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Figure Figure

Oak figure of St Andrew, patron saint of Scotland, shown dressed in long robes belted around the waist, carrying his cross in his left hand and a book in a pouch in his right hand, probably once part of a screen or altarpiece, made in Northern Europe, possibly in the Low Countries, c. 1500, said to come from Fife

Crosier head Crosier head

Crosier head with floral cluster in centre of crook and stem decorated with champlevé enamel, from the grave of a bishop, from Roy Ritchie's excavations at Whithorn Priory, Whithorn, Wigtownshire: English, late 12th century

Coin, penny Coin, penny

Medieval coin hoard found by a metal detectorist near Roslin, Midlothian, comprising 237 silver pennies of Edward I, Edward II, Alexander III and John Balliol, and fragments of a pottery vessel, buried c. 1320s or 1330s

Pommel Pommel

Gold sword pommel decorated with gold filigree and granulated decoration and cloisonne garnet insets, found by metal detecting near Blair Drummond, Stirling

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