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  1. 🔎 UNIDENTIFIED Curved brass piece?

    Dozer, your the Boss! Thanks!
  2. 🔎 UNIDENTIFIED Curved brass piece?

    Hello, Found this in my backyard under a big sycamore. Silver washed brass and heavy construction. Reminds me of a giant fingernail! Any ID help greatly appreciated! Hope you staying cool
  3. 14oz of solid mushroom gold :)

    Nice Catch! Sure looks weird to me too
  4. Found this quartz arrowhead while digging a target

    Awesome surprise! Here’s one I found in the same way.
  5. Very Cool Battle of Waterloo 1815 Flat Button and a Large Cent!

    Sweet button! I found one very similar A few years ago. There were several variations made.
  6. A first(and prolly last) We had no idea what it was

    Hunting Deer, thanks, I would of saw no humor in it either! I’ve done that with 2 piece buttons before, just crumble in your hand...
  7. A first(and prolly last) We had no idea what it was

    ARC, All that was in reference to the 18th century wig curler, what I had initially intended to be the focus item of the thread, but the coin eclipsed it lol. No one I showed it to had a clue what it was and , prolly last as in I highly doubt I will find another.
  8. A first(and prolly last) We had no idea what it was

    Silvermonkey,Thanks !
  9. Sad coin

    Sounds like lots of good targets there. Never owned a Tejon, isn’t it all sound? I find a display fairly useless in a lot of trash, the stuff I hate is all those bits of siding if it’s got aluminum- sound soo good
  10. A first(and prolly last) We had no idea what it was

    Hunk-a lead, thanks.
  11. A first(and prolly last) We had no idea what it was

    Dang that’s pretty! You topped me in the luck department!
  12. A first(and prolly last) We had no idea what it was

    Mx , thanks, have never done it with arrowheads, were you sifting?
  13. A first(and prolly last) We had no idea what it was

    Clay/ceramic- I thought it was the stem of a pipe when I first saw it
  14. A first(and prolly last) We had no idea what it was

    Gare, it’s about half of an 18th century clay wig curler, London origin, stamped “WB”, sorry about the bad pic. I don’t know how to add a link, but if you search” Boiling, baking and curling 18th century wigs”, it will give you a site where archeologists found similar ones at my Vernon
  15. A first(and prolly last) We had no idea what it was

    Toasted, thanks that’s great info- so maybe the lower silver content made it more brittle and apt to break not bend? I dug a half dime once, and sunk my digger straight into the center of it. it didn’t break, came out looking like a miniature taco shell
  16. A first(and prolly last) We had no idea what it was

    Yea you can’t take it for granted that’s for sure
  17. A first(and prolly last) We had no idea what it was

    Pepper, thanks they were only 6-8 feet apart in a farmed field . Doesn’t look like a new break, guess the disc hit it then missed it a few time lol
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