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Excavated Masonic Cufflink
Item #: Z5520
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Z5520 Excavated Masonic Cufflink
Description: Very nice single cufflink that would have originally come in a set of two. These date from the late 1700’s and possibly into the early 1800’s. This one came out near an early house site just outside of Shepherdstown. It features a ruler and compass in the center. The top portion is flanked with a moon on the left and a sun on the right. The bottom has a trowel on the left and a triangle on the right. There is a small hammer head in the very center that is weak.
Backmark: Blank
Measures: 12 x 15 mm
Recovered: Shepherdstown, West Virginia
Reference: "Dating Buttons” by Tice Pg. 272 No.7


Shipping Weight: 0.25 lb
Item # Z5520
Your Price $75.00 USD

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