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Oakham Castle Horseshoe
Metal souvenir Oakham Castle horseshoe.
It is believed that a horseshoe became a symbol of Rutland after the De Ferres family arrived in England with William the Conqueror. The family's coat of arms had horseshoes 'the wrong way up' and that is how Rutland has kept them. It stops the devil from making his nest in the bottom...
The horseshoe comes in a presentation box as seen in the photo.