Seal of Robert Fitzwalter
Early 14th century seal of Robert Fitzwalter. The original is silver and in the British Museum.
Circular seal-matrix with a ridge at the back, of semi-circular section, pointed at the bottom end, at the upper edge in a loop with a collar of beaded work immediately below it. An armed knight with a sword in his right hand is shown on horseback with coif, hauberk, chausées of mail, surcoat and a flat-topped helmet with the visor down. Guarding his breast is a shield of arms, a fess between two chevrons (Fitzwalter). The horse is also caparisoned with these arms and wearing a diapered head cloth. In front of the horse is another shield of arms, seven mascles (De Quincy). Below, a dragon regardant with floriated tail. Legend, within pearled borders.
74mm , 5mm thick and 17mm thick at hanging point.
Available in silver plated brass only.