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hi, anyone have any info on this seal 18mm across face, 18mm tall, bronze? found in pasture 9'' down, DEUS, gold max, l have inverted the picture.
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Looks like a Lamb and Flag type which are fairly common.
Deus, 9" and 11" black coil
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Agreed, it's the "Lamb of God", and the inscription matches the central image:
ECCE AGNVS DEI
usually translated as "Behold, the Lamb of God" or "Here is the Lamb of God"
A nice complete example.
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Liking that a lot...
And in great condition
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Absolutely superb!! I collect seals, but I haven't found one yet - I love this little beauty. Well done and thanks for showing.
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Nice find. C.1300-1500 . Well rescued.
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Wow 500-700 years old in that condition
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Didn't the old Cornish miners use a similar emblem?
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A great ID result and a really nice item
Well done Stan. Hope to see more of your finds
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