The farm cat kept its distance
Recorded on PAS database: PUBLIC-66D1A8 FASTENING
The second Clothes Fastener was copper alloy, 2.84g, 31.6 x 11.43mm. Similar item on this link
This is a copper alloy Bullion Weight for silver coinage. The weight is similar to a pound coin. On both sides are the markings D X. The D indicates the weight is for Pennies and the X indicates the weight equals 10 silver pennies. Bullion weights were used to weigh quantities of silver during the reign of William III, when much of the hammered coinage had been replaced by machine-made coins. The original silver hammered coins would often be clipped or damaged so people wanted to be paid by weight of silver. This weight dates to 1640-1816. Similar item on this link
This Crotal Bell did not have its clanger unfortunately. Crotal bells are animal bells. weight = 23,7g, 38.4mm tall, 32mm wide. Similar item on this linkWatch Winder, weight = 1.6g, 24.2mm long, 14mm wide, 2.21mm depth. Similar item on this link
ThimbleThis is my Mystery Item. It is of copper alloy, weight = 100g, 16.7mm tall, base is 20.4mm diameter. Answers on a postcard please!
This silver James I penny was found