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Pilgrim badge from St Antony’s Hospital in Threadneedle Street, London. The badge is in the shape of a Tau cross (a T-shaped cross that resembles the Greek letter Tau). It is beaded around the edge and has a pearl at each outward corner. The cross is decorated with the figure of crucified Christ. Production Date: Late Medieval; 15th century

Pilgrim badge from St Antony’s Hospital in Threadneedle Street, London. The badge is in the shape of a Tau cross (a T-shaped cross that resembles the Greek letter Tau). It is beaded around the edge and has a pearl at each outward corner. The cross is decorated with the figure of crucified Christ. Production Date: Late Medieval; 15th century

Pilgrim badge Part of a badge consisting of a woman’s hand holding a rose. The buttoned cuff of her sleeve also remains. This badge may be a pilgrim badge but if so, the shrine it came from is currently unknown. Pilgrims who travelled to religious shrines frequently bought souvenirs of their pious journey such as ampullae (small bottles for holy water), badges and figurines.  Production Date: Late Medieval; 14th century

Pilgrim badge Part of a badge consisting of a woman’s hand holding a rose. The buttoned cuff of her sleeve also remains. This badge may be a pilgrim badge but if so, the shrine it came from is currently unknown. Pilgrims who travelled to religious shrines frequently bought souvenirs of their pious journey such as ampullae (small bottles for holy water), badges and figurines. Production Date: Late Medieval; 14th century

Pilgrim badge, probably from the shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham at Walsingham Priory in Norfolk. This badge is in the form of a rose with a lily sprouting from its centre. Both the rose and the lily were symbols of the Virgin Mary (the rose was a sign of her love and the lily was a sign of her purity). Production Date: Late Medieval; 15th century

Pilgrim badge, probably from the shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham at Walsingham Priory in Norfolk. This badge is in the form of a rose with a lily sprouting from its centre. Both the rose and the lily were symbols of the Virgin Mary (the rose was a sign of her love and the lily was a sign of her purity). Production Date: Late Medieval; 15th century

c.1200 A.D England Medieval Period Pewter - Shrine of Our Lady - Pilgrim Badge     British found - Classic Medieval form & design - Mary & Jesus figures within central architectural frame - Windsor shrine

Rare 1200 A.D England Medieval Period Pewter Shrine of Our Lady Pilgrim Badge

c.1200 A.D England Medieval Period Pewter - Shrine of Our Lady - Pilgrim Badge British found - Classic Medieval form & design - Mary & Jesus figures within central architectural frame - Windsor shrine

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