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  1. FREEMASON PRESIDENT GEORGE WASHINGTON 1793 - 1959 LAYING OF THE CORNERSTONE OF THE CAPITAL MASONIC ENVELOPE WITH POSTAL CANCELLED US STAMP - from Hibiscus Express
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  2. FREEMASON PRESIDENT GEORGE WASHINGTON 1793 - 1959 LAYING OF THE CORNERSTONE OF THE CAPITAL MASONIC ENVELOPE WITH POSTAL CANCELLED US STAMP - from Hibiscus Express

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  • FREEMASON PRESIDENT GEORGE WASHINGTON 1793 - 1959 LAYING OF THE CORNERSTONE OF THE CAPITAL MASONIC ENVELOPE WITH POSTAL CANCELLED US STAMP
  • from: Hibiscus Express - http://www.amazon.com/shops/AXD9LOVGJXES3
  • THIS [ 6 1/2" X 3 1/2 "] COLLECTIBLE ENVELOPE IS IN NEAR PRISTINE CONDITION * THE CARD INFORMATION BELOW CMAE INSIDE THIS CARD AND IS BELIEVED TO HAVE BEEN ITS ONLY CONTENT SINCE THE ENVELOPE WAS MAILED IN WASHINGTON D.C. ON JULY 4 1959. / The Lodge at the Laying of the Cornerstone of the National Capitol 1793 and at Washington's Funeral in 1799. GW7 The Washington Trowel: This trowel has bee used on many important occasions, the most notable being the laying of the Cornerstone of the National Capitol (by General Washington) in 1793, Washington Monument in 1848, and the Masonic Temple in Washington, D.C., by President Roosevelt, in 1907. GW8 The Williams Picture of Washington : This rare picture of General Washington in Masonic regalia, was painted from life by Williams of Philadelphia, in 1794 for Alexandria Washington Lodge, No. 22, A.F. & A.M., of Alexandria, Va.
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FREEMASON PRESIDENT GEORGE WASHINGTON 1793 - 1959 LAYING OF THE CORNERSTONE OF THE CAPITAL MASONIC ENVELOPE WITH POSTAL CANCELLED US STAMP / THIS [ 6 1/2" X 3 1/2 "] COLLECTIBLE ENVELOPE IS IN NEAR PRISTINE CONDITION * THE CARD INFORMATION BELOW CMAE INSIDE THIS CARD AND IS BELIEVED TO HAVE BEEN ITS ONLY CONTENT SINCE THE ENVELOPE WAS MAILED IN WASHINGTON D.C. ON JULY 4 1959. / The Lodge at the Laying of the Cornerstone of the National Capitol 1793 and at Washington's Funeral in 1799. GW7 The Washington Trowel: This trowel has bee used on many important occasions, the most notable being the laying of the Cornerstone of the National Capitol (by General Washington) in 1793, Washington Monument in 1848, and the Masonic Temple in Washington, D.C., by President Roosevelt, in 1907. GW8 The Williams Picture of Washington : This rare picture of General Washington in Masonic regalia, was painted from life by Williams of Philadelphia, in 1794 for Alexandria Washington Lodge, No. 22, A.F. & A.M., of Alexandria, Va.

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FREEMASON PRESIDENT GEORGE WASHINGTON 1793 - 1959 LAYING OF THE CORNERSTONE OF THE CAPITAL MASONIC ENVELOPE WITH POSTAL CANCELLED US STAMP / THIS [ 6 1/2" X 3 1/2 "] COLLECTIBLE ENVELOPE IS IN NEAR PRISTINE CONDITION * THE CARD INFORMATION BELOW CMAE INSIDE THIS CARD AND IS BELIEVED TO HAVE BEEN ITS ONLY CONTENT SINCE THE ENVELOPE WAS MAILED IN WASHINGTON D.C. ON JULY 4 1959. / The Lodge at the Laying of the Cornerstone of the National Capitol 1793 and at Washington's Funeral in 1799. GW7 The Washington Trowel: This trowel has bee used on many important occasions, the most notable being the laying of the Cornerstone of the National Capitol (by General Washington) in 1793, Washington Monument in 1848, and the Masonic Temple in Washington, D.C., by President Roosevelt, in 1907. GW8 The Williams Picture of Washington : This rare picture of General Washington in Masonic regalia, was painted from life by Williams of Philadelphia, in 1794 for Alexandria Washington Lodge, No. 22, A.F. & A.M., of Alexandria, Va.
