Badge displaying three phalli bearing a crowned vulva in a procession  

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Badge displaying three phalli bearing a crowned vulva in a procession[1] (1375-1450) is a pilgrim badge found in Brugge and now in the Van Beuningen family collection (inventory number 652).

It is depicted in the essay "The world upside down. Secular badges and the iconography of the Late Medieval Period: ordinary pins with multiple meanings" by Sebastiaan Ostkamp.

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