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zazuk0

Tenderfoot
Jan 26, 2019
7
13
Paris Kentucky
Detector(s) used
XP Deus XP ORX Nox 800
Primary Interest:
Relic Hunting
Hello I found this interesting piece in an area I’ve been detecting that has been covered by asphalt since the early 1950s. There has been zero modern trash and lots of three ringers, several matron large cents and fatty Indians.
I tossed this in the bag and shrugged it off as something to look at later because it was covered in clay. After a general careful cleaning I could see gold gilt and part of a wooden rod still attached. I can find no markings of any kind and after pondering it looks like a flag staff piece. I found a fuzzy picture of one that I think resembles what I found does anyone have an opinion on this ? Thank you all in advance. F24DE4CD-56E1-45DB-8881-C3DBAB63898A.jpeg 43C262C0-76C6-4ECD-BD9B-32DDFCE652F1.jpeg FB0287DD-12DC-47C2-9D92-0F4EEF4EAA30.jpeg
 

Rmeav8r

Hero Member
Nov 4, 2004
553
634
NW Florida
Detector(s) used
Minelab Equinox 800, Nokta Makro Simplex+, Nokta Pinpointer
Primary Interest:
All Treasure Hunting
Part of a guideon staff possibly.
 

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Lafitte Deux

Hero Member
Jan 19, 2012
672
343
Western NC
Detector(s) used
Garrett's
Primary Interest:
Metal Detecting
I suggest posting this in the What Is It? forum. Lots of knowledge there.
 

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