cloth seal (cloth seal)


Lead cloth seals were attached to bales of cloth as part of the regulation and taxation of the cloth industry. This example is unusual as it was originally gilded (gold-plated). The Royal arms and gilding suggests that this seal was used to mark a particularly important type of cloth.

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