a few finds today from the site at a WW2 army camp. It was used by the Canadians as a pre D-Day staging post and as a demob centre post war, finally being demolished in the 60's. No detector today, just diggng around in a dump pit.
Given the Canadian link, pleased to find the Canadian button! Also shown are a couple of buckles, bakelite light fitting and a Crabtree bakelite/vitreous light switch, 1945 dated spoon with War Department arrow, and a couple of rifle round cases, a '43 dated .303 and a '43 dated .30 round, stamped RA (Remington Arms)
Does anyone know what the clamp to the left of the spoon is for as I keep finding them? It look like a clamp for a cable or wire perhaps, but don't know the application.