mould (food processing & storage)

Long wooden mould, probably for gingerbread. On the obverse left to right, carvings represent: A man, horse and cart, a possible brewers dray, a jester figure with sword and a milkmaid. On the reverse, left to right, carvings represent: a soldier (possibly a grenadier) an owl-like figure and a windmill.

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