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I found this at the weekend on a little ploughed area that has so far only yeilded some Georgian coppers and the usual odds 'n sods such as lead scraps, buttons and shotties..
I appreciate that it may well prove to be nothing of interest, but I thought I'd see if anyone can shed any light... I thought initially that it was bent out of shape, but now I'm not so sure.
Found with the Racer 2 in two tone mode, factory settings and using the big RC40 coil. It was approx 5 inches deep. Soil dry but very easy digging.
Thanks for looking, and all the best.
Makro Racer 2
Tesoro Silver Sabre Plus
This is the nearest I could come up with that it is the same principle of how it worked anyway Although the one found is obviously a lot older and more elongated.