Golden-painted, wooden bunches of grapes that originally hung outside the Bunch of Grapes Tavern, a meeting place for early Freemasons.

Golden-painted, wooden bunches of grapes that originally hung outside the Bunch of Grapes Tavern, a meeting place for early Freemasons such as Paul Revere, George Washington and John Hancock. They're considered a living memento and symbol of colonial and revolutionary Boston by the Freemasons, who keep them wrapped in linen and locked in a metal case.
Credit: Kelley Connolly

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