Buckskin Lodge #412 Gold Mylar OA Centennial Flap S81

I’ve known about this one for while, but did not have a scan. Thanks to Bob Fenty for sending it along. Buckskin Lodge #412 has also issued a second flap to commemorate the 100th Anniversary of the Order of the Arrow with a Gold Mylar Border. I understand that there were 150 made.

Buckskin Lodge #412 Gold Mylar OA Centennial Flap S81

Buckskin Lodge #412 Gold Mylar OA Centennial Flap S81

The stats are:
S78 RED R M/C WHT WHT FDL; WHT Centuries of Service 1915-2015 OA100 Logo

This is currently a need of mine if anyone has one for trade.

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  1. Bruce Shelley says:

    Do you know what the purpose was for the second Buckskin flap with gold mylar border? Wonder why they did two different borders and small number of the GMY, if other than just to sell more and sell them faster.

  2. Bill says:

    I understand that the Gold Mylar border was primarily for those who attended a rededication event.

  3. Brian says:

    Bill and Bruce – the Gold border version was used as an award to those that have gone above and beyond with service to the lodge. These were only available and given out by the Lodge Advisor, they were not available for sale.

  4. Bruce Shelley says:

    Thanks for that additional information. We will share it in the OA News column in the Scouting Collectors Journal.

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