Recent content by ANTIQUARIAN

  1. 🔎 UNIDENTIFIED Button

    Welcome to Tnet from Toronto Caleeb. :wave: You're also fortunate to have TheCannonballGuy supply you with so much historical info about your find. Best of luck to you, Dave
  2. 🔎 UNIDENTIFIED Long time lurker looking for identification help….

    ARC beat me too it... love the detailed decoration on this early hand-made stirrup. :thumbsup: Nice find, Dave
  3. THE Random Chat Thread - AKA "The RCT" - No shirt or shoes required - Open 24 / 7

    This is a great song, these ladies sound just amazing together.
  4. New crazy 1800’s on/off site, fancy buttons, copper, conestoga bell

    Great finds with an interesting back story, always love reading your posts bud! :thumbsup: I've also found a number of 1861 British Halfpenny's up here, love the look of the Conestoga Bell. Makes me wonder how folks back then kept their pants from falling down with all of the suspender clips...
  5. Got Out For A Bit Today

    Great saves Rebel, the '65 IH cleaned up beautifully too! :o In 2021, USA Coin Book estimated the value of an 1865 Indian Head Penny to be worth $16 in Average Condition and could be worth $100 to $165 or more in Uncirculated Mint Condition. Proof Coins can be worth $495 or more.
  6. Indian Wars First Aid Kit?

    Interesting find for sure... I just love these types of 'Detecting Mysteries'! :thumbsup:
  7. Buckles and buttons. Old!!

    Talk about early buckle finds... amazing saves right there! :hello2: Love to see a pic of those early buckles all cleaned up. Dave
  8. Early 1800s? silver button

    Those are some interesting finds right there! :thumbsup: It's always amazing if you find a silver button... this must've been lost by someone of means. Dave
  9. Spanish 1/2 Real - Charles IV

    Beautiful find with the 1803 Half Real, nice to hear the fields are still frost-free in your area. :hello2: How come I only find plow parts and broken horse shoes in the corn fields I hunt. :laughing7:
  10. Buster Brown Coin Silver Fork.

    What a unique find. Likely a fork that a child treasured and was devastated when they realized it was lost. :sadsmiley:
  11. Buster Brown Coin Silver Fork.

    Great information Red-Coat. :thumbsup: I'm always interested in learning about plated cutlery, mainly because I find so much of it. Dave
  12. "HUB" Cap Gun.....Ka-peeew, Ka-peeew.....

    That's a great find bmc... you know you're old when you remember using these kind of toys! :laughing7: It always amazes me how well these toy guns stand up to being buried in the ground. Dave
  13. PETRIFIED LIZARD

    I'm pretty sure if you squint your eyes and hold it up to the sun at just the right angle you can see a petrified lizard. :laughing7: But, I have to agree with TP... it's simply an interesting rock.
  14. 🥇 BANNER Rattlesnake Bit!

    I just noticed your Rattlesnake Button made it up top... congrats on achieving your second BANNER bud! :occasion14:
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