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POST MEDIEVAL CLOTH SEAL

A post-medieval lead cloth seal, dating from 1600-1800. It consists of two pairs of round discs, linked together by a flat, narrow strip. This strip is folded over and the end two discs are fastened together by a lead alloy rivet, which remains in place. One of the inner discs carries the arms of the Clothmaker's Company of London, which are: Sable, a chevron ermine in chief, two crabbets, argent,…