#english #object 14c Pilgrim badge; lead alloy; circular; pin at back; sacred monogram.

#english #object 14c Pilgrim badge; lead alloy; circular; pin at back; sacred monogram.

#english #object dating unnknown Pilgrim-badge; lead alloy; rectangular plate stamped with sacred monogram cross and three nails within an oval panel with rayed border; anchor; inscribed.

#english #object dating unnknown Pilgrim-badge; lead alloy; rectangular plate stamped with sacred monogram cross and three nails within an oval panel with rayed border; anchor; inscribed.

#english #object 15c Honestone mould for casting lead badges; quadrangular; circle of dots, radiae proceeding from it; sacred monogram.

#english #object 15c Honestone mould for casting lead badges; quadrangular; circle of dots, radiae proceeding from it; sacred monogram.

#english #jewelry 17c Finger-ring; gold; engraved; decorated shoulders; flat heart-shaped bezel with sacred monogram within radiate border.

#english #jewelry 17c Finger-ring; gold; engraved; decorated shoulders; flat heart-shaped bezel with sacred monogram within radiate border.

#english #jewelry jesus is completely missing from cross Finger-ring; silver gilt; engraved; hoop ornamented with diagonal lines of dots and two oval panels depicting Virgin and Child and cross upon mount.

#english #jewelry jesus is completely missing from cross Finger-ring; silver gilt; engraved; hoop ornamented with diagonal lines of dots and two oval panels depicting Virgin and Child and cross upon mount.

#jewelry #problem geography Superb Medieval Silver-gilt Pectoral cross pendant. Ihs monogram, c. 15th - 16th century AD. FOR SALE: www.ancient-jewellery.com

#jewelry #problem geography Superb Medieval Silver-gilt Pectoral cross pendant. Ihs monogram, c. 15th - 16th century AD. FOR SALE: www.ancient-jewellery.com

#english #jewelry 1450-1550 A fragment of a late medieval or 16th century silver-gilt finger ring with, originally, a flat band. What survives is an oval element in which is depicted (somewhat crudely) the crossed and nailed feet of Christ, within a single line frame. This may be one of a series of four ovals depicting the wounds of Christ.

#english #jewelry 1450-1550 A fragment of a late medieval or 16th century silver-gilt finger ring with, originally, a flat band. What survives is an oval element in which is depicted (somewhat crudely) the crossed and nailed feet of Christ, within a single line frame. This may be one of a series of four ovals depicting the wounds of Christ.

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