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Author Name    MacBride, Andrew Sommerville >>

Title   Speculative Masonry : Its Mission, its Evolution and its Landmarks

Binding   Hardcover

Book Condition   Good+ with no dust jacket

Edition   Second Edition

Publisher   Glasgow: R. E. Robertson; 1931

Seller ID   16943

255 pages; 12mo (7.5") 19 cm; Small hardcover, blue cloth, gilt spine lettering, index, footnotes, 18 b/w diagrams. ; Copyright 1913. This is 2nd edition, 1931. Foreword by J. Rankine Andrew. ; Famous collection of lectures describes the origins of masonry, symbols, lodges, French and German equivalent organizations, secret symbols, conditions of advancement, mission of masonry, much more. ; Cloth on spine worn and faded, very small tear at crown. Spine lettering dull but readable. Gift note (To Bro John Gilchrist, United Craft Lodge 534, Detroit, from Bro John Rodgers, Lodge Leven St John 170, Scotland, 5th March 1951) on front endpaper in fountain pen. No other marks. Binding tight.

Price = 32.00 USD

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