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NOTE: If You send in a find to be Identified and you receive an email from someone who Identifies your find or suggests info sources for you, be so kind as to at Least Say Thank You. I believe it may be a flattened rectangular Chinese coin. She was adopted by a Catonese father and the design does appear to be Asian. It's about six inches long and weighs about a half a pound. Do you think it's just some old pieces of fence or something more interesting? PAUL SAYS: PAUL SAYS: Hello, I'm new to metal detecting and attached are two pics of a recent find.
We have several people who take the time to try and help out others and you should show your appreciation for them when they do. Please Read When posting an item for identification help, PLEASE provide ALL the information you can about your item, including but not limited to: Accurate measurements of the item. The pictures attached are clear and I can not detect any further markings than what you see. This was found in a pasture which was the site of a home in prior to and up to at least 1875.
It has two flat-tish sides that look like they were originally meant to house string or something. Found along the old Erie canal at the forks of the Wabash river, near Huntington, Indiana. This appears to be part of a Centrifugal Governor, a device engineers used to use to keep steam engines working efficiently, in the 18th-20th century. If you could shine some light on what this is I would greatly appreciate it.The two deer heads, would have their antlers stuck together and the goal was to separate them: Bzrq M1Umc/TTRp04Twd5I/AAAAAAAAAhs/YV1BGxc5d OI/s1600/Cast Ray Allen says: Thought this was a arrowhead I dug up but is made of some kind of metal and sand pitted.Looks to be a circle surrounded by smaller circles on the front .. But what caught my attention is something is engraved or so it looks to be on the back..help would be appreciated...Found these 2 eagles or Hawks attached to each other by a chain in the Normandy region of France. Thank you, Carolyn Your stone tool is a Celt or more appropriately an Adze used by American Indians for chopping , gouging wood and many other tasks involving chopping cutting etc.They appear to be brass and I can't for the life of me find out what they would have been for. Hello Tom, First of all, thank you for having this site! We brought it to Historical Society and woman wanted us to donate it but wasn't clear as to what it was? It was made by the ground stone technique where the rough form was roughed out by chipping and the final tool was made and sharpened by grinding on an abrasive hard stone.