Official Lodge 413 Flaps

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Our lodge issued a number of pocket flap patches over the period from about 1958 to 2002. Certain design characteristics tended to be common throughout the period, such as the cedar tree, thunderbird and lightening bolt (after all our lodge name did mean "thunder in the cedars".) Other elements are less obvious such as the inclusion typically of five smaller trees.

Many of the flaps depicted resulted from an intentional design update. Others occurred because of a manufacturing change. Still others would not have been recognized as a change until the last 10-15 years, with increased collector interest on "variations" or unintentional changes in a design such as is caused when a thread color changes during manufacture or the direction of stitch in a key design element.

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F1 F2a F2b F2c F3
BB=F4 A2=F4
BB=S1 A2=S1
BB=S2 A2=S2
BB=S3a A2=S4a
BB=S3b A2=S4b
F4 S1 S2 S3a S3b
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BB=S6 A2=S3
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S4 S5 S6 S7 S8
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S9a S9b S10a S10b S11
BB=S12 A2=S10
BB=S13 A2=S11
BB=S14a A2=S12a
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S12 S13 S14a S14b S14c
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S24b S24c S25 S26 S27
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S28 S29 S30 S31 S32
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S33 S34 S35    
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