Boar mount possibly linked to Richard III

Experts are investigating the possibility that a copper-alloy boar mount, discovered near the Thames River in London, might have belonged to King Richard III. (photo)

The mount, which might have once adorned furniture or a piece of leather, depicts a "boar, chained, collared and wearing a crown, with a crescent above one of its legs." The white boar was the badge adopted by Richard.