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Any ideas on this lead lid or box? Appears to have a small bit of wool as if it was lined. There was a small peice inside which is next to it on the photo.
Nox 800 LOW 30s pasture 6 inch down
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Good looking pile of coins recovered,looks like good fun
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I thought that most bird feeders were weeny?
https://finds.org.uk/database/artefacts ... /id/903297
Mind you it could really have been for holding almost anything.