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That went somewhat better, with the finds below. On the right, I'm pretty sure that's a 17th C. trade token wiped clean of detail by the soil. The little buckle was a nice find I thought, and a James I halfgroat in lovely condition the icing on the cake
The item on the left I'm not certain about. My guess is that it might be a watch winder? Any thoughts would be appreciated.