Masonic Key Chain
Washington was among several founding fathers who were Masons, including Benjamin Franklin and Alexander Hamilton. The Marquis de Lafayette was also a Mason. These men exemplified freemasonry's major values--the belief in a God or a higher being, brotherhood, loyalty, charity, education, and justice. The Masons have always been instrumental in the restoration and preservation of Mount Vernon.
One side of the key chain has a blue and gold image of George Washington dressed with his masonic medal and apron, with the words Master Mason and the date August 4, 1753 (date when Washington became Master Mason); the reverse displays the masonry insignia and the words The Brotherhood of Man, The Fatherhood of God.
The key chain measures 1 ½ x 1 ½“ plus metal "O" ring.
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