🔎 UNIDENTIFIED A Few Unknowns

diggummup

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Been hunting some old homesites mixed with farmland. Anything here look familiar?

The long pointed thing isn't magnetic. Tin maybe? Hollow cone shaped. Actually resembles a giant hypodermic needle but unlike any I ever saw used on cows or horses. Looks like it was in a fire also. It was an eyeball find that was close to the other 2 dug pieces.

The flat piece is copper and has remnants of some type of cloth material still attached.

The other piece I believe is brass. It looks threaded but they are actually just rings. It is 2 pieces, that do not separate, just spin.

Anyway probably a longshot but here they are.
 

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The flat copper piece reminds me of a thing you would put a hot pot or iron on, I remember my Mom had something like that which was copper and material. I agree with ARC that #2 is a hose piece.
 
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diggummup

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Thanks guys. What's the old saying? 2 out of 3 ain't bad? Lol.

No idea on that pointed tube thing anyone?

Weather is supposed to be good tomorrow. Snow will be gone. I'm gonna head out to a new site (same land area) that had a house on it back in the 30's. It'll be a nice little hike into there. This beats beach hunting in Florida by a mile. Even if the finds don't compare. Loving it.
 
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