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A couple of strap mounts, I think.
Was interested in an ID of age on the lead button, cross decoration on front and remains of the loop on the back. Medieval?
A copper M or W?
Bit of a bronze pot.
Livery button still has cloth attached, maybe ripped off in a moment of passion with a frisky sheep, well we are in welly country..
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quite similar..though they can be tricky to date this one is dated from: Circa AD 1350
Date to: Circa AD 1500...so I would put yours around late medieval period that's my conclusion