Mahaska Lodge 664 Coin
The word lodge really has two meanings for a Freemason. It is both a place where Masonic meetings are held and a collective term for the members who meet there. So, as weird as it sounds, you could say that a lodge meets in a lodge. A Masonic lodge often termed a private lodge or constituent lodge is the basic organizational unit of Freemasonry. It is also commonly used as a term for a building in which such a unit meets.
Technically, Freemasons meet as a lodge, not in a lodge. In this context, the word “lodge” refers to a local chapter of Freemasons, meeting as a body. However, the term is often misused to refer to the buildings or rooms that Masons meet in. Masonic premises are also sometimes referred to as temples.
Masonic lodges are named by their original founding members. They can be named after the town they’re in a historical figure, a famous Mason, or even a symbolic word or phrase. The name of the lodge is always followed by a number, such as Washington Lodge #13 or Ancient Landmarks Lodge #319.
This bright golden coin on the photos was the one we made for the Mahaska Lodge #664. With a shiny gold finish and the engraved heavy details on the emblems and the inscriptions, this coin looks magnificent and luxurious.
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Finished Coin (Front)
Finished Coin (Back)
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