1866 Lithograph of 

The Three Degrees in Masonry

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This 1866 Masonic Lithograph is in its original frame.  Spectacular, involved artwork incorporating Masonic symbolism.  The All-Seeing Eye is centered at the top, other symbols of the Three Degrees are throughout the different scenes.  It was produced by J.H. Buffords Sons, of Boston. Copyright information reads as follows, "Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1866 by James T. Hill in the Clerks Office of the Disctrict Court of the District of Massachusetts," printed across the bottom of the picture. This is a rare find and the frame has never been opened. Colors are still bright and unfaded, a beautiful antique Masonic piece. The frame measures approximately 26.5 inches tall by 20.5 inches wide. original frame.  Spectacular, involved artwork incorporating Masonic symbolism.  The All-Seeing Eye is centered at the top, other symbols of the Three Degrees are throughout the different scenes.  It was produced by J.H. Buffords Sons, of Boston. Copyright information reads as follows, "Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1866 by James T. Hill in the Clerks Office of the District Court of the District of Massachusetts," printed across the bottom of the picture. This is a rare find and the frame has never been opened. Colors are still bright with no fading, a beautiful antique Masonic piece. The frame measures approximately 26.5 inches tall by 20.5 inches wide.

 

         

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