Mischa Mokwa S1

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Mischa Mokwa S1

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Issue Details

Issue Number
S1
OA BB v6 Issue Number
unlisted
Description

last issue

Year Issued
1962 
Quantity
200 
Material
Embroidery
Backing Type
Cloth Back 
Issue Shape
Flap - Generic 
Border Type
C  
Border Color
RED  
Background Color
M/C  
Lettering Color
RED  
FDL/BSA Color
 
Manufacturer
Unknown
PatchScan URL
Unknown
Color Count (PS)
6
Coverage (PS)
100
Size in mm
125mm w x 60mm h
Annotations
WWW
DF
DI
Designed by
No designer listed
History

in 1962, the lodge issued a solid embroidered flap to depict the history of their area, and their lodge totem. The path cutting through the mountains and the covered wagon is symbolic of the pioneer's trek weatward via the Cumberland Gap (near middlesboro). The bear (ursa major) represents Misha Mokwa, the bear was slain by Mudjeokeewis, the father of Hiawatha from "The Song of Hiawatha" by Longfellow. About 200 made.


Sets

This issue is not part of any sets


Revision History

There have been 4 revisions. Last change was update on 21 Jul 2020 by Unknown

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