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  • A 1901 Scottish Rite 33rd Degree Award of the Chapter of Rose Croix
  • A 1901 Scottish Rite 33rd Degree Award of the Chapter of Rose Croix
  • A 1901 Scottish Rite 33rd Degree Award of the Chapter of Rose Croix
  • A 1901 Scottish Rite 33rd Degree Award of the Chapter of Rose Croix
  • A 1901 Scottish Rite 33rd Degree Award of the Chapter of Rose Croix
  • A 1901 Scottish Rite 33rd Degree Award of the Chapter of Rose Croix
  • A 1901 Scottish Rite 33rd Degree Award of the Chapter of Rose Croix
  • A 1901 Scottish Rite 33rd Degree Award of the Chapter of Rose Croix
  • A 1901 Scottish Rite 33rd Degree Award of the Chapter of Rose Croix

Item: GB5568

A 1901 Scottish Rite 33rd Degree Award of the Chapter of Rose Croix

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A 1901 Scottish Rite 33rd Degree Award of the Chapter of Rose Croix

Historical & Philosophical Degree; Wings Up Version: Silver gilt, illustrating a two-headed eagle with a sword passing through its talons, surmounted by a crown, maker marked "R.S", hallmarked with the British lion, an anchor (made in Birmingham) and date marked "b" (1901) on the reverse of the two-headed eagle's tail, hallmarked with the British lion on the ring, 58.5 mm x 64 mm, on a full-length neck ribbon with hook and eye, the ribbon's upper in red rayon with gold-coloured trim on either side, the backer in white satin, an embroidered manufacturer's label sewn in place at junction on the reverse of the ribbon inscribed "MASONIC MANUFrs ESTd 1801 Spencer & Co 19, 20 & 21 Gt QUEEN St LONDON. W.C.". Light contact, near extremely fine. (C:45)
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