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Pre-1813 masonic aprons
1772 embroidered in triangle. Use of letter "G" inside pentagram on flap, and emblems of mortality suggest European origin. [DETAIL] 1800 embroidered in keystone. Thistle and rose embroidered at bottom. Design by Bro. Hixon of Covent Garden, London. Note absence of coffin and addition of hexagram.
Click on images for larger views. The museum of the Grand Lodge of British Columbia and Yukon has a number of items predating this jurisdiction. Unfortunately these items often come with no provenance.

Items currently on display in the Masonic Museum of the Grand Lodge of British Columbia and Yukon.
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