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    Teknetics patriot at Pound the Ground finds need help with ID.

    Any help with identification of the finds would be amazing.
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    The lead piece with the silver coin was my first hole.
    The silver my second hole. I have no clue what the lead piece is.
    The lead ball I believe to be a musket ball and the other in the pic
    A carved fishing sinker from a musket ball? I found that one by a brook.
    The other two lead round flat balls maybe again fired and hit bullets?

    Lastly the button any tips on cleaning it? Or its age.
    Thanks all.
    As always video coming soon.

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    Think your right on with the fishing weight, silver coin is a Canadian dime probably early 1900s. I know of at least 4 fish scales or Canadian silver 5 cent pieces being found at PTG, I was lucky enough to find an 1805 half reale on Saturday but not much else for the 2 day natural hunt. Was hoping for some military buttons though with the history of that area. All in all a great time with great people
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    You are correct on the musket ball. It is probably War of 1812 period as everybody went through there at that time. The silver is King George V. The oval hollow item is probably a sword throat, where the leather was attached. I also agree with the other lead item, probably a sinker. The button also appears early 19th century, which fits the local history. Nice stuff. I've been through Chazy numerous times.

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    Nice!!! Congrats!!!
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    Nice silver coin
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    Quote Originally Posted by Detectorist143 View Post
    Any help with identification of the finds would be amazing...
    You might consider posting your pictures on WHAT IS IT? for more exposure...
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    The rod with the two gears on it is likely the adjustor mechanism for a kerosene lamp. Gary
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    Quote Originally Posted by ToddsPoint View Post
    The rod with the two gears on it is likely the adjustor mechanism for a kerosene lamp. Gary
    lol beat me too it...
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    I wanted to get in the brook but didn't have the footwear for it. Congrats on the great finds!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by smokeythecat View Post
    You are correct on the musket ball. It is probably War of 1812 period as everybody went through there at that time. The silver is King George V. The oval hollow item is probably a sword throat, where the leather was attached. I also agree with the other lead item, probably a sinker. The button also appears early 19th century, which fits the local history. Nice stuff. I've been through Chazy numerous times.
    Smokey did you find anything in Chazy in the past?

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    Quote Originally Posted by smokeythecat View Post
    You are correct on the musket ball. It is probably War of 1812 period as everybody went through there at that time. The silver is King George V. The oval hollow item is probably a sword throat, where the leather was attached. I also agree with the other lead item, probably a sinker. The button also appears early 19th century, which fits the local history. Nice stuff. I've been through Chazy numerous times.
    Smokey, the oval hollow thing is way too small to be sword scabbard throat. Compare it to the dime beside it.
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    Great finds wish I knew about pound the ground love to hear all the stories and see all the great finds. Well done. Tommy
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    Ron

    Jul 2017
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    Thanks all for the info. The Lead oval piece is dime size and it is NOT hollow. Just one side is.
    I am at a total lost on this piece.
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    Could it be a Game piece made from a round ball? I'll post it in What is it tonight.
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    I found Chazy Falls, the aircraft museum and a Walmart a few miles to the north. I never dug there.
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  15. #15
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    Ron

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    Quote Originally Posted by xcopperstax View Post
    I wanted to get in the brook but didn't have the footwear for it. Congrats on the great finds!!!!
    I was going to go in. But i did not think we were allowed too. The bridge over the brook was a big hot spot. I wanted to go right there.
    I found most of the lead relics from that field.

 

 

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