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An incredible leather jug made from Oliver Cromwell's war horse has sold at auction 368 years later for almost £10,000.
The huge tankard was produced for the famous Parliamentarian who overthrew the monarchy to mark his status as Lord Protector of the British Isles in 1653.
It was one of a dozen been made from the hide of Cromwell's dead horse Blackjack and it would have been used to carry water or ale.
The 2ft tall jug has now been sold at Duke's Auctioneers of Dorchester, Dorset.