Satirical Masonic Penny Xangti Chapter
Imitation of a Masonic Penny
This coin is a satirical imitation of the Masonic "Penny".
They were privately made by an unknown manufacturer and have been seen in aluminum and brass.
They were manufactured before 1904 as one is mentioned in a 1904 Scottish Rite Masonic book.
1. Xangti Chapter Satirical Masonic Penny - Aluminum
Aluminum, 34mm, 4.09gm
Cartoon demon with big ears and fangs
PROCUL O PROCUL ESTE PROFANI
INSTITUTED APR 27TH 1741
Coffin with legend TUAPHOLL
This item was mentioned in the:
Proceedings of the Supreme Council of Deliberation of the State of New York, 1904, Volume 35,
published by the Scottish Rite Council of Deliberation, New York, 1904.
It is used in the ancient Roman poet Virgil's Aenead.
In Freemasonry, the word "profane" means "uninitiated" or not a Freemason.
"Xangti" is a Chinese god with extraordinary powers of hearing.
The number "666" is the Biblical "Number of the Beast" of Revelations.
From The Mark Penny by Benjamin Wright, published in 1901:
The coffin symbolically denotes death and when the word Tuapholl is used with it, it signifies
an infamous or unhonored demise.
or bier that contained the corpse of a malefactor or criminal.
ridiculous pageants carried before them, went in procession to Temple Bar by way of jest
on the Freemasons