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Scotís Badge Medallion
By Garry Gianotti

The symbology is a early Scot Clan member with an important badge. The chain links are with the hand shake symbol at bottom. Represents the odd fellows history! Specifically this clan Scot badge is specific, itís the broken or split order of Odd fellows in London where one side favored King William of Orange and then the Split group of odd fellows became the Ancient Order of Odd fellows who only favored The Stuarts!

Then to the lady Liberty pole with Liberty cap! Thatís The symbology of the Scot clan ancient order of odd fellow member supporting Charles Edward Stuart specifically! Amazing and itís time line of this relic is 1730s to 1786!


Gary Gianotti


Iím learning that this medal is a Scott badge medal emblem that translates as a Scott clan member who is a magistrate representative Loyal to the house of Stuart, who is an Odd Fellow. Specifically the medal was in a torched building by the British in 1777.

Writings and artifacts from the Scottish House of Stuart from 1745-1777 (Ancient Order of Odd Fellows) is their specific name. Next to nothing exists that I can find, so little documents exist on their origins and canít find any artifacts existing. Until after 1810 when they established new lodges in. About 1810.


Remember how I proved the Stars and Stripes being origins to the house of Stuart? This medal has lady Liberty and the medal could have been made many years and decades into or to 45. The shield shows 13 stripes and is hard evidence, direct evidence the origins is direct to  the Bonnie and house of Stuart.



Iím blown away here, I just found 1708 land sales record of East NJ to this area of the medal. 1500 acres was sold to a one George Scot of Pitlochie! This has to be Robert Scotís grandfather! The records I found of his will to George his son the Baker clock maker who found the Scotís lodge during the 45 in Edinburgh.

Wow, this is going to be a wild ride with this project.


Correction, the piece had to be made before the 45. Would have belonged to George of Pitlochie, sons a brother to Robert Scotís dad George.

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