You wait almost a decade for a Papal Bulla then...

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P.S. the ampulla is likely to be attributed to Walsingham. Most Crown ones are. According to the Michael Mitchiner book (Medieval Pilgrim and Secular badges) the style of yours is 15th century. Just in case you didn’t know that :thumbsup:
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Thanks Cath, I didnt know that; I hadn’t even researched into it yet ( I’ve been too busy looking at my bulla! 😂)
Much appreciated I shall look it up now!
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Sir HolzHammer as thee are now to be known
Well found fella, excellent condition too, what a cracker

Chuffed for you and keep going, no lean times in that field me thinks :thumbsup:
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:shock: :shock: :shock: :o Blimey, they do not come much mintier than that one, super find Alex :thumbsup: :thumbsup: :thumbsup:
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HolzHammer wrote: Fri Oct 08, 2021 10:09 am sounds really cool can we see a picture?
I'm sure I have one.. if not I can post up the PAS page.
I'll take a look this weekend. :thumbsup:
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