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Before I put it on the scrap pile.

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I thought I'd better double check, although I suspect it may be something quite modern.

I think it gave around a 20 signal on the Equinox and it was found in a stubble field recently.

I think it's possibly copper/copper alloy and to me it looks fairly modern, but I don't know what it is. Could it be from, perhaps some farming machinery?

Thanks for any info.

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