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Hope all well - four days ago the only thing I found in a very large pasture field in North Devon was the top button in the photo; today I found an identical one ( but in better nick) 30miles west of the first field! I love the pattern; is it a typical Devonian type the well heeled locals favoured?!
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Maybe there was a bit of walking or horse travel to do from here to there for the button owner?
Maybe, there is a route that may be established for a travelling purpose?
I would research the button pattern if you can to see if it is symbolic or maybe a tunic button.
A photo of the underside would be useful as there may be a makers mark.
Excellent finds and thanks for letting us have a look!
Although, I enjoyed the walk with my Bounty Hunter Tracker IV!
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To find them in seperate places..
Will start to get spooky-
If you find another one in the other direction.
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Especially if they were lost by the same person, that would be too weird.
But sometimes they don't make sense