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Theta Xi

Length: 9/16" Width: 7/16" Mass: 4.8 grams

Here is a great Theta Xi badge an attached trident. The badge has 20 seed pearls and a single ruby. It is engraved on the back, "AB-327, " a 10k stamp, the Balfour mark and the typical 6294 marking that we see on every Theta Xi badge. The Alpha Beta chapter was founded at the University of Illinois in 1922. In 1935 there were 239 members of this chapter and in 1940 there were 349 members. With this information we can safely estimate this pin to be from the late 1930s.

$375

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Theta Xi

Length: 9/16" Width: 7/16" Mass: 4.7 grams

Here is a great Theta Xi badge an attached Alpha Lambda chapter guard. The badge has 20 seed pearls and a single ruby. It is engraved on the back, "PAUL COMISAROW, Alpha Lambda, 126" and the typical 6294 marking that we see on every Theta Xi badge. The Alpha Lambda chapter was founded at the University of Alabama in 1932. In 1940 there were 113 members of this chapter and in 1949 there were 175 members. With this information we can safely estimate this pin to be from the early 1940s. Although it is not stamped, this pin is guaranteed to be at least 10k gold. The detailed etching on this pin is truly unique!

$360

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Theta Xi - c.1930

Length: 9/16" Width: 7/16" Mass: 3.8 grams

Here is a great example of a large version Theta Xi badge. It has 20 graduated seed pearls and 1 magnificant ruby in the center. The pin has some great etching on the Xi portion of the pin! It is engraved on the back with, "CHAS STONE, 6294, Alpha Eta-94." The Alpha Eta chapter was founded at the University of Colorado in 1929 and was inactive 1941-46 and 1961-1987. There were 140 members in 1935 so this pin is from the early 1930's.

$old

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Theta Xi

Length: 7/16" Width: 3/8" Mass: 2.5 grams

Here is a great example of a Theta Xi pin. It has 20 graduated seed pearls and 1 magnificant ruby in the center. The pin has some great etching on the Xi portion of the pin! This pin is not engraved making ready for your name.

$old

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Theta Xi

Length: 1/2" Width: 7/16" Mass: 3.8 grams

Here is a shiny example of a Theta Xi pin. It has 20 graduated seed pearls and one magnificant red stone in the center. The pin has some great etching on the Xi portion of the pin! The back is engraved with "R. L., T 361, 6294" and the LGB mark. The Tau chapter was founded at Stanford University in 1914. In 1940 there 305 members of this chapter and in 1949 there 379 members. As a result, we are estimating this pin to be from the late '40s. Although it is not stamped, this pin is guaranteed to be at least 10k gold.

($130) $ALE $115

 

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Theta Xi

Length: 7/16" Width: 3/8" Mass: 2.1 grams

Here is another great example of a Theta Xi badge with 18 seed pearls and a single ruby in the center. It is not engraved making it ready for your name.

$115

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Theta Xi - c.1920

Length: 7/16" Width: 3/8" Mass: 2.8 grams

Here is a very rare Theta Xi pin with 16 seed pearls and a diamond in the center. It is engraved on the back with, "W. G. M. P.90." The Rho chapter was founded at the University of Texas in 1913. Since this is the 90th member's badge and there were 109 members in 1923, this pin is circa 1920. This is the medium sized version. Notice the unique etching around the diamond! The clasp mechanism is missing on the back bit we will incude a pin saver that will help keep this pin attached to your shirt. Ask us for more details or photos.

$OLD!
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Theta Xi - 1934?

Length: 1/2" Width: 7/16" Mass: 4.2 grams

This is another fantastic Theta Xi pin brought to you from VintageFraternityPins.com! The pin has 20 graduated seed pearls on the theta, along with a beautiful red stone in the middle. Also attached is an omicron chapter guard with 8 more seed pearls. This pin is stacked! The back is engraved with "O 322" "COL 34" and "6294." and "Harry K. Margolf". We believe this pin is from 1934, but we arent sure.

$OLD!

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Kappa Sigma Kappa

Length: 11/16" Width: 11/16" Mass: 3 grams

Kappa Sigma Kappa was origianlly founded at VMI in 1867. Due to curtailed fraternity activity, KSK went inactive in or merged with other fraternities by 1886. In 1935 students from the University of Virginia revived the Delta chapter and colonized additional chapters. By 1962, 21 chapters merged with Theta Xi and 8 remaining chapters at unaccredited institutions remained in the fraternity.

Here is a Kappa Sigma Kappa pin in good condition. It is not engraved but does have the LGB maker's mark.

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$OLD!

 



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