Nacha Nimat Lodge #86 Centennial Set 1915-2015 Skanondo HS1

As part of the 2015 OA Centennial celebration, Nacha Nimat Lodge #86 issued a set of eight current and historical flaps as to celebrate the event. There were two flaps issued for Nacha Nimat and 2 for each of the predecessor lodges.

The second flap for Skanondo Lodge, a predecessor lodge for Nacha Nimat #86 shares the design of the 64S1, the first solid.

Nacha Nimat Lodge #86 Centennial Set 1915-2015 Skanondo HS1

Nacha Nimat Lodge #86 Centennial Set 1915-2015 Skanondo HS1

The stats for this one are:
HS1 RED R GRY BLK GRY FDL; BLK Skanondo Lodge, WWW, 1932

The full Centennial set is shown below:

Nacha Nimat Lodge #86 Centennial Set

Nacha Nimat Lodge #86 Centennial Set

I understand their were 25 sets made, and no flaps were sold outside of the set.



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Nacha Nimat Lodge #86 Centennial Set 1915-2015 Skanondo HF1

As part of the 2015 OA Centennial celebration, Nacha Nimat Lodge #86 issued a set of eight current and historical flaps as to celebrate the event. There were two flaps issued for Nacha Nimat and 2 for each of the predecessor lodges.

The first flap for Skanondo Lodge a predecessor for Nacha Nimat shares the design of the 64F1.

Nacha Nimat Lodge #86 Centennial Set 1915-2015 Skanondo HF1

Nacha Nimat Lodge #86 Centennial Set 1915-2015 Skanondo HF1

The stats for this one are:
HF1 RED R DGR RED DGR FDL; RED Skanondo Lodge, WWW, 1932 TL

The full Centennial set is shown below:

Nacha Nimat Lodge #86 Centennial Set

Nacha Nimat Lodge #86 Centennial Set

I understand their were 25 sets made, and no flaps were sold outside of the set.



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“Experience teaches, that men are often so much governed by what they are accustomed to see and practice, that the simplest and most obvious improvements … are adopted with hesitation, reluctance, and slow gradations. The spontaneous transition to new pursuits, in a community long habituated to different ones, may be expected to be attended with proportionably greater difficulty.” –Alexander Hamilton, Report on Manufactures, 1791

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