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Folk Carved Mallet,
Military Order of the Serpent – Supreme Liar – Company K, 2D Ohio
Presented by Jacob Eiting [Sergeant] (War with Spain, 1898-1899)
Early 20th Century



A large and heavy polychrome mallet carved in-the-round; a rattlesnake conforming to mallet centers the presentation script; double coiled snake forms the handle featuring snake heads terminus. The Military Order of the Serpent was a sub-group of the United Spanish War Veterans. Membership was limited to U.S.W.V. in good standing. Their purpose was to promote camaraderie and fraternal fellowship amongst the members of the veterans of the Spanish American War. Excellent original condition. (Length: 14.5"; head: 6.5 x 3.75")









$1,400.00

1245-2




Heart in Hand, Cast Iron Grave Marker, Good Surface, 19th Century



(Missing iron rod; appears to have been cut off; 11.25 by 4.5 by 1.5")

$1,175

1026-14




Steelton Odd Fellows Lodge 184; Carved, Turned, Painted and Gilt Sign, 19th C.


Antique Odd Fellows Lodge Sign, Painted and Gilt, 19th Century, entire view

(44 by 28.5”)

$695

1121-31


Antique Odd Fellows Lodge Sign, Painted and Gilt, 19th Century, with ruler for scale
Antique Odd Fellows Lodge Sign, Painted and Gilt, 19th Century, top detail
Antique Odd Fellows Lodge Sign, Painted and Gilt, 19th Century, bottom detail



Masonic Liverpool Jug Named to Solomon Clarkson



Transfer signed "Kennedy" for James Kennedy, Burslem active c. 1790 - 1800. Beneath the spout is a transfer wreath of laurel and palm surround the hand painted name "Solomon Clarkson."
Dimensions: 8.75-inches.

$1,800

980-28








Odd Fellows Merit, Silver Presentation Gorget, Engraved
Presented by the Philanthropic Lodge, Uttoxeter, Lodge 32
Presented to William Ball
Circa 1834



The Gorget engraved on obverse with a sun and crescent moon, PG bracketing a globe divided with lines of latitude and longitude, and William Ball, Merit in script. The reverse is engraved in script "Presented by the Philanthropic Lodge / Uttoxeter No. 132 / M. U. 1834, and is signed "BURTON" with the letters in an arc. Faintly etched around the edge of the reverse is "GEORGIOUS R [H?] D: G: [indecipherable word] REX E: D:. Mounted on the front is a gilded brass ring with a ferrous metal back and a convex glass cover over an engraving of a coat of arms. Very good condition with one hanging loop missing. There are no hallmarks and the metal has not been tested. There is an Uttoxeter in East Staffordshire, England and another in Ontario, Canada. (4.5" by 3.5")

$750

846-5








Creamware Ladle with Masonic Decoration - SOLD



A very unusual late 18th or early 19th century piece of creamware.
Dimensions: 11-inches overall, the bowl is 3.5-inches by 1.5-inches.

980-42 - SOLD




Framed Supreme Council Degree - SOLD



980-16 - SOLD







Print of Washington as a Mason



$150

980-12






Previous Offerings or Gone to New Homes




Warden's Axe, Ax, Odd Fellows, Evening Star Lodge 114, Original Paint
Friendship, Love & Truth
Apparently 19th Century
Outstanding example, faceted spike, great paint and gilding - SOLD



(Tight shrinkage fissure to haft where pierced by blade, not distracting; L: 50.5", ax head: 14.75 by 14.25")

928-50 - SOLD




Axe Pine Silhouette, Fraternal, Foresters or Woodsmen, Great Patina - SOLD



Dimensions: 30 by 18.25".

171-100 - SOLD




Masonic Motif Collar Box - SOLD



Wooden box with gutta percha panel decorated with Masonic symbols. Stamped "Ward's" on front of box. Sides of box show wear, front clasp broken, applied lid soiled but in very good condition.
Dimensions: 5-inches by 5-inches by 3-inches.

980-40 - SOLD




Silver, Engraved Masonic Jewell
Holland Lodge, NYC
Signed by Peter Rushton Maverick (1755 - 1811)
Rushton was a member of the Holland Lodge - SOLD



Peter R. Maverick was commissioned to engrave the Lodge seal in 1788 and he was an ardent revolutionary. Maverick, of NYC was and engraver, seal cutter, printer, and silversmith. Excellent condition. (1.75-inches.)

536-20 - SOLD




Masonic Clock Face
Wood and paint
Early 19th Century - SOLD



As depicted, a wonderful example complete with the "all seeing eyes" above Masonic imagery with the addition of an anchor. Fantastic gild spandrels, chapter rings; original lettering...time, seconds, and calendar.
Dimensions: 11.75 by 16.25-inches.

191-249 - SOLD




Masonic Union Case - SOLD



Gutta Percha case with label reading "GENUINE / UNION CASE, / IMPROVED. / Fine Gilt and Burnished Hinge. / S. PECK & CO., / MANUFACTURERS." Case is in excellent condition.
Dimensions: 3.5-inches by 3.25-inches.

980-30 - SOLD




Large Staffordshire Masonic Pitcher - SOLD



Inscribed with the name "JOHN . RICE . TURNER , / Barnstable / 1813" under the spout. Polychrome decoration, including roses around the rim. The bottom is inscribed "Restored December 1980 / James G. Hogris / Log #00001."

980-26 - SOLD



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