Everyone in Masonry knows how integral our Fraternity was in forming this great nation. This coin commemorates the bravery and sheer determination that these men demonstrated to ensure our nation’s success.
The face of this coin is encircled with two well-known, patriotic quotes, while the compasses are depicted using a pair of flintlocks!
Inside is a circle of 13 stars, which might lead you to ask, “Where’s the G?”. At the time of our nation’s founding, the G was not a prominent fixture, with most emblems still following the UGLE standard. We decided, utilizing a little artistic license, that given what we were making, the original 13 stars were appropriate.
The reverse has an epoxy-coated, digital-offset print of the Constitution, with our first President and brother Mason at the bottom. Wrapped around this picture is an excerpt from the all-too-familiar oath that many of us have taken; a gentle reminder, to all who served our country, that this is an oath that never expires.
Quite a bit of thought went into every aspect of this project, from content to finish. Just like our Templar coin, you will NOT be disappointed in the craftsmanship.
So, carry a reminder of what made this country great or just surprise your veteran friends with something that is sure to bring joy to their hearts.
• 1.5″ diameter
• Polished Gold Finish
• 3D Images on front
• Epoxy-coated, digital-offset print on reverse
Based on our already popular 32nd Degree Pin, this coin is 2″ in diameter, and includes a relief image of Albert Pike, along with his famous quote: “What we have done for ourselves alone dies with us; what we have done for others and the world remains and is immortal.” We’re sure you will enjoy displaying this in the velvet…
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