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    Discoil kind of day.

    I went back out to the historic Native American site today that I've been metal detecting after finding the tomahawk or trade axe yesterday. (I posted the axe on "Today's Finds yesterday) Today, was shotgun shell and beer can day and I wasn't really finding too much of what I was looking for. Close to the end of the hunt, I was walking along in the field and spotted what I thought at first was a 4" PVC pipe cap laying about 75 feet away. Thinking that it was odd for a pipe cap to be out in the middle of no where, I walked closer and found this discoal laying out in the sun in plain view. I'm sure glad that I checked it! It's going to clean up well and has itself a new home in the display cabinet.
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    Here is the axe head that I found yesterday and posted in case you didn't see it.
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    Nice finds!

    Really nice!

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    Nice find , I saw your other post too nice finds especially the copper arrow tips
    I would rather see an authentic broken scraper posted than a G-10 Artifake!

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    Very cool finds. It sure looks like spring there.

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    That's a killer, Jim!

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    Quote Originally Posted by welsbury View Post
    Very cool finds. It sure looks like spring there.
    Yep. Already cutting grass and swatting bugs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sandchip View Post
    That's a killer, Jim!
    Thanks! It’s a first for me. I’ve seen several found but, up until now I didn’t have one in my collection.

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    That's one of the nicest ones I've ever seen. Good save.
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    It cleaned up pretty good!
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    Big sucker too!
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    Yes it is. It’s one of the largest that some of the local collectors have seen. One said it looked like an uncooked cat head biscuit. Lol.
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    Very nice Discoidal. Is it made from Limestone?
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    "Welcome back my friends, to the show that never ends."

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Grim Reaper View Post
    Very nice Discoidal. Is it made from Limestone?
    I think it’s quartz. Too heavy and sturdy to be limestone in my opinion.
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    You can’t tell it in the picture but the top and sides are polished very smooth. I don’t believe limestone can be done that way.
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