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Departments > Medieval Badges > Pilgrim Badges, Secular Badges
Pilgrim Badges, Secular Badges

Agnus Dei. Agnus Dei

1350-1400.Showing the Lamb of God.Diameter 4cm.
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Becket Slain. Becket Slain

This badge, dating from the mid-fourteenth century, shows the four knights, dressed in full armour, as one of them brings his sword down on the neck of Becket. Height 5.2cm.
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Becket's Exile. Becket's Exile

After six years in exile in France to avoid conflict with Henry II, Becket finally returned to England in 1170. He is shown here on board a square-rigged cog, standing in the centre, his hand raised in blessing. height 4.5cm.
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Becket's Shrine. Becket's Shrine

Dated between 1350 and 1400, showing the ornate shrine in Canterbury Cathedral. Above the figure of Thomas is a large jewelled chest, at the centre of which was a massive ruby given by the King of France.
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Bust of Becket.. Bust of Becket.

1400's. Murdered in Canterbury Cathedral, Becket was the most popular of English Saints, and Canterbury became an international destination for pilgrimage. height 7cm.
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Crucifix. Crucifix

1420's. Showing the Holy Rood at Boxley Church; an ornate screen that featured a large figure of Christ. This figure was often seen to move its eyes and even shed tears. It later proved to be a fake. Height 6.8cm.
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Fleur de Lys. Fleur de Lys

1450's. The symbol for Our Lady of Undercroft at Canterbury. The fleur de leys represents the Lily, or the Flower of Innocence. Diameter 3.5cm.
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Hawking. Hawking

Late fourteenth century. Depicting the sport of hunting with a falcon.
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John Schorn. John Schorn

1480's. He was a famous preacher and a famed exorcist from North Marston, who tricked the devil and trapped him in his boot, but the devil escaped out of a lace hole. Height 3.5cm.
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Jousting.. Jousting.

Fourteenth century.
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Lover's Token. Lover's Token

1400. A crowned heart with a diagonal band having the inscription "Herte be trewe". Surrounded by pearls to represent purity. height 5cm.
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Rose en Soleil. Rose en Soleil

The Sun and Rose. 1470's. A popular Yorkist symbol of Edward IV. height 3.5cm.
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Saint Alban (Small). Saint Alban (Small)

1450's. Englands first Christian martyr. Having just beheaded St. Alban, the eyes of the Roman executioner pop out on their stalks. Height 4cm.
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Saint Barbera. Saint Barbera

1450's. As she protects from fire, lightning and explosions, so St. Barbera is Patron Saint of miners, firemen and gunners. Diameter 3.7cm.
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Saint Christopher.. Saint Christopher.

Fourteenth century.
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Saint Dunstan. Saint Dunstan

The patron saint of metalworkers, bellfounders, engravers and jewellers. On the continent he is known as Saint Elegius. Height 4.5cm.
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Star in Crescent. Star in Crescent

1400's. A popular Plantagenet symbol. Height 3.6cm.
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The Annunciation.. The Annunciation.

The scene of the Annunciation<
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The Assumption. The Assumption

1450's. Showing the Blessed Mary of Eton College, being transported to heaven by angels. The border represents pearls for purity. Height 4cm.
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The Holy House.. The Holy House.

The Holy House at Walsingham.
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The Pelican in her Piety. The Pelican in her Piety

The pelican feeds her young by plucking flesh from her breast, and so was looked upon as a symbol of redemption.
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The Physician (Large). The Physician (Large)

1420's. A parody of the early medical profession, it shows a monkey in a monk's cowl, urinating into a pestle and morter. Height 4.5cm.
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The Virgin and Child. The Virgin and Child

Fifteenth cetury, and relating to Our Lady of Walsingham or possibly Willesden. height 4cm.
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Thomas of Lancaster.. Thomas of Lancaster.

Fifteenth century.
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Winged Heart. Winged Heart

Mid-fourteenth century and an emblem of the Virgin Mary, the heart is carried by the Angel of the Annunciation. Height 5cm.
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Yorkist Sun. Yorkist Sun

1450's. An heraldic 'estoile' type, or it may represent the Star of Bethlehem. Diameter 4.2cm.
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