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The Genesis of Freemasonry. An account of the rise and development of Freemasonry in its operative, Accepted,… by Douglas Knoop and G. P. Jones - 1st Edition - 1947 - from The Mason's Corner (SKU: 133)

The Genesis of Freemasonry. An account of the rise and development of Freemasonry in its operative, Accepted, and early speculative phases.

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The Genesis of Freemasonry. An account of the rise and development of Freemasonry in its operative, Accepted, and early speculative phases.

by Douglas Knoop and G. P. Jones

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Manchester University Press, 1947. 1st Edition . Hardcover. Very Good. Rare. First edition. Original dustjacket. Royal blue cloth boards, minor bumping. Gold gilt title to spine, binding strong. Pages clean and free from markings, mild tanning, front and rear blank endpaper has darker stain like something was inserted for a while then removed. Very good condition, dust jacket is also in good nick (See Photos). From the Excellent Manchester University Press who have printed so many excellent works on Masonry. Need more info/photos please contact anytime.

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Bookseller’s Inventory #
133
Title
The Genesis of Freemasonry. An account of the rise and development of Freemasonry in its operative, Accepted, and early speculative phases.
Author
Douglas Knoop and G. P. Jones
Format/binding
Hardcover
Book condition
Used - Very Good
Jacket condition
Good
Quantity available
1
Edition
1st Edition
Binding
Hardcover
Publisher
Manchester University Press
Date Published
1947
Keywords
FREEMASONRY, BLUE LODGE, THREE DEGREES, MASTER MASON, FELLOWCRAFT, ENTERED APPRENTICE
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Freemasonry;

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About The Mason's Corner

I am a private collector of interesting, hard to find rare books mainly of a Masonic nature and related subjects but due too personal reasons I have decided to let my collection go. All my listings will be accurately described and contain photos of the actual book for sale. If you are in the States or elsewhere other than Australia please contact me before purchase of the larger and heavier books so I can check shipping costs. In most case I've tried to add the shipping cost straight onto the price of the book. Therefore the prices are not set in stone, IE: prices can be adjusted if purchaser is in Australia.Feel free to ask any questions concerning my listings as well as extra photo's if required.Glenn BrittenThe Mason's corner

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