Old Eveready battery. Probably used for a radio, about six inches high, three inches across. It’s difficult to imagine that batteries were once so large and heavy.
Nut and bolt. On the large end of the scale.
Half a pair of binoculars. Should that be a ‘nocular’?
Rower’s seat pad. Filled with gel to ease pressure on the backside. Found on the Thames shore at Hurlingham.
Rolling tobacco. Golden Virginia is made in Nottingham, England, by Imperial Tobacco and is sold throughout Europe. It was first marketed in the UK in 1877.
Rooting houseplant. Looks like some kind of giant shrimp.
Mango. Found on the shore in Hurlingham, Fulham. Not locally grown.