Antique gilt metal medal Masonic Royal Arch companions breast jewel Freemasonry

Antique gilt metal medal – Masonic Royal Arch Companion’s Breast Jewel.

On one side, the motto: “Deo Regi Fratribus Honor Fidelitas Benevolentia” and the words “Wisdom”, “Peace”, “Truth”, “Strength”, “Concord”, “Beauty” and “Exalted” at the bottom.

On the other side, the motto: “SI TALIA JUNGERE POSSIS SIT TIBI SIRE SATIS”.


See full description of medal (courtesy of medal-medaille website):

Gilt metal medal in the form of the Seal of Solomon, being a six-pointed double triangle star, within a ring with circular pendant below, with loop and ornate bar for ribbon suspension; the face with the Seal bearing a triangle, with the radiant Sun centrally from which issue a pair of compasses supporting the Earth, the arms of the Seal inscribed ‘EYPHKAMEN (Eurekamen) INVENIMUS CULTOR DEI CIVIS MUNDI’ (We have found the worship of God, o citizen of the world), the ring inscribed ‘SI TALIA JUNGERE POSSIS SIT TIBI SIRE SATIS’ (If you can comprehend these things, you know enough) and ‘A٠L A٠D’ (for Anno Lucis = Year of Light, start of the Masonic calendar in 4000 B.C. and Anno Domini = Year of Our Lord, start of the Christian calendar), a circular pendant below representing the Earth and bearing a triple tau, an encircling ribbon inscribed ‘NIL NISI CLAVIS DEEST’ (nothing is wanting but the key); the reverse with the Seal bearing a triangle, with the radiant Sun centrally from which issue a pair of compasses supporting the Earth, the arms of the Seal inscribed ‘WISDOM STRENGTH BEAUTY PEACE CONCORD TRUTH’, the ring inscribed ‘ DEO REGI ET FRATRIBUS HONOR FIDELITAS BENEVOLENTIA’ (For God king and the brethren honour fidelity and benevolence), a circular pendant below representing the Earth and bearing a triple tau, an encircling ribbon inscribed ‘EXALTEO’ (I exalt); on original ribbon with ornate buckle and top bar with stick pin for wear. The jewel is worn by Companions of the Royal Arch, a degree of Freemasonry.

Size: diameter of medal: 2.5 cm; width of ribbon: 3 cm.

Weight: 25g (allow 250g once packed).

Condition commensurate with age – superficial marks & scratches and some discolouration to ribbon but all part of its charm and character.

Priced accordingly.

£50.00

1 in stock

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