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Pilgrim Badges

Pilgrim badges were sold in the medieval period as souvenirs of pilgrimage. All of the badges below are accurate copies of surviving pewter artefacts. For information on the history of pilgrim badges please refer to the ‘History’ section of the website. Devotional badges are also included in this section.

P2-Our Lady of Walsingham
P2-Our Lady of Walsingham

P2-Our Lady of Walsingham

Walsingham in Norfolk, with its miracle working image of the Virgin Mary, was one of the principal European pilgrim resorts, even eclipsing Canterbury in importance by the later 15th century. Mary's purity was symbolised by a lily and in many pilgrim badges this was represented in stylised form by the fleur-de-lys.

Original found in Salisbury.

15th century.

26x42mm Depicting a fleur-de-lys within a beaded border.
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