Nickel City Dude
No if I could read Latin I would be really impressed! LOL
Just mumble while looking over your reading glasses. That’s worked for me for decades.No if I could read Latin I would be really impressed! LOL
Those are fancy. I have a patent from France in green font that’s quite fun.My 32° is probably still my fanciest. Bu not a patch on that 33rd patent, Glen.
They are nice.Those are fancy. I have a green font that’s quite fun.
4 seals ! Nice !!!We should probably have a separate thread, but this is one of my fanciest patents:
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and the words are spelled out. Just like they do for people who can read4 seals ! Nice !!!
Yeah, I have seen some beautiful MM certificates but my Lodfe didn't do them either. I got a PM certificate but that one looks like it was done in the 70s. LoL. No elegance to it.Winter, that looks the same as mine. I have mine framed and on the wall in my home office along with the Certificate I received when I got my RA Degree and my Master Craftsman and Master Builder awards from the GLofPA. Sadly we do not issue certificates in Blue Lodge, just a yearly dues card.
One up on me. No PM certificate but a VERY nice apron and jewel.I got a PM certificate but that one looks like it was done in the 70s. LoL. No elegance to it.
Same. My PM apron and jewel are very nice.One up on me. No PM certificate but a VERY nice apron and jewel.
Is it really "cool"?The "coolness" factor of the pocket certificates far outweighs the bland proof of membership you get from a Secretary.
The answer to that question should be self evident just by looking at it.Is it really "cool"?
One up on me. No PM certificate but a VERY nice apron and jewel.
Same. My PM apron and jewel are very nice.
Yes, more so in my Emulation Lodge than my American working. Though I do have a PM collar for that as well that I wear for fancy occasions.PM wear a jewel?
I inherited his PGM apron this year. It had been given away by his widow, and 32 years after his death, made its way to me.Same. My PM apron and jewel are very nice.
Impressive resume. He wasted no time, did he? Worshipful Master just six years after being raised, Grand Master six years after that. KCCH seven years after receiving the 32nd degree and he received the 33rd degree six years later. Plus all of the other Masonic activities listed. Talk about an industrious Brother. He must have eaten at home maybe twice a week! Glad that apron isn't just sitting in a drawer, Brother Glen.I inherited his PGM apron this year. It had been given away by his widow, and 32 years after his death, made its way to me.
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