Metal amulet in the form of a soldier, worn by a soldier in the First World War
Amulets were, and are, worn by a wide variety of people across the world as lucky charms or as protection against illness or disaster. This amulet was worn by a private in the Middlesex Regiment in the British army during the First World War.
- Ethnography and Folk Medicine
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- Lovett, E.
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