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Brass staff-head; West Country Friendly Society village emblem; finial plate having a central stem with lozenge-shaped opening and scrolled appendages, a cross at top; concave-sided socket with bullet-shaped support plate.
- Length: 21.4 centimetres
- Emblem of: Woolavington
- (Europe,United Kingdom,England,Somerset,Woolavington)
Unregistered items from the Turner Collection.
Britain, Europe and Prehistory
- 620 (On label)
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Object reference number: MCN11180
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