Circular bronze Seal-matrix for delivery of wool and hides for Lincoln. This is the reverse of a two sided seal, with four loops with four pegs. A shield with the arms of England, suspended from a hook by a strap; on each side, a hawk. Star engraved on edge. Legend within pearled borders. Plaster impression.

An00011835 001 l

Thing

Made Of
bronze
Type of Thing
seal
Exhibition History
Exhibited: 1998/2010 01 Oct-17 Aug, Tower of London, 'Medieval Palaces', LT Loan
Subject
heraldry
Techniques
engraved

People

Acquired From
Pigott to The British Museum
Previous Owner
Edward I

Place

About
Lincoln
Made In
England

Time

Acquired In
1856
Made
1272-1307
Period/Culture
Late Medieval

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