🔎 UNIDENTIFIED Took my 5 year old little girl metal detecting today she absolutely loved it, and found some cools find also but unsure what they are

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Cute girl! Reminds me of the times I took my granddaughters out detecting with me at around the same ages! It was a real blast, and 25 years later they still remember the adventures.
 
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Cute girl! Reminds me of the times I took my granddaughters out detecting with me at around the same ages! It was a real blast, and 25 years later they still remember the adventures.
Thanks mate, That's what I hope she will remember when she is older, It's good to get them out rather than sitting in the house that's what I think, nothing better than fresh air😊
 
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Also some sort of ring with XXX engraved in it? Any ideas
Can't fully ID it, but if it is copper-alloy (& not bronze) then its probably 18-19th C & was once gold plated & the X's were simulating a hallmark. (So a kind of cheap mans fake gold ring)
 
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Can't fully ID it, but if it is copper-alloy (& not bronze) then its probably 18-19th C & was once gold plated & the X's were simulating a hallmark. (So a kind of cheap mans fake gold ring)
Thanks cru
 
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