15th century - The Netherlands
|Century/ Timeframe:||15de eeuw|
|Dimensions (in cm):||4x3cm|
|Condition:||Good Condition, See Photo|
|Number of objects:||1|
Medieval tin pilgrims insignia which portrays the wafer miracle of Amsterdam. In the wafer remains of red polychrome are visible. The insignia is in excellent condition and 100% complete. Also, the suspension eyelets and clips on the back side are present. It is an acquired detector find from the 80s and presumably comes from a canal or ditch. During the stay in the soil the insignia developed a nice (partly gold) patina. The color of the patina is the same as that in the picture with the brownish background. This lot is carefully packed and sent by registered mail.
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Originating from a private collection.
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|Member since:||October 17, 2015|
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|Rest of Europe||$29.15|
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