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Wednesday, December 02, 2020

Lechworth's Masonic Shop Remodeled in London's Freemasons' Hall


by Christopher Hodapp


The United Grand Lodge of England's Facebook page announced this week the remodeling of their Masonic shop inside of Freemasons' Hall on London's Great Queen Street.


For those of us whose only interaction with a Masonic merchant is over a folding table in a darkened convention lobby, these photos may engender a case of acute retailer envy. I think most of us can agree that this is exactly the way a shop dedicated to the world's oldest and most storied gentlemen's organization SHOULD look. 

Of course, the architectural surroundings do help.


The shop will officially reopen Thursday, December 3rd.


For those unable to hop a plane or train for London anytime soon, you can shop Letchworth's wide range of books, clothing, regalia, jewelry and other wares online at www.letchworthshop.co.uk

5 comments:

  1. Hi. Long time reader. Just a quick note, the link has an extra forward slash which breaks the link.

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  2. $200 plus shipping for a three-piece suit is quite impressive. Highball, whiskey, and brandy glasses too? Perhaps you should have a link to their online shop stickied to the top of the blog every Christmas season, it sounds like the perfect shop for gifts. Especially if they ship to the United States.

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  3. No "/" in the shop's address: http://www.letchworthshop.co.uk

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