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REVISED, Great re tried little permission. Hammereds x 4

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REVISED, Great re tried little permission. Hammereds x 4

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This was lightly cultivated about 6 weeks ago and was sitting un disturbed since.
I didn’t realise it was un seeded until yesterday when got on it.
Being small about 1 acre I've decided to do it slowly and methodically ( for me anyway). I did about half yesterday and most of the other today.
I’ve tried it before but never with great success apart from a few crotal bells.
So the tally so far ;
Two broken crotal bell small pieces, m
One broken crotal bell
A good few harness belt fittings
Jews harp( only my second ever)
Lead tokens,
Loom weight
Elizabeth I half groat
Folded Henry III penny
And two other hammereds that are half penny size but cleaning at the mo.

This picture is something I don’t recognise though. It looks like scissor handles, but isn’t
Can’t wait to get back and try for more, going left to right this time slowly and methodically.
All deus hot freq 29.
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