£25
raised of £300 target
by 1 supporter
Closes on 01/06/2024
RCN 1158727

Story

<p>This medieval scabbard was discovered during excavations for Castle Mall right next to the Castle itself. This would have been used in battle to hold a dagger as a second weapon. The leather is stamped with diamond shapes and the copper alloy terminal is finely decorated with punched holes, engraved lines and a saw-tooth edge. The leather tongue would have attached to a buckle so it could be worn on a belt. This would be of great interest to any local history or weaponry enthusiast and is a particularly fascinating item to view up close.</p><p><strong>The minimum donation to become a Silver Adopter of this object is £25.</strong> After clicking 'Donate', please enter this amount before continuing. Donations under the suggested amount will still count towards our target but will be considered a donation rather than an adoption.</p><p>You can also choose to become a Gold Adopter of this item by entering the total amount of £300, provided there are no other adopters yet.</p><p>Once you have made payment there will be an option to tick a box ‘I’m happy to be contacted by Norfolk Museums Development Foundation to hear more about the impact of my donation, its appeals, events and other ways to donate, by email and post.’ If you do not click to accept further contact or send us your contact details we will be unable to send you your adopter pack. Please be assured that we will not send you further marketing materials unrelated to your adoption and you can opt out at any time. &nbsp;&nbsp;</p><p>If you have not heard from us within 2 weeks of adopting an object please e-mail keep.project@norfolk.gov.uk &nbsp;&nbsp;</p><p><strong>All anonymous adopters must contact keep.project@norfolk.gov.uk to receive their adoption pack as your contact details are not forwarded to us.</strong></p>

Donation summary

Total raised
£25.00
+ £6.25 Gift Aid
Online donations
£25.00
Offline donations
£0.00
Direct donations
£25.00
Donations via fundraisers
£0.00

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