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Tercentenary: Celebrating 300 Years Of The Premier Grand Lodge

£35.00

Due out mid-March - available now for preorder!

A beautiful commemorative book celebrating the spectacular events of the tercentenary year of the United Grand Lodge of England.

In 1717 four London lodges came together at the Goose and Gridiron Tavern in St Pauls Churchyard and established the first Grand Lodge. Founded as the Grand Lodge of London and Westminster, this historic moment didn't just belong to English Masons, but was a turning point in how Freemasonry developed worldwide and expanded over the years. And so it was, three centuries later, that brethren from around the world gathered in the rather more spacious and grand Royal Albert Hall for a spectacular event. An event that was the culmination of countless hours of labour.

This momentous occasion and the other events surrounding it are celebrated in this easy-to-read and superbly illustrated book.

Written by Oliver Lodge, the Grand Director of Ceremonies during the Tercentenary year, the reader is given a unique insight into the planning and teamwork that went on behind the scenes to orchestrate such a large-scale and prominent once-in-a-lifetime event.

Illustrated throughout by spectacular photos, this volume will act as a permanent exhibition of the great tercentenary celebrations.

Full colour throughout including two beautiful panoramic fold-out gatefolds.

High Quality Hardback

176  pages

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Due out mid-March - available now for preorder!

A beautiful commemorative book celebrating the spectacular events of the tercentenary year of the United Grand Lodge of England.

In 1717 four London lodges came together at the Goose and Gridiron Tavern in St Pauls Churchyard and established the first Grand Lodge. Founded as the Grand Lodge of London and Westminster, this historic moment didn't just belong to English Masons, but was a turning point in how Freemasonry developed worldwide and expanded over the years. And so it was, three centuries later, that brethren from around the world gathered in the rather more spacious and grand Royal Albert Hall for a spectacular event. An event that was the culmination of countless hours of labour.

This momentous occasion and the other events surrounding it are celebrated in this easy-to-read and superbly illustrated book.

Written by Oliver Lodge, the Grand Director of Ceremonies during the Tercentenary year, the reader is given a unique insight into the planning and teamwork that went on behind the scenes to orchestrate such a large-scale and prominent once-in-a-lifetime event.

Illustrated throughout by spectacular photos, this volume will act as a permanent exhibition of the great tercentenary celebrations.

Full colour throughout including two beautiful panoramic fold-out gatefolds.

High Quality Hardback

176  pages

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SKU: 7150
UPC: 9780853186533
Min Purchase Qty: 5 units
Max Purchase Qty: 50 units