Possible pottery anvil?

Froze2

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Oct 8, 2016
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Posted this under "what's it worth" also... interesting piece that I was told was a "discoidal" used in gaming... but I found another post calling it a pottery anvil. It is about 3 inches wide and 1-1/2 inches thick- found in Illinois. I am looking forward to the responses, as all the posts I've read on here are extremely informitive!!! Thanks!
 

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monsterrack

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It's a game stone or discoidal and a fine one at that:icon_thumright: Welcome to T-net:hello: and become a full member you will get more out of this site.:headbang:
 

Americus

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I like it! Is it a personal find! If so, tell us about finding it. Thanks for sharing.
 

rock

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I bet that is the oldest yo yo on record? Just kidding its a interesting artifact, nice find
 

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