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Rustang
Could this be anything!?  IMG_20191101_171123.jpg  IMG_20191101_171110.jpg  IMG_20191101_171101.jpg  IMG_20191101_171048.jpg 
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prep01
May I know where this was found, it's size (please use a scale in all photos) and can you scratch it with something made of steel?
Colin Huller
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Rustang
Hi, sorry found at Port Mulgrave, approx 
20mm long 20mm wide 11mm thick, has a slight curve to it black and grey ish brown in colour, not sure it's made of steel. It also has faint ribbing on the side that looks like it would have continued to go over the top, like a dull amonmite so could be just a very worn piece of Ammonite!
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prep01
I acyually wanted to know how hard it is, butI think it is a tiny section of an ammonite
Colin Huller
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Rustang
Cheers 
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estwing
That's a very waterworn piece of an outer whorl of an ammonite.
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