Ganosote Lodge #159 Neckerchief N1c?

While filing away some recent Ganosote Lodge #159 acquisitions, I decided to check what I thought was a duplicate neckerchief to see if it was in better condition than the one in my collection.  As I tried to find its match, I realized it was an unlisted variety.   The Indian chief had a dark brown face, and the lodge name was dark green, similar to the N2 varieties, but the cloth was yellow like the other N1 issues.

Ganosote Lodge #159 Neckerchief N1c

The lodge name appears to be a much darker green to the naked eye than what shows in the scanned image.

The tentative Blue Book Stats for this one would be:
N1c – – YEL DGR – TRI; SSC design like P1-P2; DBR Indian face; WHT lock stitch

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Diplomacy is the art of saying ‘Nice doggie’ until you can find a rock.
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US humorist & showman (1879 – 1935)
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Suanhacky Lodge #49 N2

Here is a strategy used by a seller who is likely unsure of an items true value or hoping for a bidder who had to have it.  Here is an auction for a Suanhacky Lodge #49 N2 which recently ended on eBay without a bid.

Clicking on the image, will bring you to the auction for the next few months.

At $ 89.00, I can see why there were no bids.

The seller recently re-listed the Suanhacky Lodge #49 N2for a starting price of $ 4.41.

Clicking on the image, will bring you to the auction for the next few months.

With a starting price of $ 4.41, this should generate some interest.

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History is more or less bunk.
Henry Ford
US automobile industrialist (1863 – 1947)
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