"Mount" For ID???

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Pete E
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I found this fairly shallow on pasture with the Nox and as you might guess it gave a screaming signal of 32, so much so I was expecting a bit of farm chain...

I assume it is a harness mount of some sort, dating from perhpas the 1700's? Does that seem reasonable?? I am rescind the lettering as "E L B" ??

As usual, any and all input most gratefully received..
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19/20th century blinker or saddle mount. :thumbsup:
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Easylife wrote: Thu Apr 22, 2021 12:24 am 19/20th century blinker or saddle mount. :thumbsup:
Thanks mate..was hoping it was a bit older as the field produces quite a few toasted George 1st pennies, but I will take that...
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