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Masonic Royal arch Companion's breast jewel in original box. Together with a Masonic mark Member breast jewel in original Kennings of London box (AF)

Swiss Masonic pocket watch, Crown wound and set, triangular mother of pearl dial with Masonic numerals, fully jewelled Swiss movement, hallmarked triangular silver case decorated with Masonic motifs, hallmarked USA patent 66542 English patent 713821, Swiss

Early Masonic beaker with enamel decoration of symbols of Masonry

Masonic Regalia, in small case marked 'J.T.Burrows, Lodge Trambridge No.415', with apron, collar & medals including 1956 Olympic Games.

A large silver gilt and enamel Masonic badge; lily of the valley lodge presented to H.P.Pledger. London 1933. Length 165mm.

Sterling silver Masonic medal. Mascot Lodge no.816. Presented 1960. Together with ribbon, in presentation box. Maker Harvey Smith & Co. Wt. 48g (total)

A cased silver gilt Masonic medal; featuring a bull's head and horns, presented to Bro. C white by Lodge Halycon no. 29 for propaganda work, by kitchen & Bingham Sydney, C 1910

A pair of enamelled Masonic cufflinks, of oval form, 9ct yellow gold, length 2 cm, weight 7.70 grams.

A garnet ring by Phil Mason, the fancy cut stone set in a handcrafted mount of 18ct white and yellow gold

A pair of blue enamel and 9ct gold sleeve-links with Masonic symbols

Two various Masonic badges. Both Lodge Doric, including1 9ct yellow gold dated 1925. W35g (gold badge)

Masonic Regalia: West Australian Lodge medal and Sash, Presented to Bro. L.R. Martin K.O.M., Shenton Park Lodge 1964. Provenance: Private Collection Perth; sourced locally

Masonic Regalia: a collection of Jewels, medals and relating objects. Provenance: Private Collection Perth; sourced locally

A superb large book 'The Secret Teachings of All Ages' by Manly P Hall, an Encyclopaedic outline of masonic hermetic, qabbalistic and rosicrucian philosophy, coloured plates. In original slip case

Badges & Masonic medals including 9ct gold & silver, 20th century. (18 items)

Four various early Mason jugs, including Chinese scene, & 3 various Imari style. One with hairline cracks to base. Height 14 cm. (average)

19th century English pink lustre jug. 'Swiftly See Each Moment Flies...' with Masonic symbols. Spout restored & discoloration. Height 17 cm

Four various early Mason plates. All with oriental influenced decoration. One unmarked. C.1850s. Diameter 21 cm. (average)

An 18ct gold Freemason's badge, inscribed 'Presented by the Bretheren to Bro. Robert Hosie Pm Sept. 23rd 1885 as a token of esteem and respect'. Maker Goldstein & Moller, Dunedin. Width 7 cm

Mason style jugs, approx 29 cm high and shorter (4)

An Australian sterling silver Masonic medal and ribbon made by Bowen & Co., Adelaide, circa 1920, in original box.

Chinese carved wood sage figure along with a pair of buffalos (3)

Two various World War I Acclamation certificates. Awarded to Thomas L. Durbin by Municipality of Alexandria dated 28th Sept. 1918; and United ancient Order of Druids, grand Lodge of NSW. 50 x 38 cm (each)

Ansonia Masonic clock in brass and silvered metal, representing the masons tools, Pat. April 23rd 1878, height 8 cm

A West Australian Winthrop Hackett Lodge gold Masonic jewel, 9ct yellow gold and enamel, with makers box, by Walter Jorgensen Murray Street Jewellers Perth. Awarded to Eric William Gillett 1937, engraved verso: 'Presented to Wor. Bro. E. W. Gillett as a ma

Clifton Pugh collector's plate 'The Dingoes', sterling silver limited edition 56/1000 with certificate, 20 cm, 195 grams; 'United Grand Lodge of Victoria', sterling silver plate, limited edition of 569 only available to members (with certificate). 20 cm, 1

Four various early silver lodge medals. Including three hallmarked sterling silver; 2 with attached ribbons.

Birds: 'Nocturnal Birds of Australia' by Schodde, Mason & Boot (all signed) [Melb., 1980], No.358/750 with limited edition print, brown leather; plus 'Studies & Sketches of a Bird Painter', by Raymond Ching [Melb., 1981], in slip-case. (2 items)

A silver pill-box, the hinged cover with a Masonic symbol