Fishmonger Seal

In Chaucer's time, Aldgate was a neighborhood of London in which people who practiced a diverse array of trades lived and worked together (e.g., bakers, goldsmiths, vintners, and fishmongers). This is the guild seal of the fishmongers of Bruges (in Flanders, 1407). The seal depicts a man fileting a fish and the inscription reads: "[segel] van der visch coper[s van Br]ugghe" (seal of the fishmongers of Bruges). This seal is catalogued as F4757 in the Archives Nationales (Paris).

If you are so inclined, take a look at some more Flemish seals.