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Phi Kappa fraternity is no longer active under the name Phi Kappa. In 1959 Phi Kappa joined with Theta Kappa Phi and emerged under the name Phi Kappa Theta which continues today.

Phi Kappa - 1946

Length: 5/8" Width: 5/8" Mass: 3.3 grams

Here is a rare vintage Phi Kappa pin with 4 rubies(usually amethysts) and 16 seed pearls. It is engraved on the back with, "Psi, DON P. JULIAN, NOV. 2, 1946" and the LGB mark. It has an old knuckle clasp and although it is not stamped, this pin is guaranteed to be at least 10k gold. The Psi chapter was founded in 1929 at the University of Ohio and now exists as "Ohio Psi of Phi Kappa Theta" fraternity. This pin is rare as it is the first to be seen with red stones instead of the usual purple. This chapter still exists today as Ohio Psi of Phi Kappa Theta.

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($335) SALE $295

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Phi Kappa - 1929

Length: 5/8" Width: 5/8" Mass: 4 grams

Here is a vintage Phi Kappa pin with 4 amethysts and 16 seed pearls. It is engraved on the back, "FRANCIS, W. WELCH, Pi, 3-'29" and the Burr Patterson mark. The Pi chapter was founded at the University of Nebraska in 1925 and has been inactive since 1934. This is a rare opportunity to own a piece of this chapter's history as it was only opened for 9 years.

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Phi Kappa - 1945

Length: 11/16" Width: 11/16" Mass: 4.7 grams

Here is a vintage Phi Kappa pin with 4 amethysts and 16 seed pearls and an Omega chapter guard with 8 seed pearls. It is engraved on the back with, "Omega, JOHN S. RANK, 4-14-45" and an LGB mark. The Omega chapter was founded at "Catholic University" in 1930 and now exists as "D.C. Omega of Phi Kappa Theta" fraternity. It has an old knuckle clasp and although it is not stamped, this pin is guaranteed to be at least 10k gold. This chapter still exists today as DC Omega of Phi Kappa Theta.

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Phi Kappa - 1937

Length: 5/8" Width: 5/8" Mass: 3.3 grams

Here is a vintage Phi Kappa pin with 4 amethysts and 16 seed pearls. It is engravedon the back, "MICHAEL B. AYRES, Theta, 4-17-37." The Theta chapter was founded at Ohio State University in 1920. This chapter still exists today as Ohio Gamma Theta of Phi Kappa Theta.

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$215

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Phi Kappa - Pledge

Length: 3/8" Width: 3/8"

Here is a vintage Phi Kappa pledge pin in great condition. The screwback has the Balfour maker's mark.

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$120

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Phi Kappa - Pledge

Length: 3/8" Width: 3/8"

Here is a vintage Phi Kappa pledge pin with enamel missing on the front. The screwback has the Balfour maker's mark.

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$70

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Phi Kappa - 1927

Length: 11/16" Width: 11/16" Mass: 4.7 grams

Here is a mint Phi Kappa pin with 4 amethysts and 16 seed pearls. It is engraved on the back with, "H. J. K., Kappa '27" the Burr Patterson mark. The Kappa chapter was founded at the University of Missouri in 1923 and now exists as "Mo. Kappa Upsilon of Phi Kappa Theta" fraternity. Although it is not stamped, this pin is guaranteed to be at least 10k gold. This chapter still exists today as Missouri Kappa Upsilon of Phi Kappa Theta.

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Phi Kappa - Pledge

Length: 3/8" Width: 3/8"

Here is a shiny Phi Kappa pledge pin. The screwback has the Burr Patterson & Auld maker's mark.

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