This shirt pays homage to the historical Green Dragon Tavern in Boston. Some describe this meeting place as the headquarters of The American Revolution, for it is believed that it is where the Boston Tea Party was organized. The upper floor of the original tavern held the Lodge of Saint Andrews which eventually because the Grand Lodge of Massachusetts. Of many Masons that frequented the tavern, was Paul Revere. Paul Revere, in addition to being a crucial character in the American Revolution, went on to become the Grand Master of Massachusetts in 1794.
This design was inspired by both the original tavern sign which featured a dragon and the signage that adorns the modern reincarnation of The Green Dragon Tavern in Boston, Massachusetts.
This is a discrete Masonic design that conceals your membership in the fraternity while revealing your pride in this great country of ours. (Did you find the hidden Masonic symbols in it?) A great conversation-starter, get yours today!
• 100% combed and ring-spun cotton (Heather colors contain polyester)
• Fabric weight: 4.2 oz/yd² (142 g/m²)
• Pre-shrunk fabric
• Side-seamed construction
• Shoulder-to-shoulder taping
• Blank product sourced from Guatemala, Nicaragua, Mexico, Honduras, or the US
The cloth is so soft and comfy my husband loved it and the history behind the logo
Great shirt! Great design! Worth every penny!
Beautiful design and the feel and texture on this shirt is top notch!
Tshirt was of excellent quality and the art work was excellent! I love it and will wear it often!
The shirt fits great, quite comfortable and I love showing off the design to the Brothers. I am sure that I will see more ordered by other Brothers after seeing this one.
I’ve got one of Juan’s paintings, and I support his artistic endeavors in our Craft. I’ve been to Boston & many of the places where Freemasonry first appeared in the US. Great Shirt, I’m wearing it now.
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