Royal Arch Masonry
This vintage token features a RAM keystone with the letters KSHTWSST around an anchor. A plumb and gavel flank the keystone. The reverse side features the inscription Freemont Chapter No 64 RAM Freemont Ohio Chartered October 20th 1855 One Penny. There is wear to the metal.
This coin measures 1 3/16" (30.5mm) in diameter and weighs 11.2 grams.
This token in bronze toned. Please check out the enlarged pictures. Thank you for looking
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