11741Re: [medieval-leather] Re: Dog collars 600 to 1600
- Jul 18 6:51 PMAh, yes, the Brits - the only people who add an extra syllable to "aluminum" ("aluminium") and yet feel oblige to pronounce "Cholmondelay" as "Chumley"...
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--- On Mon, 7/18/11, Jon <laffinjon@...> wrote:
From: Jon <laffinjon@...>
Subject: [medieval-leather] Re: Dog collars 600 to 1600
Date: Monday, July 18, 2011, 1:42 PM
Because we Brits like to confuse people, that would be "Leeds Castle" in KENT and NOT actually a castle in Leeds :-)
There is indeed a dog collar museum at Leeds Castle but I have been unable to find any pictures online :-(
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Michael Sheldon <msheldon@...> wrote:
> The castle at Leeds actually has a dog collar museum.
> At one point they were printing a book of postcards of the collars in
> their collection, don't know if they still do.
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