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  1. Shield/Crown logo, Need help with ID

    B.B. King? nah, maybe Bo Diddley though...:icon_scratch: He did own a property not to far from here8-)
  2. Shield/Crown logo, Need help with ID

    Need help ID'ing this makers mark. Object chimes in at 79-80 on the AT Pro, it's approx 2'' in length. Possible Lipstick container? Cigar container? The Makers mark looks to be a shield with a crown, with an image inside the shield that looks like the letter B (mirror imaged)...
  3. Deer head Button ID

    thanks for the info @bigcypresshunter , 1940-50's sounds spot on for the button, same as other items I've found in the area.
  4. Deer head Button ID

    Found this little dude in the desert by Las Cruces, NM. Chimed in around 80-84 on the ATPro. Looks like a deer/elk head embellished on the front. Possible button, maybe Rosette? Please help with ID of manufacturer and Date. Thanks, Jobrian
  5. ✅ SOLVED lead/nickel object with alphabet on it

    good evening! this object is made of lead or nickel, chimes in at 57 on the teknetics. It is 1 3/8" in diameter. It has the alphabet on it and looks like it might have a symbol, possibly the letter "A" on the inside. No markings on back. Possibly an old decoder?
  6. ✅ SOLVED Bullet ID

    HAHA! still laughing!
  7. ✅ SOLVED Bullet ID

    Good evening. found these two today. Firsts for me! Long bullet (?) is .38"-.39" wide, and about 1.08"-1.09" long. It is hexagonal. On the inside there appears to be some "thread like" lines. It almost seems to have been crimped on the back end. Maybe this rules it out as a bullet. I'm not...

    Thanks duggap, I'm marking it solved!

    Happy Christmas eve/Holidays to all of you! Found this in an area with items dating from the 1850's to present. It is made of lead. it is .50" wide, and approx .33" thick. It has some lettering on the inside, visible are S, SH (followed by another letter), and a T. My first thought was a piece...
  10. ✅ SOLVED bullet ID

    AWESOME! Thanks Cannonball Guy. I appreciate the info. And I will definitely hit that spot slow and low. Jobrian
  11. ✅ SOLVED bullet ID

    @fyrffytr1, I believe its lead. It chimes in mid to high 60's on the AT Pro (correction from earlier when i said 35-50). I'm still thinking bullet. Scabbard tip would be awesome though!
  12. ✅ SOLVED bullet ID

    New bullet added to the collection! bullet diameter is .53". it is .87" tall. Don't know the weight. The VDI # was very different from other minie ball/old bullets that i have found. It jumped around 35-50 on the AT Pro. Is this a sharps carbine? Thanks for looking, Jobrian
  13. old handle ID

    @DCMatt, its 3 3/4" long by 2 6/16" tall. bout 1/2" at it thick where the word is. Thanks for working w/photo, you can really see it that way. Metal Detecting mysteries, so bitter sweet!
  14. old handle ID

    Ok, after further inspection i believe it says LAXGAN CO. I have done various searches on the internet with no success. Anybody know of a company by this name? also, what else would this go to besides a trunk/chest?
  15. old handle ID

    It's a handle, it's made of iron.Trying to figure out the name on the handle. It appears to have the name/word LAXOANDO or DAXCANOO, or some variation of those letters.
  16. ✅ SOLVED Bronze bell mystery

    looks like it says, Mary Jose Año De 1683, cant quite figure out the other word. something with a Cross. the J and S are joined w/a cross , maybe signifies a marriage
  17. Possible Bead

    @rock, thanks
  18. Possible Bead

    I agree not a bead, and im pretty sure if it was carved, anyone in the last couple hundred years could have accomplished this masterpiece!
  19. Possible Bead

    carved rock? hello, this is my first post in the this forum. I found this rock awhile back, and thought it looked interesting. Kinda looks carved. coloration differs from top to bottom and is very smooth in texture. I found it while hunting some 1800's spots. Just thought I would get some...
  20. copper thing

    @cudamark, it chimes in at a solid 79-80 on the AT Pro, if you look at the last pic, the close up of the inside. You can see a little bit of what looks like copper.