- May 15, 2018
- Detector(s) used
- Garrett AT Pro, Garrett Ace 350, Macro Siplex +
- Primary Interest:
- All Treasure Hunting
Hey everybody! Since we had some snow where I live, I’ve decided to spend the day attempting to identify some brass relics that I’ve come up with over the past month. They all come from the same location. One is what appears to be a rolled brass sheet with one hole at the base of it. The end with the hole is completely flat while the other end has some ridges on it, which may hint to it being broken in the past. The diamond- shaped relic appears to be an escutcheon for a furniture piece, but I thought I’d see what y’all think just to be sure. The larger circular piece appears to be slightly larger than a quarter and has two attachments at the back and one on the side. It is relatively thick. The next circular brass piece appears to be about the same size as a quarter and has one spherical hole in the center of it. The smallest piece is a long shot, but I though I’d put it out there anyway to see if somebody might recognize it. It is small and appears to have broken from something. The last circular piece has a circular center with sloped edges with a line in the center with small rectangular cut outs at each side. I know I’ve hit you guys with a lot of things at once, but I can’t seem to come up with any similar matches online. Thanks in advance for any help with the identification of these relics!