Lodge IV History
QCCC is delighted to be able to offer its members an opportunity to purchase 'No. 4. An Introduction to the History of The Royal Somerset House and Inverness Lodge'.
Lodge IV is held to be the driving force behind the creation of the Grand Lodge of England in 1717 and in that sense was the most important of the time immemorial lodges.
The history of the lodge was written by A.W. Oxford and published in London in 1928. The book runs to 316 pages and contains 22 plates or illustrations. Printing was limited to 320 copies, of which 300 were made available to lodge members and for sale.
Only 80 remain, and these extremely rare books are available at a members' discounted price of £20 per book, plus P&P, while stocks last.