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    Weird ball shaped fragment

    Hard like stone but has layers. Not sure if it was a complete ball or some kind of cap.Click image for larger version. 

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    maybe a stone fence topper ?
    Last edited by ticndig; Jul 09, 2019 at 08:32 PM.

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    I'm having trouble judging the size. It is about the size of a baseball?
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    It's about tennis ball size, third pic it is propped up on a Jefferson nickle.
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    whats it made of?
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    Vintage croquet ball......?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ffuries View Post
    Vintage croquet ball......?

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    Looks like a sedimentary rock nodule. We find them here that are almost perfectly round with layers like that.
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    I think those are wood? This is stone or something like it. Another neverno for the pile
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    That is interesting, might be some sort of Indian artifact.....

    I think ticndig might be on to something.....fence topper might be it
    Last edited by Toecutter; Jul 12, 2019 at 08:00 PM.
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