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Got these in a job lot of Roman detector finds . Can't seem to find any info on them .Uniface and 12mm across . any help is much appreciated .1675654061_20220125_204422(2).thumb.jpg.aa8c36e17555df2074bc9449f39451f5.jpg

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I've never seen any Roman design remotely like that. I'd say it is more likely to be (perhaps) a token? In which case it is more likely to be 17th or 18th Century...

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8 hours ago, Peckris 2 said:

I've never seen any Roman design remotely like that. I'd say it is more likely to be (perhaps) a token? In which case it is more likely to be 17th or 18th Century...

I knew they weren't  Roman , the lot also had  an old farthing token and some sort of small advertising medal amongst them.

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