'0' Publications - feel free to send any you know of to me for addition to the list.

Egan, Geoff, Cloth Seals, p.43-86 in Salisbury & South Wiltshire Museum Medieval Catalogue, Part 3, ed. Peter Saunders, 2001.

Geoff Egan, 'Lead Cloth Seals and Related Items in the British Museum' Occasional Paper 93.

Egan, Geoff, Leaden Cloth Seals, Datasheet 3, Finds Research Group 700-1700, 1992.

Egan, G. 1989. ‘Leaden seals for textiles – some archaeological evidence relating to fabrics and trade’, Costume, 23, 39-53.

<a href="http://discovery.ucl.ac.uk/1349956/4/488665%20full.pdf">Provenanced Leaden Cloth Seals by Geoffrey Egan, Sub-Department of Medieval Archaeology, University College, University of London, submitted for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy, 1987</a>.

Leaden Cloth Seals
Egan, G
Publisher: Finds Research Group 700 -1700 Datasheet 3 1985

Geoff Egan, Medieval and later trade in textiles between Belgium and England. The picture from some finds of cloth seals, <a href="https://oar.onroerenderfgoed.be/publicaties/RELM/4/RELM004-001.pdf">Exchanging Medieval Material Culture Studies on archaeology and history presented to Frans Verhaeghe Brussels 2010</a>

Cloth Seals, Geoff Egan, The London Archaeologist, Vol.3 No.7 Summer 1978. <a href="http://ads.ahds.ac.uk/catalogue/adsdata/arch-457-1/dissemination/pdf/vol03/vol03_07/03_07_177_179.pdf">Link to pdf.</a>

Endrei, W. and Egan, G. 1982. ‘The sealing of cloth in Europe, with special reference to the English evidence’, Textile History, 13, 47-75.

Les Plombs de Scelle La Douanne de Lyon, Daniel Slowik, 2014

Nora Maria Rodenburg, Master Thesis Department of Archaeology and Antique History 23 May 2011' Seal and Deal, Cloth Production and Trade between the Netherlands and Scania during the Late Middle Ages and Early Modern Times.

Russian Cloth Seals in Britain: A Guide to Identification, Usage and Anglo-Russian Trade in the 18th and 19th Centuries
by John Sullivan. Published by Oxbow Books.

'Lead Seals of Russian Origin in Fife' – John Sullivan, p.211, Tayside & Fife Archaeological Journal, Volume Six 2000.

Lead Seals of Russian Origin in Britain - Their Background and Identification
Author: Mr. John Sullivan.

Santa Margarita Lead Bale Seal, <a href="http://www.melfisher.org/pdf/Santa_Margarita_Lead_Bale_Seal.pdf">http://www.melfisher.org/pdf/Santa_Margarita_Lead_Bale_Seal.pdf</a>

Jamestown Verginia cloth seals
<a href="http://www.apva.org/pubs/98report.pdf">http://www.apva.org/pubs/98report.pdf</a>

A Collection of Dated Byzantine Lead Seals Nicolas Oikonomides
<a href="http://links.jstor.org/sici?sici=0075-4269(1988)108%3C274%3AACODBL%3E2.0.CO%3B2-T">http://links.jstor.org/sici?sici=0075-4269(1988)108%3C274%3AACODBL%3E2.0.CO%3B2-T</a>

Seals, Prosopography of the Byzantine World
<a href="http://www.pbw.kcl.ac.uk/content/reference/sealedit.html">http://www.pbw.kcl.ac.uk/content/reference/sealedit.html</a>

Cf. Michael Mitchiner, Jetons, Medalets & Tokens, Vol 2, Nos. 2994-2995

Michael Mitchiner, Jetons, Medalets & Tokens.

Finds Identified by Gordon Bailey
P16 Lead Seals

The Searcher December 2001 and January 2002 P12 Lead Seals of Russian Origin by John Sullivan

The Searcher July 2000 Searcher Information by Jim Halliday P27.

The Searcher October 2000 Russian Bale Seals by Nick Du Quasne Bird P.23 & 24.

Russian Seals found in Bristol by Nick Du Quesne Bird, Transactions of the Bristol & Gloucester Archaeological Society, 1971, P.226.

Spink's Numismatic Circular, 1972 P.276 Russian Seals found in Bristol, Belfast and Salisbury by Nick Du Quesne Bird

"How to increase your collection of bale seals." William Parker, Treasure Hunting, April 2010, p.16.

"Lead Seals from Around the World" Ted Fletcher, Treasure Hunting, January 2011, p.50.

"Scotland's Lost Lead Tokens" Ted Fletcher, Treasure Hunting, February 2011, p.71.

