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Lion of England Badge: Renaissance Costumes, Medieval Clothing, Madrigal Costume: The Tudor Shoppe

Lion of England Badge: Renaissance Costumes, Medieval Clothing, Madrigal Costume: The Tudor Shoppe

"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),

Pilgrim Shop - Walsingham - History and Heritage - Medieval Pilgrim Badges - Walsingham, Knight's Gate Pilgrim Badge

Pilgrim Shop - Walsingham - History and Heritage - Medieval Pilgrim Badges - Walsingham, Knight's Gate Pilgrim Badge

Hart and Tree Medieval Badge

Pilgrim Shop - Walsingham - History and Heritage - - Hart and Tree Medieval Badge

Pilgrim badge of St Eloi. St Eloi was a French saint, born around 588. This badge shows St Eloi on the left, hammering on an anvil. On the right are a horse and a pilgrim giving St Eloi a trindle (a coiled candle). Above is a misspelt inscription: 'ELIGIUS'. Late 13th century | Museum of London

Pilgrim badge of St Eloi. St Eloi was a French saint, born around He…

Pilgrim Shop - Walsingham - History and Heritage - Medieval Pilgrim Badges - Letter 'B' Pilgrim Badge

Pilgrim Shop - Walsingham - History and Heritage - Medieval Pilgrim Badges - Letter 'B' Pilgrim Badge

Pilgrim Shop - Walsingham - History and Heritage - - Yorkist Sun Medieval Badge

Pilgrim Shop - Walsingham - History and Heritage - - Yorkist Sun Medieval Badge

Pilgrim Shop - Walsingham - History and Heritage - Medieval Pilgrim Badges - Walsingham, Maria Monogram Pilgrim Badge

Pilgrim Shop - Walsingham - History and Heritage - Medieval Pilgrim Badges - Walsingham, Maria Monogram Pilgrim Badge

Part of a pilgrim badge, probably of the Rood of Grace, Boxley Abbey. This fragment depicts the terminal of one of the limbs of a crucifix. The terminal is decorated with a barbed quatrefoil, with a trefoil crocket at each barb. In the centre of the quatrefoil is a faint star or sunburst motif. Late Medieval; 14th-15th century ID no: 81.65/33

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Charm, Crowned heart

Pilgrim Badges - Small tokens to wear in place of more "modern" or slogan pins. Also, much more naughty.

Pilgrim badges, 14th C. Musée National du Moyen Âge

Pilgrim badges, C.

Badge; lead alloy; cat with mouse in mouth, standing upon inscribed scroll.

cat with mouse in mouth, standing upon inscribed scroll. © The Trustees of the British Museum

Medieval Badge with what appears to be pomegranates

A badge of Catherine of Aragon. Spain, late early It was worn by her courtiers, her servants and just those who adored her. This is an example of so called "secular" badge with no relation to any religious cult.

Agnus Dei Pilgrim Badge

Agnus Dei Pilgrim Badge

saint dunstan - pilgrim badge

saint dunstan - pilgrim badge

Pilgrim badge; lead alloy; brooch; frame in form of shield with beaded border, enclosing Agnus Dei and delicate openwork tracery; pin at back.

frame in form of shield with beaded border, enclosing Agnus Dei and delicate openwork tracery;

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