Belt Buckle - these are the only ones I have found so far. The one on the left is based on the jacket patch design from the 1960s, while the 1971 buckle features that years patch and neckerchief design.
Decals - turn anything into an Onteora collectible!
Hat Pins - a fairly recent
development, these pins can be worn on a Scout's hiking cap. They are
shown larger than actual size. Thanks to Art Noble for the donation of
Keychain - just the thing to hang the keys to the Long House on!
Lanyard - I guess you could also call these bolo ties.
Onteora Money - this is the OSR equivalent of a wooden nickel. Made of a thin piece of wood, it reads "Good only at O.S.R. Trading Post. Good Until August 31, 1968".
Paperweight - A metallic paperweight from 1967
Piggy Bank - for C.O.P.E. participants at Onteora and Schiff
Plates - I bet most Scouts would have been spending their money on ice cream or candy at the Trading Post instead of picking up one of these pewter plates. The Bi-Centennial plate was manufactured by the Art China Co. of Sebring, Ohio and measures 6" across. I don't have details yet on the others.
Please let me know if you have any Onteora or Wauwepex items for sale or for trade!! I do have extra copies of some of the coffee mugs available for trade. Otherwise, you can head back to the main Onteora page.