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Work Relic - Key, 16th C

This intricate object is a folding key. It was found in the Minories, London. It is made of iron and is one of many Tudor metalwork objects that are held by the Museum of London.

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Leisure Relic - Bat, 16th C

This bat was used for club ball, a forerunner of cricket. It was found in Finsbury Circus in the 1980s and was probably thrown into the boggy Moorfields, where many Tudor Londoners threw their rubbish. It can be seen in the Museum of London.

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Building Relic - Hammer, 16th C

This beautifully crafted hammer is also from the Museum of London's collection. The Museum has many objects that illustrate the working lives of Londoners throughout the city's history.

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Tudor folding key
Museum of London




Wooden bat
Museum of London




Hammer
Museum of London


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