Found a few keepers in an old farm field on Sunday. The first was this New Zealand shilling dated 1934. The front depicts King George V, while the reverse side shows a Maori warrior. It is 50% silver. The other coin I believe is William and Mary. It takes some real looking, but I think I see GVL in the lower left, and MVS in the upper left. I also think I see the point of William’s leafy crown and perhaps Mary’s forehead. The back is completely shot, though I swear I see the number four right where the date should be: 1694? The third keeper was this small bell that I found on the way to the car. It is only about the size of a Lincoln cent, and apparently had an iron clapper. Anybody have any ideas about age and function? Thanks! Happy hunting!