What is it? Twill Flap

 

Does anyone know what lodge this flap is from? I have heard from two different sources (one from an older trader at the 2009 NOAC that had one) that the youth in the lodge didn’t want a flap that people wanted to trade for, so they made this generic flap. But neither person knew what lodge that it came from.

 

 

generic oa flap

 

 

Comments

Belive this is concedered a Trader Bill…. I have one with a generic lodge with a barcode from noac 1994

By redneck_patch_trader on February 10th, 2010 at 12:29 am

This is not one of the Trader Bill flaps. I believe it dates from the 80’s and showed up at one of the NOACs. It is a pure spoof and not attributable to any youth from any lodge.

By ISCA87L on February 10th, 2010 at 4:34 am

Now that is one ugly patch!

By jason on February 17th, 2010 at 5:36 pm

The Generic Lodge Flap was produced for the 1983 Section 5-B Section Conclave held at either Camp Stigwandish or Camp Tuscazoar in Ohio. It was either a Stigwandish Lodge or Sipp-o Lodge produced item and was for sale during the Conclave. It was a popular item for trading at the 1983 NOAC at Rutgers University and made the slide show at the close of the NOAC.

By Mike B on May 13th, 2018 at 10:40 pm

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