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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.

P44 - Our Lady of Walsingham
P44 - Our Lady of Walsingham

P44 - Our Lady of Walsingham

Walsingham, with its venerated image of the Virgin Mary was one of England’s most popular shrines, and, until its suppression in 1538 drew pilgrims from across Europe. This badge shows the image of Our Lady, crowned and sceptred, with the infant Christ to her left.

Original found in London.

14th century.

34x 55mm
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