Buckskin Lodge #412 Neckerchief? Is It or Isn’t It

There was an auction on eBay recently which was purportedly for a unlisted Buckskin Lodge #412 Neckerchief.

While the neckerchief does not indicate the lodge name or number, the seller advises he was told the neckerchief was from Buckskin Lodge.   The design is somewhat reminiscent of the N5 through N5.7 designs from Buckskin Lodge, however each of those  eight  neckerchiefs contain the Lodge name or at least the Lodge  number.  This design  shows neither.

Does this look familiar to any of my Buckskin readers?  Without some type of confirmation, I’m not willing to list it as a Buckskin neckerchief in the Blue Book.

[phpbay]Buckskin Lodge #412, 10[/phpbay]

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Table of contents for Is It or Isn't It?

  1. Wakpominee #48 L1 – Is It or Isn’t It?
  2. Buckskin Lodge #412 Neckerchief? Is It or Isn’t It
  3. Nischa Nimat Lodge #181 Oddity


  1. Neale Cummings says:

    I was the winner of this neckerchief. Any old Lodge 412 members remember this neckerchief around the 50th year of the lodge time?


  2. Larry Green says:

    What happened to the dark blue neckerchief with a vertical white ribbon sewn on from the tip to the end and an embroidered red arrow pointing over the right shoulder?

  3. nyoatrader says:

    It is still in use, although if I remember cirrectly it is all slikscreened now.

  4. Larry Green says:

    WOW!!!!! if I only still had my original from the early 60s! I’d love to somehow get one. I’m finally, after 50 years, embarking on my Vigil (different lodge), and I would have treasured nostalgically wearing that neckerchief at its completion.

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