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Freemasonry: A Celebration of the Craft. First Edition, Hardcover, 2005.

by John Hamill [Editor]; Robert Gilbert [Editor]; The Duke of Kent [Foreword];

Condition: About Fine/Near Fine


ANGUS, 2005 256 pages, Well illustrated in color, a large book in a dark blue dust wrapper. . About Fine/Near Fine. Archival Wrapped DJ.


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