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[FREEMASONRY / SECRET CODE BOOKS / MASONIC]

1953-1984. Various bindings. A remarkable collection of 5 volumes of SECRET CODE BOOKS to aide the memory of the novice and master Freemason. These code books were never intended to be circulated, and indeed their very existence was long denied. This is an extraordinary opportunity to acquire 5 such volumes at once. The books have some defects, as noted, and are the set is priced accordingly. Additional images available: please inquire. Good. Item #2851

CONTENTS OF THE COLLECTION:

Official Cipher. Grand Lodge of Masons in Massachusetts, 1984. Blue cloth over paper boards, near fine condition. Textblock edges painted blue. There is an ownership label on the front cover: "Massachusetts Ritual. Gift or Ernest Scotten."
The Chaplain's Work and the Director of Ceremonies Work. London, 1957. Blue cloth over paper boards, near fine condiiton. Textblock edges painted red. Label on inside cover: "Masonic Record Ltd. 38 Great Queen Street, Holborn 5270. London W.C.2."
Mentor's Manual. Indiana, 1953. Blue cloth over paper boards, near fine condition.
The Freemasons' Year Book for the Province of South Wales (Eastern Division), 1965-1966. Printed in Neath. Thin blue leather pasted to thin cardboard cover.
The Freemasons' Year Book for the Province of South Wales (Eastern Division), 1963-1964. Printed in Neath. Thin blue leather pasted to thin cardboard cover. The textblock has begun to detach from the binding at the spine.

Price: $80.00

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