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worthyteach

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Hi worthyteach and welcome,

It's a broken flint nodule (derived from the chalk).

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Hello, that`s a tory MP made in flint...

greetings, Bert

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Definately a flint from the chalk. probably part of a burrow system of a crustacean filled with flint and fossilised 75 - 85 million years ago.
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Margate has been tory since the Carboniferous so I'd have to agree with Elbert.
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