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Fleshtim

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Found these in Virginia, any ideas of what it is? ImageUploadedByTreasureNet.com1461368949.491227.jpg
 

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Hunks of rusted metal.

What did I win?
 
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Wow..appreciate the help, I found them at Brandy Station so I thought I would put them on here so I could get maybe some positive and insightful feedback and all I get is a smart ass remark...thanks
 
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Post in what is it, with more detail.... Size, were found and as much info as you can give. More pictures with different views. GIB was just Pocking fun. It's part of the game. Welcome to t-net. Great people on here with more knowledge than you can imagine. Someone will help

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Looks like a broken piece of a handle either from a knife of a toy gun. I don't know the size but the bumps on it suggest a plastic handle attached.
 
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Wow..appreciate the help, I found them at Brandy Station so I thought I would put them on here so I could get maybe some positive and insightful feedback and all I get is a smart ass remark...thanks


Welcome to TreasureNet & sorry for your Experience here :(
I must say not completely their Fault though

you should have read this.
[h=1]PLEASE READ BEFORE POSTING ITEMS IN "WHAT IS IT?"[/h]

then posted it here in What Is It .

Then If you were given such flippant remarks I would respond to them.

Anyway I moved this to what is It, I hope you can add more pics & Details
to see of it helps :thumbsup:
 
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Hints of two different horse shoes.
The one suggests nails in it still and the other ,IF the raised round parts are nail heads might suggest a shoe piece as well.
The gob of rust(?) on the one with nails detracts from uniformity to be more confident it is a piece of shoe .
 
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Wow..appreciate the help, I found them at Brandy Station so I thought I would put them on here so I could get maybe some positive and insightful feedback and all I get is a smart ass remark...thanks

Perhaps an insightful story and description would help.

What kind of site, old? Relics? House? Farm? Modern... and such.

Then there are the always standard questions.

What kind of metal. Will a magnet stick to it? Have you cleaned it, or is it as found? How much does it weigh?

How about another angle on the top piece? (or is that too much trouble?)

Is the tile they are on 1' squares? Needed for size...

How about the other side of the bottom piece? Same design or smooth? Any mounting places or broken parts that may help identify it, or again, too much trouble?

With the major lack of information you posted- they are just what they appear to be.

A couple of rusted hunks of metal...
 
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The one that has screws still attached(standing) without seeing anymore than you have provided.I would guess a corner brace for a door.The one laying flat looks like it might have some floral pattern on it so I would think an applique for furniture.
 
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