Encountered on a stroll through local woodland, in an area that used to be notorious for fly-tipping. It was not uncommon to see the rusting hulks of broken washing machines, tattered arm-chairs and other such unwanted items of household furniture here, but now all that remains are these tiny fragments that the council's clean-up crews missed.
So what was this thing? Presumably part of some domestic electronic item. My best guess is that it is the clunky channel-changing push-button unit from a pre-remote control colour television of the 1970s. I'm pretty sure we had something quite similar attached to ours back then. I always wondered why we had four buttons when there were only three channels to choose from.
Actually, you can just about make out the buttons in this old photo...
Any better suggestions...?