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We find lots of old bullets… but not found one like this before? Also nice bit of folded lead.. and the rim of ?? !! Oh nd 2 toasted coins… poss pre dec pennies.. but still working on their id!!
 

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I would thinkl you would find a lot of Air Craft bullets from the war . Hope your extra careful over there
 

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Good to see you get out and digging some targets.
The bullet has a boxwood insert.
Put a picture up of the 2 greenies and size-somebody might be able to help ID
Here's a blurb on the bullet

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Good to see you get out and digging some targets.
The bullet has a boxwood insert.
Put a picture up of the 2 greenies and size-somebody might be able to help ID
Here's a blurb on the bullet

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I think I have seen clay as well as wood. Would need to check my collection.
 

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The Pot rim is at least Medieval & could be Roman, difficult to tell from just 1 angle.
 

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We find lots of old bullets… but not found one like this before? Also nice bit of folded lead.. and the rim of ?? !! Oh nd 2 toasted coins… poss pre dec pennies.. but still working on their id!!
Nice!!! Congrats!!!
 
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The Pot rim is at least Medieval & could be Roman, difficult to tell from just 1 angle.
Are these better… 🤞 it weighs 20 grams x thank you as ever x
 

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Good to see you get out and digging some targets.
The bullet has a boxwood insert.
Put a picture up of the 2 greenies and size-somebody might be able to help ID
Here's a blurb on the bullet

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Honestly you are all so knowledgeable, you blow my mind! thank you so much xx here are the coins 😂 smaller one weighs 7gms bigger one weighs 9gms. Scale is cm. We have the Spinks coin book and so far no size match for either.…
 

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Are these better… 🤞 it weighs 20 grams x thank you as ever x
Still not a 100% but its simpler to Roman Grey Ware. Worst case its 600 years old.
 
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Still not a 100% but its simpler to Roman Grey Ware. Worst case its 600 years old.
After a really hard day in an 45 acre iron stone field.. where even the pointer detonates in the soil it’s soo irony, u have made my day xx thank you! 🤗
 

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