✅ SOLVED Help with ID

Hoagie

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Feb 23, 2019
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Can somebody help ID this. Normally I would put something like this with my junk finds. But this has the #86' stamped on it and I'am curious of what it could be & what 86' means. Metal could be brass or copper? A magnet will not stick to it. It was found at an old home site from late 1700's & live in until 10-15 years ago.
 

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njrelicgairl

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warren county NJ
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Whites coin master and Vanquish 540
Primary Interest:
Metal Detecting
Can somebody help ID this. Normally I would put something like this with my junk finds. But this has the #86' stamped on it and I'am curious of what it could be & what 86' means. Metal could be brass or copper? A magnet will not stick to it. It was found at an old home site from late 1700's & live in until 10-15 years ago.
Hi Hoagie
I see you got your item marked solved. Is there a place to go to on treasure net to do this? or is there a button that i can push? Just asking.
 
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Hoagie

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Feb 23, 2019
196
646
Delaware
Detector(s) used
Equinox 800, XP Deus, Fisher CZ- 21
Primary Interest:
All Treasure Hunting
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Hi Hoagie
I see you got your item marked solved. Is there a place to go to on treasure net to do this? or is there a button that i can push? Just asking.
I click the edit box in my post . Then I can click the drop down & change unidentified to solved. Then click save.
 
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ARC

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JW 8X/ML X2/VP 580
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All Treasure Hunting
This is part of... and called a "saddle clamp".
 
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