Krazy Kat, silver dimes, medicine bottle, license plate

Squirrel322

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Most of this is from a couple sidewalk tear-outs. The enamel pin is a newspaper cartoon character called “Krazy Kat” which ran from 1913-1944. The pin is probably from the 1930’s.
The licenses plate and bottle were from some woods at a local park. The license plate was just laying on top of the ground, the bottle showed up in the bottom of a plug.

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villagenut

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Although your med bottle is not an older one, Pierce was a long time quack med maker. I have dug lots of his late 1800s quack meds, and he still had a market for them by the time he bottled your example.
 

Digger RJ

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Most of this is from a couple sidewalk tear-outs. The enamel pin is a newspaper cartoon character called “Krazy Kat” which ran from 1913-1944. The pin is probably from the 1930’s.
The licenses plate and bottle were from some woods at a local park. The license plate was just laying on top of the ground, the bottle showed up in the bottom of a plug.

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Very Nice!!!! Congrats!!!!
 

Hunk-a-lead

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Most of this is from a couple sidewalk tear-outs. The enamel pin is a newspaper cartoon character called “Krazy Kat” which ran from 1913-1944. The pin is probably from the 1930’s.
The licenses plate and bottle were from some woods at a local park. The license plate was just laying on top of the ground, the bottle showed up in the bottom of a plug.

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such a cool variety of finds, wtg and thanks for posting
 

Florida Finder

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Most of this is from a couple sidewalk tear-outs. The enamel pin is a newspaper cartoon character called “Krazy Kat” which ran from 1913-1944. The pin is probably from the 1930’s.
The licenses plate and bottle were from some woods at a local park. The license plate was just laying on top of the ground, the bottle showed up in the bottom of a plug.

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Those are some great digs. I really like that cat. I found one just like it about 40 years ago while detecting in Savannah and never knew what it was. Thank you for posting and congratulations!
 

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