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    All Types Of Treasure Hunting

    Tomahawk

    Earlier this week I post a caulking iron thinking it was a tomahawk. Thinks to treasure net I learned what a caulking iron was. Well today I went back and down below the plow line I found the axe on the left. I'd call it a tomahawk because it's so small. I was excited. Found the other axe and piece of pottery too that mark was on another thread and I think they said it was around 1837. Click image for larger version. 

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    Bill B

    Sep 2010
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    Very nice find from the early eighteen hundreds.try to get back

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    Randy

    Aug 2017
    SW Missouri/Oklahoma
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    Cool!!! Congrats!!!
    What would life be without challenges, and detecting of course.....

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    Nick

    Nov 2012
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    Looks like you have a worthy site to hunt and explore!



    Cleaning Up The Planet...One Pull Tab At A Time.

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    Fat
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    Dark skinned women digging there toes in white sugar sand beaches
    May we have a lot more pics please. I recently saw one very similar from close to sand creek massacre site. Will try and compare.
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    ca
    Feb 2009
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    Need some photos of the socket of the heads.
    Very nice recoveries-congrats!
    "If it was easy-It would have already been done-Life 101."
    “I treat the outside world as one raw very warm wet chicken that has sitting out too long. wash and sterilize everything me touches.” — pepperj

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    Here are some more pics.I wanted to knock some more rust off but scared I may break it so i left it alone.Click image for larger version. 

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    ca
    Feb 2009
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    I see what you mean, probably the only way is electrolyse, heat to dry, then wax the head. This will stop the decay of the head that id well on it's way of decaying.

    I would recommend that you post this up in the North American Indian Artifacts

    The knowledge of the members that frequent the forum is unlimited.

    Thanks for the pics.
    "If it was easy-It would have already been done-Life 101."
    “I treat the outside world as one raw very warm wet chicken that has sitting out too long. wash and sterilize everything me touches.” — pepperj

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    us
    Apr 2016
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    Very nice!

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    May 2007
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    yeah that is super cool

    vp

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    BP Lover

    Dec 2020
    Kansas City
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    way cool, awesome finds

 

 

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