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This old postcard pokes a little fun at the rites and tradition of Freemasonry. A dashing gentleman appears to be stealing a kiss from a lovely young woman but the caption reads; A Mason giving the Password. In the upper right corner of the postcard is the F & AM Masonic emblem (Free and Accepted Masons) and if you look closely you can see that the young man has a Freemason’s pin on his lapel. It looks like the first name of the artist for this image was August but I am unable to make out the rest. The back has the elk logo of Taylor Pratt & Co. of New York. It has correspondence on the back but the stamp has come off or has been removed. It has a cancelation date of 1912.
It measures about 3 ½” by 5 ½” and is fairly nice condition with minor edge, corner and crease wear and light soiling.
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Vintage Masonic Postcard – Romantically Fun Old Postcard – A Mason Giving the Password
$12 USD SOLD
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