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Record ID: DEV-9B9C40
Object type: MOUNT
Broad period: MEDIEVAL
County: Greater London Authority
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A Lead alloy mount of probable Late medieval date, c. 1350-1500. The mount is sub-rectangular in plan, broadly a quatrefoil, with each corner formed by a large lobe and with smaller knops at the interstice between each. The front of the mount is convex along its transverse axis, with its long edges being curved downwards. The front of the mount is cast into the form of a large, hollow lozenge, the corners of which being in line with the above mentioned knops, and with it flanked by an annulet in each lobe, one of which is openwork and with all being in high relief. The edges of the mo…
Created on: Tuesday 8th August 2017
Last updated: Saturday 26th August 2017
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Record ID: DEV-99D795
Object type: SPOON
Broad period: POST MEDIEVAL
County: Greater London Authority
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An incomplete Post-Medieval lead alloy spoon, probably dating to c. AD 1650-1720. The surviving fragment comprises of the bowl and lower handle, with c. 30% of the handle and its terminal missing. The spoon has a reltively shallow, oval shaped bowl with an applied handle, sub-rectangular and largely flat in cross section, although it is now bent out of shape. The bowl too is deformed slightly, with one edge being bent inwards. The handle terminates in a worn break at one end and in a D-shaped "heel" behind the bowl at the other. From beneth this heel expands a central ridge, which tap…
Created on: Tuesday 8th August 2017
Last updated: Friday 15th September 2017
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Record ID: DEV-98D197
Object type: DIE
Broad period: MEDIEVAL
County: Greater London Authority
Workflow stage: Awaiting validation Find awaiting validation
A Medieval to Post-Medieval bone die, probably dating to c. AD 1150-1800. The die is cuboid, with each face hand stamped with between one and six ring-and-dot punches, with opposing faces adding up to seven (arranged as in Potter's type 1). Dimensions: length 7.6mm; width 7.5mm; thickness 7.2mm; weight 0.78g. Whilst a Post-Medieval date is perhaps most likely, as is assumed for a number of dice on this database, see for example: LON-4C1E96, amongst others, an earlier date cannot be ruled out. Two similar bone dice, both with ring-and-dot markings and with the latter's opposed s…
Created on: Tuesday 8th August 2017
Last updated: Tuesday 8th August 2017
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Record ID: DEV-984B7D
Object type: SCABBARD
Broad period: MEDIEVAL
County: Greater London Authority
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A Late Medieval to Post-Medieval copper alloy dagger chape, probably dating to c. AD 1300-1550. The chape consists of a rolled sheet of copper alloy, with an overlapping join which has then been soldered together, with the latter surviving in situ. The chape has been largely flattened and is missing its tip, lost to an old break. The upper edge of the chape is elaborated with an ornamental band, this edge being crenellated, with each sub-rectangular protrusion containing a series of longitudinal, broadly parallel incised lines. This crenellated is band is deliniated by a raised collar…
Created on: Tuesday 8th August 2017
Last updated: Monday 4th September 2017
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