🔎 UNIDENTIFIED Instrument reed?

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Heavy metal with a nice green patina. It seems whole. The little holes and cut increments are intriguing. Or maybe it’s just horse tack.
 

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Detector mom

Detector mom

Full Member
Oct 5, 2011
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237
Northern NJ
Detector(s) used
white's mdx 300; simplex plus
Primary Interest:
All Treasure Hunting
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Bingo! Here's an ad from a 1917 American Pediatrics publication:

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This has to be if and the timeframe fits. Though the property has been in use/occupied since colonial times, a lot of the stuff I find is from this period. Brilliant research! 🤩
 
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