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Greenwich, London, UK; January 4, 2020 (Beachcombing series No.88)

I'm still working on identifying all of these, but what I have so far is - Left to right, top to bottom (more or less): bone, herbivore tooth, bubble wand, blue and white china (probably Stuart era), herbivore tooth (maybe horse), dark green sea glass (prob. 18th c.), striped beach stone, oyster shell, fossil sea urchin, sea glass, animal bone, sea glass, herbivore jawbone (sheep or goat?), dark green sea glass (prob. 18th c.), herbivore tooth (horse?), oyster shell, herbivore teeth, small herbivore jawbone (sheep or goat?), sea glass, china (probably Victorian), animal bone, sea glass, herbivore tooth, sea glass, herbivore tooth, CO2 cartridge, sea glass, red and yellow swirled terracotta, blue and white china (probably Victorian), herbivore tooth, round flint, herbivore tooth, and another herbivore tooth, sea glass, Victoran blue and white china, red terracotta with white stone chips.

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the Beachcombing series
I'm still working on identifying all of these, but what I have so far is - Left to right, top to bottom (more or less): bone, herbivore tooth, bubble wand, blue and white china (probably Stuart era), herbivore tooth (maybe horse), dark green sea glass (prob. 18th c.), striped beach stone, oyster shell, fossil sea urchin, sea glass, animal bone, sea glass, herbivore jawbone (sheep or goat?), dark green sea glass (prob. 18th c.), herbivore tooth (horse?), oyster shell, herbivore teeth, small herbivore jawbone (sheep or goat?), sea glass, china (probably Victorian), animal bone, sea glass, herbivore tooth, sea glass, herbivore tooth, CO2 cartridge, sea glass, red and yellow swirled terracotta, blue and white china (probably Victorian), herbivore tooth, round flint, herbivore tooth, and another herbivore tooth, sea glass, Victoran blue and white china, red terracotta with white stone chips.