Medieval Silver Seal for sale

Silver seals are the rarest of all seals and would have been owned by the elite of society. They were very expensive to produce and would have had to be commissioned by gold smiths. These high status seals sometimes have early intaglios set in to them, most of which are Roman in date and made from semi-precious stones. The stones or intaglios were thought to have magical properties. The engraving on the silver seals is superior because the metal is softer and easier to cut than the bronze. Please find our selection of medieval seals for sale on the links below.

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Post-Medieval 'Armorial' Seal Matrix 021465

Post-Medieval 'Armorial' Seal Matrix
Silver, 7.75 grams, 27.05 mm. Circa 19th century AD. A Georgian stamp seal in the form of an elliptical plate, slightly domed and ribbed, with an elaborate openwork scrolled handle above. The design features a ducal coronet above an elliptical shield bearing three wings in profile, supported by addorsed griffins, with elaborate scrollwork beneath. Reference: cf. Pateman, B. Collecting Seals, London, 2008 items 106, 129. Good very fine condition, complete. Provenance: from an old English collection.

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Post-Medieval 'Armorial' Seal Matrix 021465

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