A seal without a seal.

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Yet another find from a couple of years ago. A 13th century Seal with blank face. FLO's theory is that these where purchased blank and then the buyer would take it to be engraved with their mark.
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That’s interesting, never thought about it before but never having found one it wasn’t of importance.
They did become popular as Watch Fob ‘danglers’ Mostly a fashion and served no purpose so they were blank but very often made of a better metal.

Lovely find. One of the many items on my wish list.
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I like that a lot - very nice, unusual find :Star:
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A nice find. :thumbsup:

Your FLO is right... they were sold as blanks (they still are, with blank intaglios). :thumbsup:
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That’s a nice find and a good piece of history well done :thumbsup:
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Heard of them. Never seen one. Now I have :thumbsup:

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I'm with Ladybird ,on my wishlist too.
Good find well saved. :thumbsup:
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