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Can it be a roman seal? Small, rectangular, with letters

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AquilaSPQR:
I got this one in the roman lot. I have no idea about ancient lead seals and there is much less info about ancient seals than ancient coins on the Internet. It seems there's MSSE[?] there, MSSEC, MSSEQ or MSSEO. Letters look quite old, so I think it's older than XIX century. I've also found a bit similar one here:

https://www.heritage.norfolk.gov.uk/record-details?TNF1179

Any information about this one would be greatly appreciated.

SC:
The lettering certainly looks Roman.  If this was larger and found as a bread stamp or brick stamp I would not doubt it was Roman.

Not sure how and for what such a tiny stamp could be used but maybe others know.

SC

Gert:
Yes, definitely Roman.
Regards
Gert

quadrans:
I also have something similar but different letters...

https://www.forumancientcoins.com/gallery/displayimage.php?pid=120153

Regards

 Joe/Q.

AquilaSPQR:
Thank you all very much for your help.

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