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Christie No.: 102
Country: France
Site: Lyons: Museum, Musée des Tissus
Object Type: Vestment, maniple
Date: 1340 - 1349
Dimensions: h. 46.5cm, w. 6cm (h. 18.3in, w. 2in)
Subject Terms:
Heraldry, English: England

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Bibliography: Christie, A., English Medieval Embroidery (1938), p. 194 (no. 102); pl. CLIV(B)

London, Victoria and Albert Museum, Opus Anglicanum (1963), p. 36 (no. 70)

Ottawa, National Gallery, Art and Courts (1972), I, p. 168 (no. 91)

Ottawa, National Gallery, Art and Courts (1972), II, pl. 120

Notes: Two narrow strips, probably of English origin, in three sections with wedge-shaped bases.