✅ SOLVED I Have No Clue

nkellam22

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Feb 9, 2019
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Western Europe
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Garrett AT Pro
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I found this item in Luxembourg (Western Europe.)
It is made of either copper with the knob being made out of iron.
I have found other items dating back to the 1600s in the area as well as everything up to modern times.
Any help is appreciated.

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smokeythecat

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Nov 22, 2012
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XP Deus II
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All Treasure Hunting
I'd say an old dresser pull, at least 100 years old as it is solid brass. Today they just make junk.
 

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ANTIQUARIAN

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Apr 24, 2010
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Upper Canada 🇨🇦
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Relic Hunting
My first thought was the knob top to a tobacco tin, but a drawer pull makes more sense as smokey suggested. :thumbsup:

Dave
 

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GoldieLocks

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Dec 28, 2019
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A familial family crest insignia stamp for inwax letters/correspondence? There are no screw holes for mounting. Have you tried taking a real rubbing off the bottom?
 

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Colonial kid

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ATPRO...SIMPLEX...nokta macro..started out with bounty hunter in 1980.s then garrett 200 ace then atpro and simplex..
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Relic Hunting
I was thinking wax stamp but im not sure just a guess..
 

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