Masonic Sheaf of Corn

In King Solomon’s day, the Masonic Sheaf of Corn signified a portion of the money produced and reaped from the Master Masons’ labors.

The Masonic sheaf of corn is still utilized today as a symbol of a bygone era, especially during the dedication, constitution, and consecration of new lodges, as well as the laying of cornerstones. The Masonic Sheaf of Corn is a symbol of generosity for those who are less fortunate.

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