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« on: March 20, 2021, 03:56:55 PM »

Hi folks,
Turned up this piece of what I think is bronze, yesterday.
Approx 8 inches down on area of pasture.
Nox 800 4x4 setting.
It is very smooth with an even green patina.
There seems to be some scoring near the tip, I thought It might have happened as I was digging it up but the marks are much to fine to be from my
Digging tool. My first thought was could it be a pot leg,
But it looks much thinner and longer than other pot legs I have found.
Any ideas welcome.
Regards
Rees


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