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Ancient bronze falconry, Hawking whistle England. Medieval period.

Ancient bronze falconry, Hawking whistle England. Medieval period.

Thomasin <Circlaere>  Welscher Gast (G) Ostfranken (?), 1340 Cod. Memb. I 120 Gotha, Forschungsbibliothek  Folio 34r

Thomasin <Circlaere> Welscher Gast (G) Ostfranken (? I 120 Gotha, Forschungsbibliothek Folio

Falcon's hood. Possibly English, leather tooled and gilded, with applied silk velvet embroidered with silver thread, and silk and silver braids and tuft, early 17th century. Courtesy of the V&A website.

Falcon's hood

Possibly English, leather tooled and gilded, with applied silk velvet embroidered with silver thread, and silk and silver braids and tuft, early century.

'Falconry', woven wool tapestry, Netherlands, possibly Arras, 1430s. Museum no. T.202-1957

The Devonshire Hunting Tapestries - Victoria and Albert Museum. 'Falconry', woven wool tapestry, Netherlands, possibly Arras, Museum no.

Full page miniature with two different scenes involving falconers. From the Kerdeston Hawking Book, Add. 82949 f.1, English, ca. 1430-1345. Located in the British Library.

Full page miniature with two different scenes involving falconers. From the Kerdeston Hawking Book, Add. 82949 English, ca. Located in the British Library.

Silver 16th century vervel or hawking ring.  The shield features the arms of the London Co of Blacksmiths and Spurriers.  Instead of being worn on a human finger it was worn around the hawk's leg for identification of its owner.

Silver century vervel or hawking ring. The shield features the arms of the London Co of Blacksmiths and Spurriers. Instead of being worn on a human finger it was worn around the hawk's leg for identification of its owner.

Cod. Pal. germ. 389 Thomasin <Circlaere>   Welscher Gast (A) — Bayern (Regensburg?), um 1256 Folio 62v

389 Thomasin <Circlaere> Welscher Gast (A) — Bayern (Regensburg?

International Association for Falconry and Conservation of Birds of Prey - History of Falconry 2

International Association for Falconry and Conservation of Birds of Prey - History of Falconry 2

Miniature of a pair of men using hawks to hunt ducks. "Bestiary, with extracts from Giraldus Cambrensis on Irish birds", Harley 4751, folio 49, south England (Salisbury), second quarter of the 13th century. Located in The British Library.

Miniature of a pair of men using hawks to hunt ducks. "Bestiary, with extracts from Giraldus Cambrensis on Irish birds", Harley folio south England (Salisbury), second quarter of the century. Located in The British Library.

The ancient art of Falconry - A recent rare discovery in a Norfolk field of a “royal” silver vervel from the 16th century has revealed a further insight in to the ancient art of falconry – using birds of prey for hunting.  www.nbcbirdandpest.co.uk

The silver gilt vervel features both the royal coat of arms and Charles Brandon's. The "rare" Century "royal" silver vervel found in a Norfolk field has revealed the hunting habits of Charles Brandon, the first duke of Suffolk.

Post Medieval Tudor Silver Hawking Whistle    16th century AD . A tubular silver whistle, with applied ropework band to open end, the main tube with two bands, the larger of coiled wire around a core wire and with repousse ornament between; the mouthpiece angled with semi-circular apertures and no 'pea'; a loop and ring below for suspension.

Lot: Post Medieval Tudor Silver Hawking Whistle, Lot Number: Starting Bid: Auctioneer: TimeLine Auctions Ltd.

Detail of a bas-de-page scene of a mounted king, hawking, coming upon two stags feeding.  Origin: 	France, S. (Toulouse?)

Detail of a bas-de-page scene of a mounted king, hawking, coming upon two stags feeding. Origin: France, S.

A 17th-century Swiss account book with applied decoration of a medieval man hawking

A Swiss account book with applied decoration of a medieval man hawking

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