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    21 years old my dream is to find my first gold coin this year my best finds are a big meteorite a 1915 Worcester license plate,1847 peace flask,1750/80 flat button,1800s silver perfume flask 1857 upper bank of Canada token a native American grinding stone,1876,1892,1902 Indian heads 14k gold Jesus cross Sterling silver cufflinks 1925,1919 1918,1926,1920 wheats [my older ones]

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    An odd red thing

    At first I thought it was a button now I have no clue
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    Bicycle Reflector ?

    Most Definitely a Reflector
    Bicycle reflector glass jewel balloon tire bikes others | Bicycling
    BICYCLE REFLECTOR GLASS JEWEL BALLOON TIRE BIKES OTHERS
    though different design on he plastic/Glass . Looks Very Close to Me
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    Last edited by jeff of pa; May 16, 2018 at 08:21 AM.

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    Reflector?
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    An eyeball from a teddy bear?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GaRebel1861 View Post
    An eyeball from a teddy bear?
    A teddy bear with reflective red eyes might be a little scary though!
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    People would also use them as car tag retainers.
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    I think Jeff nailed it!!

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    It looks too small to me to be a bicycle reflector? Maybe?

    What are those reflector things you see on old rail-road crossings and some stop signs?
    Any chance it's one of those?
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    Might be an old bicycle taillight from the 60s/early 70s? Definitely looks like a little 6V light bulb belongs inside it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by captain_mike View Post
    Might be an old bicycle taillight from the 60s/early 70s? Definitely looks like a little 6V light bulb belongs inside it.
    I figured that was for the Screw/Bolt . however

    That is Possible

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    That is a reflector from a stop sign.
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    Let's see a side view? Maybe Jeff's right and a bolt/screw goes through it. Maybe it's a taillight from a 50s kids pedal car? Or a carnival ride light cover? We need a side view and dimensions too...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anduril View Post
    It looks too small to me to be a bicycle reflector? Maybe?

    What are those reflector things you see on old rail-road crossings and some stop signs?
    Any chance it's one of those?
    I think this. A reflector from an old stop sign
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