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A lead cloth seal, used to mark rolls of textiles.
This seal has the mark of the United East India Company (VEIC). The reverse features a cross, probabaly featuring the arms of Tudor England in the upper left quadrant, though this example is highly degraded. It was a recovered from the wreck of the Earl fof Abergavenny, a large East Indiaman wrecked in Weymouth Bay in 1805 shortly after deaprting for Bengal and China on its fifth major voyage.
Dimensions from the SLS scan in millimetres.
Scanned on behalf of the Nautical Archaeology Society by the Maritime Archaeology Trust with a HP SLS3 system and post-processed in ZBrush.