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    Mixed Bag?

    It was a beautiful day. Got out to one of my favorite spots and combed the shady areas with the 6" coil on my equinox.
    The first signal produced the Merc. Several nails and can slaw later, the harmonica reed in 3 pieces. The pulley thing is brass or bronze . I'm stumped as to it's use or origin.The cap gun handle was a blast from the past. I think I had one just like it when I was a boy.Finally the 25 cent token. Both sides are identical, there is no advertising or name. The font looks old fashioned. A quick google search didn't help.
    Any ideas-date?
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    Very Nice!!! Congrats!!!
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    Here's your toy gun. The steer motif was popular on Colt Single Action revolvers in the late 1800's. Gary
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    The token is either a generic sample token to be used until a full order is received or a token order purchased as a lot with other denominations with no intent of having any other information provided by purchaser and to be used change
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    Nice Merc. Had hopes for the token until James chimed in.

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    Thank you all. I'm jealous of the intact cap gun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ToddsPoint View Post
    Here's your toy gun. The steer motif was popular on Colt Single Action revolvers in the late 1800's. Gary
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    It's similar but not the same since obviously yours has a plastic inlay on the handle and the other is all metal.

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    Congrats on the relics and silver!

 

 

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