This quirky antique sterling silver case has an enamel crest on the front with the Knights of Columbus seal. On the inside, there are three markings-- a patent date of Nov. 22, 1910, the word Sterling, and best of all, it was made by the Alfred Schickerling Jewelry Co.,and the name, Lispenard, appears as well. This little case was used to hold the rules of the Knights of Columbus organization and has fittings inside just for that purpose. If you know someone who was or is a member, this would be a real kick and a special gift of remembrance of the “good old days. It’s also a perfect stamp or money holder for that brand new $100 bill. The measurements are 2” long x 1” wide.
This special gem has been part of our personal collection and has been stashed away in a trunk for over 30 years (really!). It’s now time to take it out and share with everyone, so enjoy!
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