Here are two very nice and early Knights of Columbus members pins to add to your collection. They are being offered here for the first time by us.
Both K of C pins are slightly different versions of the same style of the K of C logos. The one on the left has not been tested, but could possibly be made of gold. It has a single wire loop for attachment, and is definitely from the early 1900's. The one on the right, has a screw back attachment, is as early as the the other, and was acquired with the other one, so we will sell them together. It is maker marked on outside of the attachment disc. F. DeCaro Mfg. Badges 169 Grand St. New York, which is within the area of New York called "Little Italy." They are both in excellent condition, without any problems to the enameling or anything else. The pin on the left measures 3/4" X 3/4", while the one on the right measures 11/16" X 11/16." Don't miss out on adding this great piece of Knights of Columbus Fraternity history to your collection. We attempt to be as accurate as possible with our descriptions, so there are no surprises to the lucky buyer. Our photos should tell you just about all of the rest. Please email us with any questions or concerns that you may have. You will be answered in a timely manner. If asking on, or near the weekend, give us a little more time to respond, as we may be away on business.
2 Knights of Columbus Members Lapel Pins early 1900's