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Canne pour le Compagnon Boulanger du Devoir
Date Created and/or Issued
late 19th/early 20th century
Contributing Institution
Henry W. Coil Library and Museum of Freemasonry
Henry W. Coil Library and Museum of Freemasonry Research Collections
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Wooden cane with ivory pommel inscribed with" Guillaumo Dit Montauban L'Ami Du Tour De France" surrounding several Masonic symbols: All seeing eye, hands of fellowship, and crossed baking paddle and rake with the initials C.B.D.D. The intials refer to "Compagnons Boulanger du Devoirs" (C.B.D.D.), a French trade/fraternal association of bakers, "Compagnons Boulanger du Devoirs" or roughly, "Companion Bakers of the Duty" (Duty being the subdivision of the Compagnonnage) .

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