Tudor Leather Falcon Hood Antiquities - Post Medieval

Date Created: 16 March 2018

Source: The Internet

Owner: Timeline Auctions

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  • United Kingdom
  • Falcon
  • Photo
  • 16th Century
  • Hunting
  • Hoods
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Circa 16th century AD. A leather falconry hood for a hawk or falcon, with leather thongs in place; found with a coil of leather inside to preserve its shape. Leather, 20 grams, 38 mm. [No Reserve]

Very fine condition, complete.

Found Bedfordshire, hidden in rafters of a Tudor barn.

Friday 2nd December 2011 Medieval and Later Antiquities

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