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Lucy Cameron
Sorry for the mass posting. This is my last enquiry for the time being
This is my mother’s find in CO9 (Essex/Suffolk borders) and it has always puzzled her.
Always hopeful fo have found something exciting.
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Dirty Pete
I could be wrong but it looks like a fossil/sedimentary structure fragment that's been replaced by pyrite (FeS2). I think pyrite is quite a common mineral in the London Clay.
Cheers
Pete. 
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