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A3187 Pair of shears or scissors, 15th century, Medieval, part of collection of Romano-British antiquities selected to illustrate the life of the people who lived on the present site of London from the Roman occupation to the 18th century (SB). ...from ex

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Object statement
Pair of shears or scissors, 15th century, Medieval, part of collection of Romano-British antiquities selected to illustrate the life of the people who lived on the present site of London from the Roman occupation to the 18th century (SB). ...from excavation in city of London, commemorative gift for Sydney's 150th anniversary (LC).

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Pair of shears or scissors, 15th century, Medieval, part of collection of Romano-British antiquities selected to illustrate the life of the people who lived on the present site of London from the Roman occupation to the 18th century (SB). ...from excavation in city of London, commemorative gift for Sydney's 150th anniversary (LC).
A3187

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Gift of The Guildhall Museum, 1938

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