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    Are these Colonial relics?

    I dug these other relics yesterday in the same area that I dug the Pewter pipe shown in the pics a week or so ago. I posted the pipe on the Todays Finds forum and was told it is colonial. The one item looks like some type of finial maybe, and I have no idea what the big lead thing is with the hole through it. Are these colonial as well? And if so, any ideas what they are? Daniel Boone was supposed to have had a trading post somewhere in the area I've been finding this stuff back in the 1780's. Wondering if maybe I could be onto it maybe?
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    Very nice finds! Thanks for the pics.


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    YEP MAYBE . NICE FINDS

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    First picture is a part to a colonial pipe
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    Think I have seen a few of these pewter pipes on here before, thought they were somewhat rare

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    The lead with the hole looks like a net weight.

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    Very nice clay pipe (picture 1 & 2)

 

 

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