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    Held ID possible old button?

    Not sure what this is. It seems to be made of lead as it is heavy and can be bent.




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    It is a hem weight or a curtain weight. Some were on old dresses and lots were on the corners of curtains. It is lead
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    Quote Originally Posted by ScubaDetector View Post
    It is a hem weight or a curtain weight. Some were on old dresses and lots were on the corners of curtains. It is lead
    Wow. Thanks alot. 19th or 20th century?

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    Quote Originally Posted by aaron.cieply View Post
    Wow. Thanks alot. 19th or 20th century?

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    YES.

    LOL best answer I can give. Most likely 20th
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    Quote Originally Posted by aaron.cieply View Post
    Wow. Thanks alot. 19th or 20th century?

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    Its both, but if it were whiter you could guess 19th C, this looks more early 20th C.
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