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Medieval carnival trinket (likely from the Netherlands) depicting "Queen Cunt carried by Three Dicks"

Superb British Thames Found Medieval Secular Pilgrims Badge Of Bacchus.

Superb British Thames Found Medieval Secular Pilgrims Badge Of Bacchus. (A468)

Superb British Thames Found Medieval Secular Pilgrims Badge Of Bacchus.

"The medieval LOLcat is a pewter badge, picturing a cat with a mouse, standing on a scroll with the caption: VISI MUS (here is the mouse), which, true to LOLcat tradition is a misspelled version of the french ‘voici mus’. Other versions exclaim the same in medieval lolspeak as VISI MU, VISIS MIN and voisiu.ipab. I’m sure the medieval peeps were like LOL upon seeing that."

"The medieval cat is a pewter badge, picturing a cat with a mouse, standing on a scroll with the caption: VISI MUS (here is the mouse),

One chivalrous penis wearing a nice cardigan. (Pilgrim's badge found near Den Bosch; c. 1450.)

Pilgrim Badge, mid-late c. Some profane badges found in the city Den Bosch from the same time as Hieronymous Bosch lived and worked in the city.

Pilgrim-badge; lead alloy; brooch; enthroned Virgin, crowned, and Child, nimbed and holding orb with cross; two coats of arms with fleur-de-lis; pin at back. (Medieval)

enthroned Virgin, crowned, and Child, nimbed and holding orb with cross; two coats of arms with fleur-de-lis;

Pilgrim Badge with Saint Adrian -Lead badges such as this one were purchased by pilgrims as mementos of holy sites they had visited. Originally there were loops at top and bottom for the pilgrim to sew the badges onto a hat or cloak. Flemish, circa 1480-1500

Pilgrim Badge with Saint Adrian -Lead badges such as this one were purchased by pilgrims as mementos of holy sites they had visited. Originally there were loops at top and bottom for the pilgrim to sew the badges onto a hat or cloak.

Pilgrim-badge; lead alloy; brooch, pin missing; form of single glove of Becket; shield with plain cross.

brooch, pin missing; form of single glove of Becket; shield with plain cross.

Vijftiende-eeuwse insigne met een afbeelding van Servatius en twee engelen met kromstaf (Coll. Familie Van Beuningen)

Vijftiende-eeuwse insigne met een afbeelding van Servatius en twee engelen met kromstaf (Coll. Familie Van Beuningen)

Love seeing the close-up details! Tartu Estonia. #Buttonholes Photo: Mervi Pasanen #handmade #sewing #needlework #diy #dressmaking #tailoring #medieval #wool #silk #handsewn #details

Aarreaitta: Tarton keskiaikaiset tekstiilit / what a treasure: Medieval textiles from Tartu, Estonia

Devotional badge of St Christopher. The saint is shown leaning on a staff and looking round at the Christ Child, who he is carrying on his right shoulder. Christ is holding the orb of sovereignty in his left hand and holds his right hand out in blessing. St Christopher was thought to protect travellers, and also gave protection against sudden death and plague. People believed that those who looked on his image would not die that day. 15th century | Museum of London

A fifteenth-century devotional badge of St Christopher, patron saint of travellers and protector against plague and sudden death; he is shown with his symbolic attribute, the Christ Child.

Pewter milkmaid from late 14th century London, England, cast in pewter; catalogued as fig. 307a from Brian Spenser’s Pilgrim Souvenirs and Secular Badges.

(More full-length cote buttons). A milk maid from late century London, England, cast in pewter; from Brian Spenser's Pilgrim Souvenirs and Secular Badges

Lynn Museum ‏@Lynn_Museum Apr 3 Medieval pilgrim badges. Mr Pung of King's Lynn loved these. Collected from river mud and donated to museum #loveMW

Mr Pung of King's Lynn loved these. Collected from river mud and donated to museum

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