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  1. The Fort

    The Fort

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  3. Sea Glass

    Sea Glass

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  5. Old Barn

    Old Barn

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    Old Barn
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  8. Bridal Rosette?

    Thanks, I think you're right.
  9. Mackinaw Refrigerator Co. nameplate tag

    Thanks, it is something different. I don't fine a lot of tags of any kind & it's always nice to find one.
  10. ✅ SOLVED Bridal Rosette?

    Is this part of a two piece horse bridal rosette. It has a ornate design on it & the diameter is 2". Editors note: I accidentally posted this in another part of the forum and somebody ID it has a pocket watch back . So I'm going to put this down has solved.
  11. Bridal Rosette?

    I found this today. Is it part of a two piece horse bridal rosette. It has an ornate design on it. The diameter is 2". Dose anybody recognize the design on it. Edit .... I wanted to post this in the what is it.
  12. Mackinaw Refrigerator Co. nameplate tag

    I found this Brass Mackinaw Refrigerator Co nameplate tag from a early 1900's ice box today.
  13. ✅ SOLVED Help with ID

    I tried to clean it up some & took some better pics. I do have a tough time deciphering these monograms. But to me it looks like MSR.
  14. ✅ SOLVED Help with ID

    Thanks tamarack. Except for the initials there are no markings. It does have some weight to it. I think I'll get a gold & silver test kit and thanks for the information on the monogram.
  15. ✅ SOLVED Help with ID

    Thanks cmthunder. That's what it looks like to me too. It would be great if I could put a name to the initials.
  16. ✅ SOLVED Help with ID

    Thanks ticndig & ARC. I going to put this down has solved. It could be a topper for a cane or walking stick swagger. I did fine examples of both when I did a web search.
  17. ✅ SOLVED Help with ID

    The shaft is 1/2 inch diameter.
  18. ✅ SOLVED Help with ID

    I found this today at a house that date's back to the 1700-1800"s. There appears to be writing on it. Somebody's initials? The metal is non-magnetic. I do know that Isaac Worral lived there.
  19. Window peekers…

    Try clicking the edit button on your original post. Make the correction then you must click the save button for it to take.
  20. Park Hunt

    Park Hunt

    Found some mercs & wheaties at a park.