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200 Years of Royal Arch Freemasonry in England 1813-2013

The Royal Arch, also known as Red Lodge or Chapter, is one of the most popular and enlightening of the Orders beyond the Craft. Published to coincide with the celebrations of 200 years of Royal Arch Freemasonry, this extensive volume encompasses much more than the title implies. Divided into three parts with added appendices, the book covers the story behind the creation of Supreme Grand Chapter within the context of Craft Freemasonry, to which it is so closely attached. It is a comprehensive guide to the Order of the Royal Arch, and its history and development from the mid-eighteenth century to the present day. This is the only text to date to answer such important questions as How did the Royal Arch end up in its current position, so unique to England? How did the Antients Grand Lodge treat this 4th Degree of Freemasonry? Was the Charter of Compact really falsified? and did the Duke of Sussex have his own private Chapter? Biographical Note: Yasha Beresiner was born in Turkey in 1940 and is a law graduate of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (1968). He moved to England in 1969, and after an extended career as a legal consultant, was appointed a director of Stanley Gibbons Ltd., the stamp magnates. In 1983 he set up his own international collectors company, InterCol London (www.intercol.co.uk). He is a qualified City of London Guide (and editor of their quarterly publication) and a past master (2001-2002) of the Worshipful Company of Makers of Playing Cards, founded in 1628. He is an accredited NADFAS lecturer and a prolific author. In addition to a dozen books on a range of subjects, his articles have appeared in specialized collectors and other magazines throughout Europe and the Americas. His book English County Maps won the British Library Association award for Best Reference work for 1988. 0.69 H x 9.34 L x 6.3 W (1.06 lbs) 192 pages

Paul Revere Sculpted Bronze Coin

This work of art is masterfully sculpted by brother Daniel Altshuler. Daniel Altshuler, sculptor was trained by the old school under Walker Hancock (born 1901, St Louis MO- died 1998, Gloucester MA). Hancock made the official Presidential Inaugural medal of Dwight D. Eisenhower and the famous monument to the Confederates in Atlanta GA, Stone Mountain. He also made marble statuary of US presidents on Capital Hill, DC. Altshuler collaborated with Hancock with the 25 statue To Flight for West Point Military Academy, West Point, NY. In 2003-2005 Altshulers served as a Sculptor/Engraver adviser to Secretary of the US Treasury Department, John S. Snow to advise on the designs of all US coins, Congressional medals and all medal designs minted by the US Mint. He made the over life size portrait statue of Donald Chisholm for The Childrens Mercy Hospital in Kansas City,MO. Altshuler is a professional member of the National Sculpture Society. He makes Statuary, busts, bas-reliefs and medals in the classical order.

High Grade 1794 Masonic Currency

The Sketchley masonic token was minted by Bro James Sketchley in 1794. While in circulation, this coin was worth one half penny. This particular specimen is in outstanding condition. Border text clearly reads: I. SCETCHLEY FECIT 1794 X MASONIC TOKEN. This is one of the nicest sketchley tokens we have. Notice the still intact detailing on the beaver, the dots of the tail and the ribs. Also unblemished is the detail on the globe and feathers of the bird. The second set of photos is the same coin but with auto-levels applied to the image. The second set is more true to how the coin appears in normal lighting. The first set is more how it would appear in bright daylight. The black background coin is provided for comparison.

1794 Masonic Half Penny

These tokens are flying out of the market at an incredible rate. Its estimated that somewhere between 10-20 thousand of these were minted in the 1790s by one of our brethren. This is the only masonic currency that was widely accepted as such. Thanks to the internet these tokens are rapidly falling into the hands of brothers who will not likely be reselling them. We have a pile of a few dozen of these that we are selling for an incredible price. The specific token you will get is random but taken from the pile pictured. Some of these tokens are quite beaten up so do not expect a high grade specimen. This item may be subject to purchase quantity restrictions.

Authentic Templar Coin Pendant

This amazing pendant features a square and compass set next to a real Crusader Era Silver Denier. The coin was minted in Antioch, Syria sometime between 1163 and 1188. The pendant is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity for the coin. Rare and authentic, this is simply an incredible piece for display or wear. Only one currently available.

Solid 1oz Fine Silver Masonic Coin

This popular design features the working tools of all three degrees in addition to the all seeing eye. Unique serial number. Space for engraving on back with wording on edge One troy ounce .999 fine silver. 39mm coin in plastic coin case.

1794 Masonic Currency

The Sketchley masonic token was minted by Bro James Sketchley in 1794. While in circulation, this coin was worth one half penny. Edge reads HALFPENNY PAYABLE AT THE BLACK HORSE TOWER HILL

French Jeton

We are still researching this item. On the obverse: LUD.XV.REX CHRISTIANISS. reverse: MUTANT FACIES SEMPERQUE DECENTER. BATIMENS DU??Y 1725. Square, Compass and Guage

1794 Masonic Currency

The Sketchley masonic token was minted by Bro James Sketchley in 1794. While in circulation, this coin was worth one half penny

Certified XF-45 1794 Masonic Coin

The Sketchley masonic token was minted by Bro James Sketchley in 1794. While in circulation, this coin was worth one half penny