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Lectures of the Craft of Freemasonry

The First Degree

The Second Degree

The Third Degree

The Various Rituals of Freemasonry from the Tenth Century

The Masonic Calender

The Apron

The Apron

The lambskin or white leather apron is the distinguishing badge of a Mason, and is the first favour conferred upon the newly-initiated apprentice. It is from fourteen to sixteen inches wide, and from twelve to fourteen deep, with a fall about three to four inches deep, square at the bottom.

In the E. A. Degree it is plain, without ornament

In the F. C Degree it has the addition of two sky-blue rosettes at the bottom.

In the M. M. Degree it has an additional rosette on the fall, and has sky-blue lining and edging, and silver tassels.

W. M. and P. M., instead of rosettes, wear perpendicular lines on horizontal ones, forming three sets of two right angles.



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