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    Sep 2013
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    I found a foot!

    There was penny on the flat part on the top, otherwise I wouldn't have found it! Anyone know what this went to or what it is?! Dug about two inches down in my front yard, penny was a 63
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    Sep 2013
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    More photos! At first I thought It was part of a doll but the size and toe ring are throwing me off!
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    Ever see "Chucky"?

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    Sep 2013
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    Quote Originally Posted by uglymailman View Post
    Ever see "Chucky"?
    Yeah! Always been creeped out by dolls.

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    I don't know who's foot it was, but I can tell you 'toe rings' became popular in the USA in the early 1970's when an designer from India introduced them to the USA. Toe rings were worn in India on the left foot to signify a Hindi marriage. Since 'Chucky's ring is on the right foot, I'm assuming it is a USA foot, and was made sometimes after 1973ish.

    Interesting find
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    Sep 2013
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    Quote Originally Posted by Breezie View Post
    I don't know who's foot it was, but I can tell you 'toe rings' became popular in the USA in the early 1970's when an designer from India introduced them to the USA. Toe rings were worn in India on the left foot to signify a Hindi marriage. Since 'Chucky's ring is on the right foot, I'm assuming it is a USA foot, and was made sometimes after 1973ish. Interesting find Breezie WELCOME to the forum!
    .

    Thank you so much! That fits with most of my yard finds! A lot of clad from the 50s - 70s in my front yard!
    And thanks for the welcome! I have been lurking for a couple weeks and I must say your posts are always so informative! I've learned a ton from them so thank you!
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    Cool finds, congratulations. The foot is very unique and what a great way to find it. Your metal mold is from a 1960's Mattel "Thingmaker" set. I had several of them as a kid. Liquid silicone, hot plate, burnt fingers, great fun! Sub
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  8. #8

    Mar 2013
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    Dude. It's kind of creepy. Lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Subterranean View Post
    Cool finds, congratulations. The foot is very unique and what a great way to find it. Your metal mold is from a 1960's Mattel "Thingmaker" set. I had several of them as a kid. Liquid silicone, hot plate, burnt fingers, great fun! Sub
    imagine trying to sell that actually dangerous thing today....
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    Quote Originally Posted by unclemac View Post
    imagine trying to sell that actually dangerous thing today....
    Hey, I would love to have my old one, and would probably buy one today, but I'd rather have a Thingabot 3-d printer thingy. LOL!

    I loved my thingmaker! I made bugs, flowers, other things, I don't remember, it was LONG time ago, I was 6! LOL! I remember bugging the tar, outta my mom for new liquid stuff, every time we went to JC Penny's, LOL!
    "BUT MOM! I HAVE TO MAKE THINGS"! LOL!

    That foot is too weird! LOL!
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    Quote Originally Posted by OKCollector View Post
    .

    Thank you so much! That fits with most of my yard finds! A lot of clad from the 50s - 70s in my front yard!
    And thanks for the welcome! I have been lurking for a couple weeks and I must say your posts are always so informative! I've learned a ton from them so thank you!
    If you're finding '50's coins, they're not clad! Look again! They'll be silver and wheats!

  12. #12

    Sep 2013
    Oklahoma
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    Quote Originally Posted by cudamark View Post
    If you're finding '50's coins, they're not clad! Look again! They'll be silver and wheats!
    all the 50s coins were wheaties

 

 

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