Royal Letters Patent of King Edward I, licensing William Carleton to give lands in Bricett (one messuage and 60 acres) and an annual rent of 3 s. 6 d. to the Prior of Bricett in exchange for 60 acres of land in Wathesham. 3 November 1305 King Edward's Great Seal is attached
German document, dated 1674, possibly a certificate to honour Dr. Francesco Vertema, with a border of scrolling penmanship, with four attached silk ribbons, three with boxwood containers, two with wax seals, sight: 20.75''h x 24.5''w
When the Swiss decided they wanted to go to war with Charles, Berne removed its wax seal from this treaty for peace that they had signed with Burgundy in 1467. Here you can see the two holes left by the absence of the Swiss seal. And here is Philippe le Bon’s wax seal, clearly recognizable on the left, made perhaps, using the great gold seal-die above.