🔎 UNIDENTIFIED Here is a lead thingy …. Any thorts, as ever, much appreciated x

blossom

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So it weighs 66 grams, it has a hole in the top, (I haven’t cleaned it thru) it was found in the uk, in a ridge and furrow field, that’s all I’ve got! x
 

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When you find out what it is let us know !!
 
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They used lead for centuries in all sorts of things. It's soft, easy to work, and low melting point. Probably a seal or plug of some sort.
 
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You find some odd stuff, all I can add is its Lead, doesn't less than 200 years old.
 
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