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Most likely it's mica that's common in sand which was a constituent of the scratch coat layer it's in. Nothing to be concerned about.
This is typical of one plastering method that was pretty common in that era.
Asbestos doesn't look anything like that. It's fibrous and most of the time you can't see the fibers.
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