Lodge Immortalite de l'Ordre, Constituted London 1766
Lodge Immortalite de l'Ordre, Constituted London 1766, silver medal, 1766, by J. Kirk, a figure chisels an inscription on a plinth, LONDINENS LIBER FRAT ARCHITECTONIC, (THE LONDON BROTHERHOOD OF FREEMASONS), rev. a radiant globe with laurel branch on a tablet below entwinned with a serpent, NON ET MORTALE QUOD OPT, (WHAT WE DESIRE IS IMMORTAL), 40 mm, (BHM 108;Shackles 2; H. R. 109). Nearly very fine and extremely rare. £485.00
The Lodge met at the Crown and Anchor tavern in the Strand. It was made up of foreign speaking brethren and was French-speaking. The first master was the notorious J.J. de Vignoles. Chevalier d'Eon was also an early initiate.
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