Wooden carvings of a falconer at the Lincoln cathedral in the UK

Date Created: 31 October 2018

Author: Unknown

Source: Ellen Hagen

Owner: Ellen Hagen

Location: Lincoln cathedral, England, UK

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Comments from Ellen Hagen with many thanks to her:

I found these, from a church chair at the Lincoln cathedral in UK. Wooden carvings of a falconer, these flap chairs have a special name....and, peregrines nest in the church tower :-)

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