Kamargo Lodge #294 F1

Back in the early days of the Blog, I posted on the existance of the “half moon -shaped” Kamargo F1. While I received a few offline comments, there was little response. A local collector doubted the existance, or thought it might have been a prototype. Bill Topkis the NAtional Editor of the Blue Book said he was aware of at least 5-6 specimens.

Well one is now available on eBay http://cgi.ebay.com/OA-Lodge-294-Kamargo-First-Flap-Patch_W0QQitemZ7751380868QQcategoryZ39651QQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem

The Link should be good for the next couple of months.

Here is a scan of the flap:

Kamargo 294 F1

Good luck, I’m sure it will be too rich for my blood.



  1. Lawrence Piper says:

    Why do they call this a half moon patch. I have many of these from my days in the OA.

  2. nyoatrader says:

    While it is not truly half moon shaped, that version has a very rounded bottom.

    The more common version comes to more of a point at the bottom.

    Like the ones in this post: http://www.nyoatrader.com/blog/2007/11/10/kamargo-lodge-294-f2a-and-f2b/

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