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SheldonG

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Found this little object while magnet fishing off a dock in a small river. Thought it looked like some sort of pellet or small bullet. Maybe those with more experience can tell me. Ive been magnet fishing only about two weeks.8-)
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Maybe some type of rivet. Welcome to Treasurenet. Can you put a coin next to the item and take a few more pictures at different angles ?
 
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SheldonG

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Maybe some type of rivet. Welcome to Treasurenet. Can you put a coin next to the item and take a few more pictures at different angles ?
 

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Gare

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Sure looks like some type of Rivet. Maybe a steel boat rivet ?
 

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The rivet looking thing does look like a rivet. Could be the little thingy that goes on the end of some control cables to secure it in a slot or recess.Think throttle cable maybe! Scythe blade is a good guess on the blade thingy.
 

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Before welding became popular a lot of small boats were put together with pitch or tar as a sealer between metals and they were riveted together
 

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