This nicely detailed old medal is a tribute to mining and a memento from the Grand Lodge of Helena Montana. Across the top it reads; Helena Aug. 1917. In the center is an emblem with the square, compass and letter “G” which represents Freemasonry. Below that it reads; Grand Lodge A.F. & A. M. Montana. The image appears to me a man with a gold pan standing at a raised sluice box. Along the bottom edge it reads; 53rd Annual Communication. At the bottom of the back is the manufacturing company’s name, Robbins Co. Attleboro, Mass.. The medal is hung from a name plate pin which would have had the name of the wearer. The metal surround is enhanced with a partial American flag that has a blue enamel ground for the gold stars and read and white enamel stripes. The back has a simple c-closure pin.
The medal itself measures about 1 7/8” in length by 1 ¼” at the widest part. The pin portion measures about 1 ¾” wide and the overall length of the two pieces as they hang is about 3”. It is in very good condition with minimal wear and no damage.
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