Roman coins and maybe Roman artefacts

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I managed a few hours this afternoon and got a few coins and a couple of whatchamacallits.

The round thing I initially thought was a tarpaulin rivet, but clearly isn't. The other one appears to have remnants of iron going through the middle of it. Both came from an area of the field that has produced a load of Roman finds, but that obviously doesn't make them Roman. They do have that look about them though!

Any thoughts would be appreciated :thumbsup:

BTW, the scale on the coins looks odd because I had to flip the pic. Otherwise it posted upside down for some reason!
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Roman lock plate fastener minus the iron shaft.

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Thanks Allectus :thumbsup:
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A decent Roman hunt :thumbsup:
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BuriedByTime&Dust wrote: Sun Oct 17, 2021 9:49 pm BTW, the scale on the coins looks odd because I had to flip the pic. Otherwise it posted upside down for some reason!
Sometimes an image will appear to be upside down on the page but when clicked it reverts to the right way up. Lord knows why, but I think it's something to do with how the original image was orientated in the camera/phone.

Any road up, great finds and I'm going for furniture fitting on the knob due to the iron deposit. Can't come up with anything for the ring yet.
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