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  • Writer's pictureDave Parker

Our two entitling documents

Updated: Oct 13, 2022

This is a photograph of our original Warrant issued to us in 1921, as the authority to consecrate the Lodge.

It was sent tp the picture framers/restorers, who advised that after 100 years, and the way that the item was framed at the time, they were concerned that any attempt to clean the warrant would carry with it unnecessary risks. They did, however clean up the framme and ensured, best that they could that the warrant was propoerly sealed

This is our centenary warrant entitling us to be 100 years old and to wear a centenary jewel to mark the occasion.

This certificate is hand-calligraphed on specialist paper and cost over £800.00.

Both of these documents have been hung on the Temple wall.

Neither are particularly easy to read, but the text of the warrant can be found in a readable form, here.

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