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    Cast Iron Ashtray, is it possible?

    Well this thing weighs 3 pounds and looks like a cast iron ashtray, any other ideas would be most welcome.

    Found in a field about a foot down. Nothing else around it.

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    Underneath

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    Looks like a "foot" off of a piece of equipment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kingskid1611 View Post
    Looks like a "foot" off of a piece of equipment.
    I thought that at first but can see nothing that would suggest it attached to anything other than the "teeth" inside it.
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    "Nid aur yw popeth melyn" - Everything that is yellow is not gold

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    Maybe a foot from a bumper jack.
    back of the boat

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    Do some electrolysis on it and use it for an ashtray.
    No one will steal it.

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    Kind of looks like the bottom of a crankcase off a tractor?
    More than likely farm machinery related considering where you found it.

    Dave
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    foot for equipment sounds right
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    It is the base to a raised pavement marker from the UK. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Raised_pavement_marker Name:  IMG_2309.JPG
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dzrt1st View Post
    It is the base to a raised pavement marker from the UK.
    Great ID!!
    Last edited by Doubter in MD; Jan 07, 2019 at 12:32 PM.
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    Welcome and well done, Dzrt1!
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    I wonder how it got out in a field? Any roads nearby?
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    Good ID Ive been watching this one!!!!!
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    gb
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dzrt1st View Post
    It is the base to a raised pavement marker from the UK. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Raised_pavement_marker Name:  IMG_2309.JPG
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    What a brilliant ID. Thanks so much for that.

    Now I just have to figure out how it got into a middle of a field that is nowhere near a road. The nearest tarmac road is 3 miles away.
    "Nid aur yw popeth melyn" - Everything that is yellow is not gold

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    gb
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    Quote Originally Posted by ripvanb View Post
    I wonder how it got out in a field? Any roads nearby?
    Nothing nearby at all so now thats the next part of the puzzle
    "Nid aur yw popeth melyn" - Everything that is yellow is not gold

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    My initial guess would be that it was dug up and hauled away along with the dirt and debris during a road reconstruction project which was then dumped or used as fill dirt.
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