To me they look like corroded bolt or rivet holes
I would agree with Dave.
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Possibly bolt holes but, the rivet holes are smaller and can be seen also.
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You could quite possibly be correct. The look and thickness could be from an aircraft. Maybe a crash-site right of the coast, or a part that fell of when the bomber disintigrated. Danny
Can't say if it's bullet holes but the metal has been penetrated by something, you can see where the edges of the holes are folded away from the surface of the metal.
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The smaller rivet holes have not corroded I notice, might be significant. Interesting find anyway, I would go back to the spot and have a closer look.
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I have the accident reports for all crashes during the war, so if you want to tell me more preciselly where you found it i can probably tell you which aircraft it comes from.
I know of at least five in the waters between Lomma around the coast and to Simrishamn.