✅ SOLVED """INTERSTING UNKNOWN OBJECT"""

jobrian

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First post on this site!! Found this object recently in an area where other mid 1800's artifacts have been recovered. Some suggestions have been a lipstick holder, message holder. It reads 69-75 on my ATPro (copper mix?). It is a tube/sleeve configuration. 2" in length when assembled. Inside the inner segment, there is a counter sunk hole. Any ideas??Much appreciated!! metal object1.jpg , metal object2.jpg , metal object3.jpg , metal object4.jpg
 

Reed Lukens

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Lipstick used to come in a boxes like a glue stick. You would take out the new cartridge or stick & slide it into the silver or decorative holder.
 
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surf

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Hello jobrian,

Welcome to Tnet & thanks for sharing your lipstick. Reed has it exactly.

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jobrian

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cool thanks guys! I couldn't find any pics online resembling this, but i just got the brilliant idea to search "old lipstick" (didnt think of that earlier). Definitely lipstick holder. thanks, Jobrian
 
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