These two belt buckles (?) were found on the same farm field. Europe. Are they modern, modern-ish, old, old-ish or older than that?
Material: Iron. Both ca. 5 cm (1,97 inch).
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These two unusual 'banana' shaped iron objects were found on a farm field, Europe. Other finds were a range of iron objects (including modern) and a Roman hob nail (ID'ed on this forum).
Material: Iron. 6 cm (2.36 inches) & 7 cm (2.75 inches).
Thanks in advance,
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Material: Iron. 13,5 cm = 5.315 inches.
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