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lead alloy stylus ID by Allectus

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lead alloy stylus ID by Allectus

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Dodging the showers today, some of them were brutal aswell :( but despite them I found a nice local trade token of Nathaniel Symons and this odd little thing.
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It may be junk but it looks like it was made for a purpose, small hole at the top and you can see that it's broken at the other end, it looks like it has some age to it but who knows,?

The stubble down here is still very hard, difficult to get a decent swing so I have to meander around the areas where its been cut lower, still hopefully it will start to rot and get softer soon ::g

As usual found with the Q40 in jewellery mode sens at 85, discrim at 40.

Thanks in advance
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