The Meaning of Masonry.

London: Rider, 1927. Fifth Edition. Hardcover. Octavo. 216pp. Blue boards lettered in gilt on spine and upper board. "A philosophic exposition of the intrinsic character of Freemasonry, the meaning of Initiation and the religious aspect of the Order" in a series of essays by Walter Leslie Wilmshurst (1867 – 1939), an English Freemason who wrote a number of books on the subject, and submitted articles to "The Occult Review" magazine. Light chafing to spine ends and points, page edges a bit darkened and lightly foxed, endpapers unevenly browned, else a tight bright near Fine copy in VG dust jacket (some chafing and light chipping to all edges and extremities, not clipped). Item #61709

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