Early Religious Stove Plate

cannonball

Hero Member
Feb 20, 2010
540
2,363
East Coast NJ
Detector(s) used
DEUS 11 Fisher F75ltd,TDI Minelab Excailber
Primary Interest:
Relic Hunting
I had a little play time so I decided to hit a new site before work, This early stove plate came up. They get me excited because I know how difficult the were to make at the time. This one may be French as I think I see a Fleur de lis in it. Enclosed is an example of a Fleur de lis cross. It may be from a 5 box stove. I guess that I'll have to try to find the rest of it in a million acers or Pine Barrens:dontknow:
 

Attachments

  • plate.jpg
    plate.jpg
    69.5 KB · Views: 56
  • plate0.jpg
    plate0.jpg
    29.2 KB · Views: 41
Upvote 13

Digger RJ

Gold Member
Aug 24, 2017
15,406
26,807
SW Missouri/Oklahoma
🥇 Banner finds
1
🏆 Honorable Mentions:
2
Detector(s) used
Minelab CTX 3030; Minelab Equinox 800;
XP Deus 2
Primary Interest:
All Treasure Hunting
I had a little play time so I decided to hit a new site before work, This early stove plate came up. They get me excited because I know how difficult the were to make at the time. This one may be French as I think I see a Fleur de lis in it. Enclosed is an example of a Fleur de lis cross. It may be from a 5 box stove. I guess that I'll have to try to find the rest of it in a million acers or Pine Barrens:dontknow:
Very Cool!!! Congrats!!!
 
OP
cannonball

cannonball

Hero Member
Feb 20, 2010
540
2,363
East Coast NJ
Detector(s) used
DEUS 11 Fisher F75ltd,TDI Minelab Excailber
Primary Interest:
Relic Hunting
  • Thread Starter
  • Thread starter
  • #5

Hunk-a-lead

Bronze Member
Dec 20, 2020
2,043
3,143
Kansas City
Detector(s) used
Nokta Legend, Garrett Carrot, Predator Phoenix Shovel, White's hand digger
Primary Interest:
Metal Detecting
I had a little play time so I decided to hit a new site before work, This early stove plate came up. They get me excited because I know how difficult the were to make at the time. This one may be French as I think I see a Fleur de lis in it. Enclosed is an example of a Fleur de lis cross. It may be from a 5 box stove. I guess that I'll have to try to find the rest of it in a million acers or Pine Barrens:dontknow:
really cool find, thanks
 

Top Member Reactions

Users who are viewing this thread

Top