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The thimbles were nice to find , I have had three off here so far as well as the usual buttons .The metal plate with rivets gave a good strong signal .
The items I would like an ID for would be the heart shaped piece of lead and same size as a 10p piece and has an odd raised line to the rear . I doubt it is of any significance but does looked worked . The last item for ID is this odd circular piece which appears to have a raised design on the surface . It is hard to see but looks like a "V" with a cluster of thistles or similar . Not a lot to go on so a tough one and once again most lily nothing of any note .Once again same size as a 10p piece and quite heavy for its size . Thanks in advance .
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There is a heart shaped lead weight on the PAS but it’s about 5 centimetres top to bottom
Maybe a smaller version
They have it down as post medieval
I like the look of the livery button as well
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A nice selection of finds you have also
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