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These are antique Knights of Pythias (Army of Lily Sword) silver plate belt plates or sword holders.

The Knights of Pythias is a international, non-sectarian fraternal order that was established in 1864. The order's chapters can still be found in Canada, Europe and United States.

The buckles or belt plates are not marked or signed, but feature a Calla lily on each, and intertwined letters "UR" on the tops and "R" or "RS" on the bottoms. The buckles are made of silver plated brass.

Each buckle is 2 1/2 inches by 1 7/8 inches with a dimensional depth of about 3/8 inches.

The set is in good condition. The metal has use and wear marks and tarnish, but no major dents, dings, scratches, or scuffs. There is some plating loss on the back of the buckles, where the brass metal shows through.

vjse# 65.00

Early 1900's Knights of Pythias Belt Plates, Victoria Regina Calla Lily


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  • Vintage item from the 1930s
  • Material: silver plated brass
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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