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Found a couple of these yesterday around copper waste and buttons. Musket balls and horse harness buckles in the same field were not affected. The ground is wet pasture. I have seen the same on the headlands (modern coins and older shotties) but not on the cultivated parts of the same farm. In a non-scientific appraisal it does seem to depend on the ground and the nature of the object which means loads of variables.
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I honestly wish my fields produced those mystery clumps. We should fo some ones where we guess the content too :D
Yes I really don’t like Roman coins, I’m not joking
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Another was this general service button but it looks like two! :geek:
D2 - 13"x11" coil - audio only.
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