ascertain the exact order of the collars but believe they are Knights of Columbus.
I am selling the 9 collars as a lot. I would be happy to answer any further questions or provide any additonal photographs upon request.
There are three matching collars of the photograph above. Made of silk and velvet trimmed with gold metallic braid and fringe.
The stars are of sequins. Two of the collars are missing one tassel each while the third has both tassels. Condition of each of the collars are good, however, not perfect.
Condition is good but not perfect. Some missing fringe.
Label inside collar: The Pettibone Bros. Military And Society Goods, Cincinnati, O.
Two matching collars in this style. Embroidered tambour work on the wine colored velvet. Metallic braid and fringe trims the collar.
The wear on the silk of these four collars do show shredding to the fabric. Although all are intact and presentable they are not perfect.
Label indicates manufactured by The C. E. Ward Co., Regalia, Costumes and Supplies, New London, Ohio