Trademarked: A History of Well-known Brands, from Aertex to Wright's. David C. Newton

British Trademarks of the 1920s and 1930s. John Mendenhall

17th CENTURY LEAD CLOTH SEALS FROM ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY, MARYLAND:- <a href="http://losttowns.com/publications/articles/Maryland%20Archaeology,%20Vol.39%281&2%29,%20pp.17-26,%20March-September%202003.pdf">Link</a>

CLOTH SEAL MEDALS
The transformation of a Cloth Seal into a Medal By Steve Cox <a href="http://www.whattheyleftbehind.com/CLOTH%20-SEAL-MEDALS.htm">Link</a>

The Finds of Leaden Seals in Vilnius – the Reflection of Trade in Imported Cloths in the 16th–17th centuries.<a href="http://www.istorija.lt/la/kvizikevicius1999en.html"> Link</a>

Fur Bale Seals, RAK - Russian American Corporation. Castle Hill Archaeological Project, Lead Seals by J. David McMahan <a href="http://dnr.alaska.gov/parks/oha/castlehill/chpteleven.htm">Link</a>

A Guide to Artefacts of Colonial America, Ivor Noel Hume, 1970 - P.269 Seals, Lead. Interesting overview of lead cloth seals from the colonial period found in America. He has mistaken the Nimes coat of arms for that of the French [East] India Company.

<a href="http://losttowns.com/publications/articles/Maryland%20Archaeology,%20Vol.39%281&2%29,%20pp.17-26,%20March-September%202003.pdf">17th Century Lead Cloth Seals from Anne Arundel County, Maryland</a> by Al Luckenbach and Jane Cox.

The Finds of Leaden Seals in Vilnius – the Reflection of Trade in Imported Cloths in the 16th–17th centuries
Linas Kvizikevičius - <a href="http://www.istorija.lt/la/kvizikevicius1999en.html"> Lietuvos archeologija</a>.

<a href="http://www.archives.norfolk.gov.uk/view/ncc108521">A Norfolk Record Office exhibition showing the different methods by which seals have been attached to Norfolk documents over the centuries</a>.

<a href="https://easy.dans.knaw.nl/ui/rest/datasets/52007/files/3320657/content">Aanloop Molengat - Browsing Catalogue of Cloth Seals</a>.

<a href="http://scholarworks.wmich.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=3417&context=honors_theses">Lead Seals from Colonial Fort St. Joseph (20BE23)Cathrine Davis, Western Michigan University</a>.

Lead Seals from Fort Michilimackinac 1715-1781, 1989, Diane L. Adams.

<a href="http://www.melfisher.org/pdf/Santa_Margarita_Lead_Bale_Seal.pdf">Santa Margarita Lead Bale Seal: Artifact 49987 By Carol Tedesco</a>.

C. Spindler, "Bleiplomben aus Braunschweiger Funden" (Lead seals from Braunschweig) ISBN 3-00-017022-7.

<a href="http://www.academia.edu/11788398/Loden_voorwerpen_van_de_opgraving_Kazerneplein_te_Gorinchem">Loden voorwerpen van de opgraving Kazerneplein te Gorinchem</a>. Lead objects from the excavation Kazerneplein Gorinchem by Jan van Oostveen.

<a href="http://www.academia.edu/11788419/Metalen_voorwerpen_van_de_collectie_Ton_Wijkamp_Gorinchem">Metalen voorwerpen van de collectie Ton Wijkamp, Gorinchem</a>. Metal objects from the collection of Ton Wijkamp , Gorinchem by Jan van Oostveen.

<a href="https://www.academia.edu/8879704/Een_vooralsnog_uniek_textiellood_uit_Weesp">Een vooralsnog uniek textiellood uit Weesp</a>. A hitherto unique cloth seal from the Dutch town of Weesp by Jan van Oostveen.

<a href="https://www.academia.edu/4394371/Lakenloodjes_een_studie_naar_de_toepasbaarheid_van_stadswapens_voor_de_datering_van_Hollandse_lakenloden_uit_de_13e_tot_en_met_de_19e_eeuw">Lakenloodjes, een studie naar de toepasbaarheid van stadswapens voor de datering van Hollandse lakenloden uit de 13e tot en met de 19e eeuw</a> Bobs Lake, a study on the applicability of city arms for dating Dutch cloth seals from the 13th to the 19th century by Robbert-Jan Boon.

<a href="http://translate.google.co.uk/translate?hl=en&sl=lt&u=http://www.lietuvospilys.lt/data/plombos.htm&prev=search">LINEN Kvizikevičius Lead Seals</a> Cloth seals discovered from a castle excavation in Lithuanian.

<a href="https://www.academia.edu/5244941/15-17th-C_Cloth_Seals_from_P%C3%A1pa_Hungary">Mordovin Maxim, 15-17th-C Cloth Seals from Pápa, Hungary, 2012</a>.

[url=https://www.academia.edu/9907504/Late_medieval_and_early_modern_cloth_seals_in_the_collection_of_the_Hungarian_National_Museum] MAXIM MORDOVINLATE, MEDIEVAL AND EARLY MODERN CLOTH SEALS IN THE COLLECTION
OF THE HUNGARIAN NATIONAL MUSEUM, 2014[/url].

[url=http://library.arcanum.hu/hu/view/ORSZ_NEMZ_FoliaArchaeologica_13/?query=szo%3D%28t%C3%B6r%C3%B6k%20and%20szablya%29&pg=355&zoom=h&layout=s]Huszár, L.
1961, Merchant’s seals of the 16th and 17th centuries. FolArch 13, 187–194[/url].

The story of a few lead bale seals, Piet Kleij Gemeente Zaanstad, Postbus 2000, 1500 GA Zaandam, The Netherlands, Bulletin of the Australasian Institute for Maritime Archaeology (2008): 32 © 2008, The Australasian Institute for Maritime Archaeology Inc. ISSN 0813-2801.

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