Tragezeichen "Arsch-Zeiger"

Art.Nr.: 07 PZ Gen-Guy
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Secular badge - silver-plated
Secular badge - silver-plated
Crude-erotic secular badge - bronze
Crude-erotic secular badge - bronze
Crude-erotic badge - detail
Crude-erotic badge - detail
Crude-erotic badge - backside
Crude-erotic badge - backside
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Medieval secular badge with "Ass-showing Guy".

Here you can buy a remarkable medieval pin with crude-erotic depiction that was made after a late medieval pewter badge.

This funny pin in the form of an ass showing guy was made after a secular medieval badge, whose often crude-erotic depiction was very common in the late Middle Ages and was intended to serve the general amusement.

This medieval pin shows a male figure looking through his own legs, presenting his two-handedly dilated buttocks to the viewer, with his erect member clearly visible.

The historical model for this crude-erotic secular badge was made of pewter and comes from the Netherlands. It dates to the period from 1325 to 1375 AD.

The crude erotic badge is made of high-quality bronze or in genuine silver-plated and has a pin on the back to attach it to clothing or a headdress, as was customary in the Middle Ages.

The dimensions of the secular badge are 3 x 3.5 cm.



The obscene-erotic badges of the Middle Ages form a subgroup of the secular badges. This group also includes copulating couples, so-called phallic trees or personified genitalia, such as the phallic animal, an often winged phallus with legs and a clasp around its neck, or the winged vulva or the vulva with legs and arms.

If one compares depictions of sexuality and obscenity in pictorial sources and in the literature of the Middle Ages, the most likely interpretation for the obscene-erotic carrying signs is that attempts were made to thematize sexuality with the help of comedy and that these carrying signs are to be interpreted as joking gifts of love, or simply as a means of promoting communication in the course of initiating sex.


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Medieval secular badge with "Ass-showing Guy".

Here you can buy a remarkable medieval pin with crude-erotic depiction that was made after a late medieval pewter badge.

This funny pin in the form of an ass showing guy was made after a secular medieval badge, whose often crude-erotic depiction was very common in the late Middle Ages and was intended to serve the general amusement.

This medieval pin shows a male figure looking through his own legs, presenting his two-handedly dilated buttocks to the viewer, with his erect member clearly visible.

The historical model for this crude-erotic secular badge was made of pewter and comes from the Netherlands. It dates to the period from 1325 to 1375 AD.

The crude erotic badge is made of high-quality bronze or in genuine silver-plated and has a pin on the back to attach it to clothing or a headdress, as was customary in the Middle Ages.

The dimensions of the secular badge are 3 x 3.5 cm.



The obscene-erotic badges of the Middle Ages form a subgroup of the secular badges. This group also includes copulating couples, so-called phallic trees or personified genitalia, such as the phallic animal, an often winged phallus with legs and a clasp around its neck, or the winged vulva or the vulva with legs and arms.

If one compares depictions of sexuality and obscenity in pictorial sources and in the literature of the Middle Ages, the most likely interpretation for the obscene-erotic carrying signs is that attempts were made to thematize sexuality with the help of comedy and that these carrying signs are to be interpreted as joking gifts of love, or simply as a means of promoting communication in the course of initiating sex.


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