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The die has a circular shape and the engraving shows a ship with central mast, sails and seven projecting oars at the base.
The cross at the top of the mast forms the start of the legend which reads h EV OV RVMILOV.
Preserved in very good condition with an even greyish patina, it measures 32.49mm in length down the axis of the suspension lug, 31.99mm in diameter, and 7.03mm thick at the suspension lug. This presumably refers to the owner of the matrix, but is impossible to further decipher.
The simple motif and personalised legend suggests a 13th century date (Harvey & Mc Guiness 1996, 87-8) Length:… It is a flattened disc-shape with a transverse groove across the centre of the reverse face, from one end of which a suspension loop might have projected originally, although no trace of this now survives.
The seal die is ornately engraved with the central design of what appears to be a bird, behind which is a fleur de lys motif. Two narrow grooves highlight a hexagonal collar right at the the base of the loop.The outer face has an engraved five-pointed star in the centre formed from long, narrow… The object has a circular base with a haxagonally faceted handle terminating in a flattened lozenge-shaped suspension loop with a collar at its lower end.The outer face of the circular base is inscribed with the legend '*IE SV DERESE:' around the outer edge and in the centre the device of a bird or beast with long tail and human head wearing a hood or hat.A beaded cirlce separates the central motif from the inner edge of the legend and an othe… It has a flat, circular die with hexagonally faceted conical terminal.At its top the terminal flares slightly beneath an integral suspension loop that is flat, oval in form and with a central circular perforation. The outer face bears the inscription *S' ANE DE SPROWESTON (presumbly 'the seal of Anne of Sprowston) surrounding a bird, probably a crow, with two stars above it.