🔎 UNIDENTIFIED any ideas? I would love to know what these items were

cub1024

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Rhode Island. found items 1-2 ft ( or deeper) in the ground 20190211_155341 (2).jpg 20180922_182530.jpg 20180922_182551.jpg 20180922_182641.jpg 20190211_144555.jpg 20180922_174736.jpg 20180922_174801.jpg 20180922_174924.jpg 20190211_154438.jpg 20190211_153608.jpg 20190211_154326 (2).jpg 20190211_154516.jpg 20190211_154536.jpg 20190211_155341 (2).jpg 20180922_174836.jpg 20190211_153513.jpg 20190211_145958.jpg 20190211_150054.jpg 20190211_150229.jpg 20180922_175542.jpg 20180922_175756.jpg 20180922_182010.jpg 20190211_145958.jpg 20180922_183227.jpg 20190211_150229.jpg 20190211_150157.jpg 20190211_150244.jpg 20190211_151916.jpg
 

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Older The Better

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3rd row looks like a rivet
4,9,15, and a bunch at the end square nails
11 and 12 look like a wick adjuster for an oil lamp.
I know it’s hard when you’ve got a lot to ask about but you’ll get better responses if you don’t throw so much out at once or at least give a better way to reference a pic like a b c or something.
 
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ticndig

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It's hard to tell but a lot of the hardware looks like what is used in wooden bridge construction .
 
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