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It looks silver but doesn't smell in foil.
It measures approx 13mm and weighs 0.9 gram.
Found on a club dig on stubble 4 inch deep, along with the usual roman grots.
Nox800 beach 1 RS3 IB3
Thanks in advance Jo
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Maybe a good dollop copper in that one, but a lovely coin nonetheless
Some sort of electrical gubbins(I'm told it's a Deus). In various colours