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    us
    Sep 2016
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    I'd be surprised if anyone can ID this

    It is hollow on inside yet heavy and thick metal. Got some age for sure and with the two holes across from one another, around base, it may have capped something?
    I love finding these old, insignificant and worthless old treasures!
    what the heck is it?
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  2. #2

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    Pole end for a large tent. Funeral tent or larger.
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    Bob

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    Got me, dunno
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  5. #5
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    Dec 2007
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    I think Tony is right. It looks like a really old one of these:
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    Bruce Reigle

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    Looks like the tip or foot from a wooden surveyors tripod, need more pix.
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    DALTON

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    I think weíre all on to it. It appears to be the foot of something but heck so many things have feet so who knows. Iíve seen tables with them, old dressers, surveyors tripod, tent stake pretty much a huge list
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    Don't be surprised . . .we all know it's probably some type of foot.

    Breezie
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    Windrider

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    Antique Harness/Collar Ball, size indicates animal size/load
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    DALTON

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    Quote Originally Posted by Breezie View Post
    Don't be surprised . . .we all know it's probably some type of foot.

    Breezie
    Where ya been breezie. I havenít seen you around in a while or Iím just on the wrong threads
    Digging up relics one day at a time. Always looking for fellow detectorist to go out with and enjoy this hobby. Been swinging a coil going on 24 years now this year and loving every minute of it.

    Everyone is just one swing away from finding that one target to change your whole life

    Also I want to thank all my great friends on here for keeping me going through all these years. Couldn't do it without yall.

    Visit my YouTube Channel: Relic Recovery Specialist. Will be adding new videos every day. Thanks for the support everyone.

    CHECK OUT MY YOUTUBE SITE AT:
    http://www.youtube.com/user/relic recovery specialist

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    ARC

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    Oh yeah... surprised ehhh...

    Furniture leg "end cap".
    Have permission... Fill holes... Dispose of trash. - The Random Chat Thread - http://www.treasurenet.com/forums/ev...l-welcome.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by civil_war22 View Post
    Where ya been breezie. I haven’t seen you around in a while or I’m just on the wrong threads
    It's good to be missed. Thanks for asking. I've been here, there, and everywhere. On December 29th, I had a massive heart attack due to a 99% blockage in the 'widowmaker' artery and within 8 minutes my local hospital had me via ambulance on the way to Duke (the leading heart hospital in the US.) Since I have a good diet, blood pressure, cholesterol, etc, the docs said it was hereditary. (Thanks Daddy) Duke put in a stent, and now I'm in Cardiac Rehab 3 days a week. So slowly, but surely I'll be back swinging my metal detector soon!
    Last edited by Breezie; Feb 22, 2018 at 05:44 PM.
    Every time I watch Gone With The Wind, I think we're gonna win this time!

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    DALTON

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    Quote Originally Posted by Breezie View Post
    It's good to be missed. Thanks for asking. I've been here, there, and everywhere. On December 29th, I had a massive heart attack due to a 99% blockage in the 'widowmaker' artery and within 8 minutes my local hospital had me via ambulance on the way to Duke (the leading heart hospital in the US.) Since I have a good diet, blood pressure, cholesterol, etc, the docs said it was hereditary. (Thanks Daddy) Duke put in a stent, and now I'm in Cardiac Rehab 3 days a week. So slowly, but surely I'll be back swinging my metal detector soon!
    Well sorry to hear that. Itís good to hear youíre back on your feet and will be able to be back detecting soon.
    Breezie likes this.
    Digging up relics one day at a time. Always looking for fellow detectorist to go out with and enjoy this hobby. Been swinging a coil going on 24 years now this year and loving every minute of it.

    Everyone is just one swing away from finding that one target to change your whole life

    Also I want to thank all my great friends on here for keeping me going through all these years. Couldn't do it without yall.

    Visit my YouTube Channel: Relic Recovery Specialist. Will be adding new videos every day. Thanks for the support everyone.

    CHECK OUT MY YOUTUBE SITE AT:
    http://www.youtube.com/user/relic recovery specialist

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    Breezie, sorry to hear of your health issues, but it sounds as though you are well on your way to a Full Recovery. It sounds as though you have taken care of yourself, and when the unexpected happens it helps us bounce back much sooner than if we weren't healthy before an incident occurs. Take care, and God's Speed to you. You'll be back swinging the coil before you know it.
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  15. #15
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    I think it's a parasol topper. Maybe as old as mid 19th C. You can see the wear on one side from use as a walking stick.

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