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    Who knows what is this?

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    Size?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ffuries View Post
    Size?
    Despite what you may have heard, it does matter.

    I'know you photographed it on gridded paper but without knowing the size of the grid squares it's hard to determine the size.
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    It looks like one of those incense burners a priest uses. I only saw it on TV. I have never been in a Catholic church.

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    It's possibly a sceptre. Assuming 1/2" grid squares it's approximately 16" long.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Doubter in MD View Post
    Despite what you may have heard, it does matter.

    I'know you photographed it on gridded paper but without knowing the size of the grid squares it's hard to determine the size.
    16 cm

    Find in Ukraine
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fargo31 View Post
    16 cm

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    Ok. So my guess on the grid squares was off by quite a bit. So it's just under 6 1/2". Much smaller than I thought.
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    Rich kids baby rattle......I don't have a clue, look forward to forthcoming ideals.
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    If you take a closer look at the letter T
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    Magic wand, I win, one corvette please. Idk what it is, it does look religious, perhaps orthodox Christian ??
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    I agree that it has a religious look to it. It's not an incense burner. Maybe half of a scroll holder?
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    Welcome Fargo, interesting find!

    I think religious too but maybe a book mark. That would definitely cure a baby for sticking his fingers in his mouth, LOL!
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    I agree with scroll holder. Welcome to tnet from Niagara Falls.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ffuries View Post
    Rich kids baby rattle......I don't have a clue, look forward to forthcoming ideals.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DCMatt View Post
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    So Fargo31, does it rattle?
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