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    Strange objects??(update new pic)

    What about these ones. Does anybody know what they stand for?

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  2. #2
    TreasureTales

    Re: Strange objects??

    What are their dimensions? The largest item looks like it has a symbol from a chess board - the Knight. The round item could be something like a pipe collar or flange. The smallest item could be a zipper pull. Hard to say since I don't know your surroundings.

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    Re: Strange objects??

    What are their dimensions? The largest item looks like a piece from a chess board - the Rook.
    I believe you mean the knight - the horsey guy. The rook is the little castle thinghy. Bishops are the pointy ones.

    Horse rearing usually indicates strength or verility. Horse's bust stands for . . . someone liking horses?
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    TreasureTales

    Re: Strange objects??

    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie P. (NY)
    What are their dimensions? The largest item looks like a piece from a chess board - the Rook.
    I believe you mean the knight - the horsey guy. The rook is the little castle thinghy. Bishops are the pointy ones.

    Horse rearing usually indicates strength or verility. Horse's bust stands for . . . someone liking horses?
    Guess you can tell I don't play much chess. LOL ok, I'll correct my post.

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    Re: Strange objects??

    Well here is little more unidentified objects.
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  6. #6
    TreasureTales

    Re: Strange objects??(update new pic)

    You got some interesting stuff but I haven't a clue what any single item was used for. All that stuff would make a great display because it's intriguing. Nice haul.

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    Re: Strange objects??(update new pic)

    cool , but no clue
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    Re: Strange objects??

    Quote Originally Posted by AarreMaanAlla
    Well here is little more unidentified objects.
    Bottom left 3 are Lead Bag Seals.

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    Re: Strange objects??(update new pic)

    several items in first pic have designs that may be Celtic/Norse,but I have no Idea as to use.
    Nice finds though.
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