Item #130016 Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite. Illustrations of the Emblems of the Thirty-three Degrees, with a Short Description of each as worked under the Supreme Councils of the World. Freemasonry, Brother J. T. LOTH.
Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite. Illustrations of the Emblems of the Thirty-three Degrees, with a Short Description of each as worked under the Supreme Councils of the World
Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite. Illustrations of the Emblems of the Thirty-three Degrees, with a Short Description of each as worked under the Supreme Councils of the World
Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite. Illustrations of the Emblems of the Thirty-three Degrees, with a Short Description of each as worked under the Supreme Councils of the World
Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite. Illustrations of the Emblems of the Thirty-three Degrees, with a Short Description of each as worked under the Supreme Councils of the World
Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite. Illustrations of the Emblems of the Thirty-three Degrees, with a Short Description of each as worked under the Supreme Councils of the World
Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite. Illustrations of the Emblems of the Thirty-three Degrees, with a Short Description of each as worked under the Supreme Councils of the World
Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite. Illustrations of the Emblems of the Thirty-three Degrees, with a Short Description of each as worked under the Supreme Councils of the World

Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite. Illustrations of the Emblems of the Thirty-three Degrees, with a Short Description of each as worked under the Supreme Councils of the World

Edinburgh, Menzies & Co., 1876.

Large quarto, [iv] (title leaf, dedication leaf, both versos blank), 2 (preface), [iv] (list of contents, list of subscribers, both versos blank) pages plus 33 full-page colour plates, each with a leaf of descriptive text (all versos blank) and a plain tissue-guard.

Contemporary ribbed cloth a little rubbed and slightly worn at the extremities; occasional unobtrusive light pencilling; a very good copy (internally excellent).

The list of subscribers runs to a mere 98 names.

Item #130016

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