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    VULTURE

    Jun 2012
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    Exclamation NEED HELP IDENTIFYING!! TEMPLAR KNIGHT?

    Small fob or pendant, little bigger then quarter. looks to be composed of silver. no marks, looks real old due to its wearing out.

    in 3d style, with a dime sized unmarked bottom - hollow with same design on both sides.

    i believe it has knights templar symbols but really need more information on this peice. please drop any info here ive never seen anything quite like this one.

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    us
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    It resembles a medieval crusader kneeling. The shield looks like the order of St. George. Perhaps a medieval crusader kneeling before going into battle.

  3. #3
    us
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    It's for sure a fob seal matrix.Is the seal missing in the bottom?Looks 1800's to me in style.You can see many types here............UK Finds Database - - - UKDFD
    Take Care,
    Pete,
    Them Colonials​Can't Hide Nowhere Now!

  4. #4
    gb
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    It could be a piece of Knights Templar Masonic regalia.


    Unicorn

  5. #5
    Quote Originally Posted by timekiller View Post
    It's for sure a fob seal matrix.Is the seal missing in the bottom?Looks 1800's to me in style.You can see many types here............UK Finds Database - - - UKDFD
    Take Care,
    Pete,
    Thats what it is, an 19th C Seal Fob or Matrix, missing its intaglio.
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  6. #6
    VULTURE

    Jun 2012
    SANTA CRUZ
    5
    TREASURE VULTURE I GET IT GET IT

    thnks

    Quote Originally Posted by timekiller View Post
    It's for sure a fob seal matrix.Is the seal missing in the bottom?Looks 1800's to me in style.You can see many types here............UK Finds Database - - - UKDFD
    Take Care,
    Pete,

    thanks alot, believe you have it dialed in... its interesting that its missing its stamp on bottom. it appears to never have been engraved, new and un-used, or possibly broken and incomplete. irregardless thanks a bunch for the help!

 

 

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