Manufacturer
FREEMASON PRESIDENT GEORGE WASHINGTON 1793 - 1959 LAYING OF THE CORNERSTONE OF THE CAPITAL MASONIC ENVELOPE WITH POSTAL CANCELLED US STAMP / THIS [ 6 1/2" X 3 1/2 "] COLLECTIBLE ENVELOPE IS IN NEAR PRISTINE CONDITION * THE CARD INFORMATION BELOW CMAE INSIDE THIS CARD AND IS BELIEVED TO HAVE BEEN ITS ONLY CONTENT SINCE THE ENVELOPE WAS MAILED IN WASHINGTON D.C. ON JULY 4 1959. / The Lodge at the Laying of the Cornerstone of the National Capitol 1793 and at Washington's Funeral in 1799. GW7 The Washington Trowel: This trowel has bee used on many important occasions, the most notable being the laying of the Cornerstone of the National Capitol (by General Washington) in 1793, Washington Monument in 1848, and the Masonic Temple in Washington, D.C., by President Roosevelt, in 1907. GW8 The Williams Picture of Washington : This rare picture of General Washington in Masonic regalia, was painted from life by Williams of Philadelphia, in 1794 for Alexandria Washington Lodge, No. 22, A.F. & A.M., of Alexandria, Va.
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MASON GEORGE WASHINGTON 1959 ENVELOPE
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MASON GEORGE WASHINGTON 1959 ENVELOPE
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MASON GEORGE WASHINGTON 1959 ENVELOPE
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FREEMASON PRESIDENT GEORGE WASHINGTON 1793 - 1959 LAYING OF THE CORNERSTONE OF THE CAPITAL MASONIC ENVELOPE WITH POSTAL CANCELLED US STAMP / THIS [ 6 1/2" X 3 1/2 "] COLLECTIBLE ENVELOPE IS IN NEAR PRISTINE CONDITION * THE CARD INFORMATION BELOW CMAE INSIDE THIS CARD AND IS BELIEVED TO HAVE BEEN ITS ONLY CONTENT SINCE THE ENVELOPE WAS MAILED IN WASHINGTON D.C. ON JULY 4 1959. / The Lodge at the Laying of the Cornerstone of the National Capitol 1793 and at Washington's Funeral in 1799. GW7 The Washington Trowel: This trowel has bee used on many important occasions, the most notable being the laying of the Cornerstone of the National Capitol (by General Washington) in 1793, Washington Monument in 1848, and the Masonic Temple in Washington, D.C., by President Roosevelt, in 1907. GW8 The Williams Picture of Washington : This rare picture of General Washington in Masonic regalia, was painted from life by Williams of Philadelphia, in 1794 for Alexandria Washington Lodge, No. 22, A.F. & A.M., of Alexandria, Va.
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FREEMASON PRESIDENT GEORGE WASHINGTON 1793 - 1959 LAYING OF THE CORNERSTONE OF THE CAPITAL MASONIC ENVELOPE WITH POSTAL CANCELLED US STAMP / THIS [ 6 1/2" X 3 1/2 "] COLLECTIBLE ENVELOPE IS IN NEAR PRISTINE CONDITION * THE CARD INFORMATION BELOW CMAE INSIDE THIS CARD AND IS BELIEVED TO HAVE BEEN ITS ONLY CONTENT SINCE THE ENVELOPE WAS MAILED IN WASHINGTON D.C. ON JULY 4 1959. / The Lodge at the Laying of the Cornerstone of the National Capitol 1793 and at Washington's Funeral in 1799. GW7 The Washington Trowel: This trowel has bee used on many important occasions, the most notable being the laying of the Cornerstone of the National Capitol (by General Washington) in 1793, Washington Monument in 1848, and the Masonic Temple in Washington, D.C., by President Roosevelt, in 1907. GW8 The Williams Picture of Washington : This rare picture of General Washington in Masonic regalia, was painted from life by Williams of Philadelphia, in 1794 for Alexandria Washington Lodge, No. 22, A.F. & A.M., of Alexandria, Va.
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