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Pannier, Cross Cheaping

Panniers were large baskets used for carrying foods such as bread, fish and fruit. The word comes from the Latin panarium, a bead basket. Later they were specifically the baskets on either side of a saddle on a pack horse. In 1474 the four year old Prince of Wales was presented with a gilt cup, £100 and 100 marks at an address given to him outside the PANYER public house, Cross Cheaping. Photo

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