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  1. #16
    Sep 2011
    Denver, Colorado
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    Maybe a hot fire caused something silver to melt and run down into a crevice or gap in stone floor, or?? Interesting piece.
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  2. #17

    Jan 2018
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    This is maybe not surgical instrument. I had in mind under the hinged landmark.Click image for larger version. 

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ID:	1536358 Since it is a nugget with natural impunities, it is harder than pure silver. Maybe it was made with cold forging, when they didn`t know how to melt metal?
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