You Wrote: By the way, if a Mason encounters a nonmason in posession of
Masonic jewelry, he is authorized to take whatever means necessary to
relieve that person of the items.
I have in my possesion a Dudley Masonic watch. It is in the origional
keystone presentation box and is in excellent condition. The watch was
manufactured in 1928 with a flip open back. All of the symbols of the
Masonic Lodge are created in 14kt yellow gold. The case is 14kt yellow
gold and the dial is in a star burst effect. This watch is one of very few
left after the melt down of watch cases in the early 80’s. If a Mason
wants to take my watch, he must first make a generous offer! I would be
happy to post a picture of the watch if anyone is interested.
Roger W. Kitchens
I have 30+ years at the bench and still learning.