Muscogee and Dixie Items for Sale


Directly quoted by Tripp Clark; “I have been asked by the families of Dave Durham and John Carpenter to manage the selling of their Boy Scout memorabilia collections. Many of the items have been and will continue to be auctioned on Ebay (my Ebay ID is tripp221) – especially the items that are extremely rare and sought after. All items are mint unless otherwise noted.
items to be auctioned in the coming weeks:


Muscogee Lodge F-1 “Notch Flap” first flap

Muscogee Lodge F-4, F-5, and F-6 “Skinny Fox” Ordeal, Brotherhood and Vigil flaps

Muscogee Lodge R-1 “Three Inch Round”

Muscogee Lodge N2a and N2b

Muscogee Lodge P-1 Neckerchief (2 available both pointed and rounded neckerchief)

Central South Carolina Round Council Patch

Muscogee Lodge S-1 “Vertical Stitch Spread W”

Muscogee Lodge first three fellowship patches (1974 (A-1), 1975, and 1976)

Dixie Fellowship 1982 Staff Patch

Dixie Fellowship 1983 Awards Patch

Dixie Fellowship 1983 Ceramic Tile

Dixie Fellowship 1984 Key 3 Patch

Dixie Fellowship 1984 Staff Patch

Dixie Fellowship 1988 Awards Patch


Thought I would keep many of you thread heads in the loop.





ok boys and girls guys and gals. the first round of the slug fest is over.
muscogee lodge 221 n2a $1,780.55 a record price
muscogee lodge 221 n2b $1,880.55 also a record price
1983 dixie awards patch $ 585.00
1984 dixie staff patch $ 326.87
and the first fellowships of muscogee bringing in fair money themselves in the 150.00 average price.

It will be intresting to see if Tripp adds the Central South Carolina round and the pie neckerchiefs this next round as well as the dixie items from the 80’s.

By mopar73mopar on March 4th, 2007 at 11:27 pm
By jason on March 5th, 2007 at 1:43 am

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