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    Question Farm finds identify

    These are the finds from a day in a farm field. Some pictures follow, first is all finds, then is several that i am not sure about. One I think is a suspender clip. But the one I am curious about is the little lead ball. Thanks
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    the little lead ball is buck shot , a very common find .
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    Can you tell us a little more about the spoon as it looks to be silver.
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    The thumb screw looks like hardware to secure a window lock on a slide-up window.
    The flat metal pieces (other than the diamond-shaped one) look like they came off a radio or TV set (dial back plate).
    The diamond-shaped key may come from a 70's era Chrysler / Dodge car.
    The round key from a GM (trunk key), 70's ear and earlier.
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    The second on top is a thumb screw widely used. The buckle is a small slip buckle maybe from a garter?
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    The spoon is silver plate
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    The spoon is indeed silver plate, but top-quality quadruple-plated. This is ‘Nobility Plate’, made by Oneida for a company called the Silver Service Club, Inc. which was a division of the Empire Crafts Corporation. They were one of the early ‘party plan’ organisers in America, using home agents to drum up orders.

    The pattern is called “Reverie”, designed in 1937 by Grosvenor N. Allen and Lloyd E. Ressegger. The ‘Nobility Plate’ name was registered that same year and I would usually expect these pieces to have that name on the back and/or four crowns in a row as symbolism for the quadruple plating.
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    There's one Mopar (Chrysler product) ignition and trunk key in the batch that may match the diamond shaped key-code tag with the hole in it.
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