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15ct yellow gold Masonic jewel c.1930's with inscription verso 'Presented to R.W.M. Bro J.H. Trevaskis, by Brethren of Sir William Wallace Lodge 1932' marked 15ct M, attributed to Middlewick Jewellers height 7 cm, width 5.6 cm, weight 45grams

Gold mounted Masonic ball cross, with a 9ct gold clasp and ball and a ribbon suspended by 14ct gold supports, total weight: approx 14.2 grams

A rare gold Masonic medal, on ribbon, 9ct gold. Total weight (all in) 27.1g.

9ct Masonic 'Ball’; Fob Opening to Reveal Six Pyramid Sections

9ct gold and diamond Masonic medal, 25grams, inscribed presentation to back

A masonic black silk memorium watch fob with folding ball cross. 9ct yellow gold. Weight 17.79 grams. Total length 15cm.

Old Australian Masonic Jewels of office, Royal Arch & chapter, marked ST silver, Sydney, L. I Flegeltaub Masonic jeweller, 228 Pitt street Sydney

Antique Federation Royal Arch Chapter (Masonic) jewel, Chapter RA 368SC circa 1913 marked ST Silver L, IF

Antique Victorian Masonic medal, Duke of Edinburgh lodge, Royal Arch chapter, No208, 14.3.10, to reverse: Victoria D.G. Britt. REG. F.D

Wooden whip handle with carved emu kangaroo Natives & Masonic Emblems

Antique 9ct gold Australian Masonic jewel of office, Abbotsford Lodge, no 217 marked 9ct, LIF circa 1911, approx 15g

Late Victorian 9ct Masonic medallion design of measuring tools and pocket knife with braid ribbon & original box

Three Masonic breast & lapel Jewells by Blashki, two with 3 sterling gilt bars and mother of pearl symbolic drops, other with two 9ct gold bars and gold cased symbolic pendant.

Three sterling silver gilt Masonic breast Jewells by Blashki, each with 3 bars and a symbolic pendant.

Three 9ct gold Masonic breast Jewells by Muir & Blashki. One with 2 bars, one with 3 bars, other with 3 rolled gold bars, each suspending a symbolic pendant, wt. 54.6g

Masonic 9ct gold medal & other silver medals gold medal weighs 27g including ribbon

Antique Victorian Masonic medal, Duke of Edinburgh lodge, Royal Arch chapter, No208, 14.3.10, to reverse: Victoria D.G. Britt. REG. F.D

A British Amherst Masonic Lodge Founder's jewel & Die in sterling silver gilt and enamel, 1911 London, with maker's marks for George Kenning & Son (silver component). the Founder medal bearing the crest of the 3rd Earl Amherst 'Constant

A 9ct gold Masonic badge, with wreath, lyre and star motifs on a blue ribbon with fittings, cased, wt. 20.4g.

Antique Masonic Jewel medal for Queen Victoria's diamond jubilee, with detailed enamelled crown and stone set borders, in the original presentation box. marked Spencers, 1897, London.

A 9ct. yellow gold Masonic fob, the domed head with Masonic emblem mounts including trowel, square, hammer and dividers, Chester hallmarks.

[Masonic Regalia] a rose Croix 18th Degree collar & jewel + a craft Worshipful master Apron, in black leather carry case + the United grand Lodge NSW, 1972 + 1948 + by Laws of the Royal Empire Lodge

A German late 19th century Masonic toasting glass, of hexagonal shape engraved and cut with Masonic motifs and inscription. Height 14 cm

Hallmarked sterling silver Masonic medal. London 1930, makers Simpsons. Awarded 1933 by lily of the Valley Lodge 267. Gilt finish with original ribbon. Wt. 90g

A 9ct gold Masonic medal, medal centring Masonic symbols on a blue enamel ground to wreath and star surround, on blue ribbon with 9ct gold engraved fittings, presented to Wor. Bro. T.Wright. From Lodge Burns Lewis no. 403. Wt. 44.6g

Three silver Lockets, each centring a freemason symbol.

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

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