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I was using the Equinox in Field 2 and this gave a 19 - 21 signal. The item for 4 or 5 inches deep .
After detecting and then chatting with the land owner, I was told that some time ago a de-stonening machine had been over the land. I wish I'd known that sooner.
The 'thing' has a fair bit of weight to it. There used to be a Roman settlement around 1/2 a mile away (I'm not suggesting that this is Roman, but thought it worth mentioning). The only other finds of note from the day are a George II Farthing from an adjoining field and what may be a Medieval - Post Medieval Dress Hook.
Thanks for having a look.
20191201_170813 by Terra Englandia, on Flickr
20191201_170755 by Terra Englandia, on Flickr
20191201_153919 by Terra Englandia, on Flickr
20191201_170516 by Terra Englandia, on Flickr
20191201_170615 by Terra Englandia, on Flickr
20191201_170750 by Terra Englandia, on Flickr
Minelab Equinox 800