Details about Lodge Eskdale Kilwinning No.107 Free Masons Copper Coin, Provincial Grand LodgeSee original listing
27 Nov, 2013 22:09:26 GMT
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Blackpool, United Kingdom
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Hi, I believe this is a Free Masons Coin.
I really don't know much about it but have come to this conclusion from my little research and if you can enlighten me any more that would be great.
My pics are not too clear sorry so here's what the coin reads.
MAIN PIC: Around the outside it reads 'LODGE ESKDALE KILWINNING'
Inside that it reads ' HOLDING OF THE GRAND LODGE OF SCOTLAND'
Then on the inside circle is 'IN THE LORD IS ALL OUR TRUST' with a Crest in the centre
of the Coin.
The Crest is a bit worn like it has lived in someones pocket but the rest of the coin is
At the Bottom of the Coin is 'No 107'
2nd PIC : Reads 'THEY RECEIVED EVERY MAN A PENNY'
From the centre is an Equalateral Triangle inside a Circle. Surrounding that are Letters which i
am unsure where they start but from the Westerly point reading clockwise is KSHTWSST
The 3rd Pic i have pictured next to a £2 coin for scale purposes. It is approximately half a mm shorter in
width and maybe the same in Depth (Thickness)
So that's it really, I hope it means something to someone.
I'm unsure where i got this coin, I'm almost positive it's copper and i can only best describe it as a copper penny.
Any questions please feel free to ask.
Thanks for looking :)