This Freemasonry medal of George Washington was produced by the Medallic Art Company (MACO) in 1974. The designer was Boris Buzan. MACO's catalogue refers to it as the George Washington Bicentennial Medal which was made for the Scottish Rite of Freemasonry, Washington, DC.
The front side of the medallion Features George Washington standing by a pedestal and holding his hat in one hand. The words around the rim state: Washington - Soldier - Statesman - Freemason. The bottom of the rim states: The Supreme Council, 33; S.J. U.S.A. On one side of Washington it states 175th Year and on the other October 1975. A circle with a capital G inside is found by his head.
The reverse side depicts the cracked Liberty Bell. The words around the rim state: PROCLAIM LIBERTY THROUGHOUT ALL THE LAND UNTO ALL THE INHABITANTS THERE OF. The date at the bottom is 1753.
The medallion is made of bronze and measures 1.75" in diameter. It is in very good condition.
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