Lodge No. 9 F. & A.M. 

Fluted Pitcher

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This beautiful Fluted Pitcher was made by Lodge No. 9 F. & A.M.  It has a black transfer of the columns, altar, and working tools of the Lodge and its hand-painted trim is done in silver.  It has the names of the Officers on the back and the date 1910.  It stands 11 1/8 inches tall and the base is 4 inches in diameter.  It is marked on the bottom Thomas Maddocks & Sons, Trenton, N.J.  Appraised market value on a fluted pitcher in good condition is $100.- 150. U.S.

 

         

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