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    Question Could Someone ID These Finds For Me?

    I detected an amazing spot today with numerous amounts of awesome finds. Among them, were these neat little things which I can't identify myself.
    The first unidentified item is made out of a copper-alloy, weighs 9 grams and has a width of 66 mm:

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    I'm very uncertain about what it could be but it looks like the holes are meant for nails to go through so maybe it's a heel plate of some sort.
    The other two finds were these two little items. The cylindrical item is made out of lead, weighs 13 grams and is 32 mm tall. And the larger copper-alloy object weighs a whopping 34 grams and is 23 mm wide:

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    If you have any clue on what any of these items are please let me know!

    Thank you
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    VLDETECTING

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    Pretty sure the first item is a shoe toe plate. Don't have a clue on the other two.
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    The green piece looks to be a broken flatware handle of some sort. Maybe post a pic with something in it for scale. I’m metrically illiterate sooooooooooo
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    Top piece looks a lip from a purse opening.
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    With the pointed front and concave back end, I believe the
    lead cylindrical item is an early lead bullet.
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    maybe the lead piece is a plumbob .
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    Congrats friend, I'd research bronze age tools and weapons, check out your local museums. The patina on that piece is particularly rich.
    Phil

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tony in SC View Post
    Top piece looks a lip from a purse opening.
    i agree. you can still see the hinge area

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    If it is a purse, it would be a tiny one .. the piece is only 2 1/2 inches wide.
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    Lead stylus.
    End of a spoon handle??
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe-Dirt View Post
    The green piece looks to be a broken flatware handle of some sort. Maybe post a pic with something in it for scale. I’m metrically illiterate sooooooooooo
    Looks like the end of a spoon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tony in SC View Post
    Top piece looks a lip from a purse opening.
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    Late 19th - early 20th C.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ticndig View Post
    maybe the lead piece is a plumbob .
    I wouldn't think so because it is quite unsymmetrical.
    Best regards
    VLDETECTING

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reanm8er View Post
    Congrats friend, I'd research bronze age tools and weapons, check out your local museums. The patina on that piece is particularly rich.
    Thank you for the suggestion. The place I detected on only stretches back to the 16 to 1700's so there is no possibility for it to be that old.
    Best regards
    VLDETECTING

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    Quote Originally Posted by CRUSADER View Post
    Lead stylus.
    End of a spoon handle??
    Do you really think the lead object is a lead stylus? I'm not certain for how long they've been used but they seem to be rather old. The area I'm detecting on is only stretching back to the 16 to 1700's.
    I was also thinking that the copper object could be the end of a 1800's spoon handle.
    Best regards
    VLDETECTING

 

 
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