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An Account of the Lodge of the Nine Muses No.235 From Its Foundation in 1777 to the Present Time.


Price: £85.00

Publisher: London: Printed for the Master, Wardens, and Brethren at the University Press Cambridge,1940. 0:

Seller ID: 42458

"For the first forty-four years of its existence the Lodge held faithful to the Thatched House Tavern, where its first recorded meeting took place on 14th January, 1777." Contents include: Early History; The Minutes; Meeting Places; Membership; Finance; Work; Recreation; Benevolence; The Table; The Furniture; The Jewels; The Books and Pictures; Celebrations...concluding with four appendices: A. List of Members, Lodge of the Nine Muses (annotated); B. List of Members, Lodge of Rural Friendship (annotated); C. List of Masters and other Officers; D. List of Tylers. Pp.217, colour frontispiece (O... View more info

[Guide Book] Freemasons' Hall, London - An Appreciation and descriptive Notes of the building by A. Trystan Edwards, F.R.I.B.A.


Price: £10.00

Publisher: London: Freemasons' Hall, [no dated - c. 1972?]. 0:

Seller ID: 36134

Paperback. Blue card covers with printed blue titles, uneven sunning to edges, light spotting to cover. 32pp. Well illustrated with both black & white and colour full-page pictures. First printed in 1951. View more info

The Grenadiers Lodge : Two Hundred Years of Craft Masonry / Arranged and Edited by John W.H. Eyre, P.G.D. P.M. 66 and 2410 and T. Blanchard Sellors, P.P.G.W. (Essex) P.M. 66 and 3298, Illustrated by Reginald R. Eyre.

By: EYRE, John W. H.

Price: £55.00

Publisher: London : Grenadiers Lodge [Printed and published by Ash & Co., Ltd., * Holyrood Street, London, S.E.1"], 1939. 0:

Seller ID: 36255

4to. 10" x 7.5" x 1.25" . pp.10/[2pp.]/pp.251 . Brown buckram with bright red & gilt title to front board and spine. Light foxing to endpapers. Handwritten dedication to front free-endpaper (dated 05/9/1946). Clean text throughout, well illustrated with numerous black & white pictures. Small label to recto of rear board: "Printed and published by Ash & Co., Ltd., * Holyrood Street, London, S.E.1". Scarce. VG. View more info

History of the Lodge of Prosperity No.65. Of the most Antient & Honourable Fraternity of Free & Accepted Masons of England.

By: FERRY, Bro.C.E.(P.M & P.Z).

Price: £80.00

Publisher: London: Published by the Author at Crown Court Old Broad Street, 1893. 0:

Seller ID: 38400

Second edition with an introduction by Bro. William James Hughan. 22cms 16.5cms. Pp.130, engraved portrait of the author + 4 further engraved plates, 2 black & white photographs(including double-page photo 'Richmond, 19th July 1882) + folding facsimile summons for Lodge of Prosperity No.78. Gift message: "W.Bro. R.M.Vick with fraternal greetings from J.B.Ferry Lodge of Prosperity No.65" and previous owner's label to front free endpaper, slight toning to endpapers. Blue cloth, edges rubbed, no title to front or spine. Scarce early copy. G+. View more info

The Moriah Chapter No.34. The First Fifty Years.


Price: £40.00

Publisher: London: Hazell, Watson & Viney Ltd, 1940. 0:

Seller ID: 36129

Being a Short Account of Its History Compiled from the Minutes and Other Sources 1889-1939. Pp.83, 10 black & white photo plates. Red cloth, gilt title to front and spine. VG. View more info

History Of Kent Lodge, No. 15 , 1752 - 1952 , by W. Bro. D. William Lusty W.M. of Kent Lodge, No. 15 and Bro. E. M. P. Williams S.W. of Old Johnian Lodge, No. 5282 .


Price: £45.00

Publisher: London: Privately printed by D. G. Lusty & Son Ltd. Well Court, Bow Lane, 30th January, 1952 . 0:

Seller ID: 36339

Signed first edition. A very good tight binding. 8vo. 7.5" x 5" x 0.75". pp.95 . Original blue cloth with bright gilt titles to front board. Edges lightly rubbed. Black & white photo laid-down to the verso of the front board of the Warrant. Also, the Transcription of the Warrant to the recto of the rear board. "Personal Note And Foreword by the W.M. of Kent lodge No.15." signed in ink by "D. W. Lusty". Clean text throughout. VG. Kent Lodge No 15 is the oldest Antient lodge in existence that can show continuous working from 1752. It was warranted as No 9, when re-... View more info

History Of St. Paul's Lodge No. 194 Volume 2 1927 - 1990 . By Bro. Denis Mihalop .

By: MIHALOP, Denis

Price: £12.00

Publisher: London: Mail Print Limited, 1990 . 0:

Seller ID: 37172

First edition. Large format paperback. 11.5" x 8" . Light blue printed card covers. pp.43 . Clean English text throughout, in double columns, and with a few black & white illustrations. VG. View more info