Rjones915

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Nov 28, 2015
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I live on Bryant Bay in Hayes, VA (Gloucester county). Today the tide was very low and I figured it would be a great time to try out my metal detector. I walked out in to the muck with my kids and here are two of the treasures we found. One looks to be a broken nail. It looks old? The other- I have no clue. It maybe is some kind of pipe? I'm sorry I can't tell you anything else about these pieces so I have provided a bunch of pictures to hopefully help.
 

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Steel rivet and a short piece of pipe. What type of metal is the pipe made of. Lead, Copper, Iron?
 

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Steel rivet and a short piece of pipe. What type of metal is the pipe made of. Lead, Copper, Iron?

That is an excellent question. I am going to have to get back to you after my husband gets home. He would be able to tell me- I can't tell! :-( thanks so much for the input so far!
 

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