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https://blogs.warwick.ac.uk/numismatics ... ead_tokens
Or maybe it's post medieval? Gawd tokens are hard to date
It might be worth sending some pics to the lead token society. Links to that and a really interesting article on lead tokens through the ages can be found here https://www.thetokensociety.org.uk/
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