To mark the bicentennial celebrations in the autumn of 2013, the temporary display area was decorated with a number of interesting artefacts from the Royal Arch.
Included in the display is a panel that briefly explains what led to the establishment of the Royal Arch, with images of the Articles of Union and the principal signatories of that document; the Duke of Kent and the Duke of Sussex.
In 1814 the Duke of Sussex, Grand Master of the United Grand Lodge of England, commissioned the production of some tracing boards for use in the Craft and Royal Arch. They were created by John Harris, and images of the pair he produced for the Royal Arch are included in the display and shown below.
The display includes many more fascinating items, some dating back to the early days of the Royal Arch, and will be of interest whether or not you are a member of the Royal Arch.

To mark the bicentennial celebrations in the autumn of 2013, the temporary display area was decorated with a number of interesting artefacts from the Royal Arch.
Included in the display is a panel that briefly explains what led to the establishment of the Royal Arch, with images of the Articles of Union and the principal signatories of that document; the Duke of Kent and the Duke of Sussex.
In 1814 the Duke of Sussex, Grand Master of the United Grand Lodge of England, commissioned the production of some tracing boards for use in the Craft and Royal Arch. They were created by John Harris, and images of the pair he produced for the Royal Arch are included in the display and shown below.
The display includes many more fascinating items, some dating back to the early days of the Royal Arch, and will be of interest whether or not you are a member of the Royal Arch.

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