1855 Masonic Constitutions of the Freemasons Illustrated Mason Secrets Anderson

ANDERSON, James

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The Constitutions of the Free-Masons was a constitution written for the Premier Grand Lodge of England, to standardize the rituals and practices of Freemasonry among lodges of London and Westminster operating under that Grand Lodge. Obviously, it was not meant to apply to other lodges in other parts of England, Scotland and Ireland. The constitution laid the foundation of the legend of Hiram Abiff, King Solomon’s Master Builder, along with the pyramid style organizational model of Freemasonry. The first and second edition were written by Rev. James Anderson in 1723 and 1738.

 

Anderson’s Constitution is the basis of Modern Freemasonry and its foundation of operation. A variety of stories and irregularities exist about its legitimacy and its foundation, yet, it remains an early canon of Masonic History. Anderson’s Constitutions was the original guide for Freemasons who were part of the Grand Lodge of England.

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1855 Masonic Constitutions of the Freemasons Illustrated Mason Secrets Anderson

 

The Constitutions of the Free-Masons was a constitution written for the Premier Grand Lodge of England, to standardize the rituals and practices of Freemasonry among lodges of London and Westminster operating under that Grand Lodge. Obviously, it was not meant to apply to other lodges in other parts of England, Scotland and Ireland. The constitution laid the foundation of the legend of Hiram Abiff, King Solomon’s Master Builder, along with the pyramid style organizational model of Freemasonry. The first and second edition were written by Rev. James Anderson in 1723 and 1738.

 

Anderson’s Constitution is the basis of Modern Freemasonry and its foundation of operation. A variety of stories and irregularities exist about its legitimacy and its foundation, yet, it remains an early canon of Masonic History. Anderson’s Constitutions was the original guide for Freemasons who were part of the Grand Lodge of England.

 

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Price: $550

 

ANDERSON, James

 

The constitutions of the Free-Masons : containing the history, charges, regulations, etc., of that ancient and right worshipful fraternity. For the use of the lodges

 

New York : Republished, fac-simile, by J.W. Leonard, 1855.

 

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  • Collation: Complete with all pages
    • [10], 108, [3]
    • Seven in text illustrations
  • Language: English
  • Binding: Cloth; tight and secure
  • Size: ~9.75 in X 8.5 in (24.5 cm x 20.5 cm)

 

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Authors

ANDERSON, James

Printing Date

19th Century

Language

English

Binding

Hardcover

Book Condition

Excellent

Collation

Complete