tool to id posted items

bradyboy

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Hey guys
I have several items I would like to get info on, I'm seeing there are ways to submit an image and it will ID the item
What do you guys use for this?
I have several items but don't want to waste your time
Brady
 

Tpmetal

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Post a photo, people here love to id stuff. Myself included. I don't think you will waste anyone's time
 
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bradyboy

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thanks, but ive seen folks mention they were able to id an item using Bing id photo software ?
Obviously no one wants to give up their ID secrets
Maybe PM me
reason is, I have items I want to sell but cant ID - antiques
Thanks
Mike
 

Tnmountains

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thanks, but ive seen folks mention they were able to id an item using Bing id photo software ?
Obviously no one wants to give up their ID secrets
Maybe PM me
reason is, I have items I want to sell but cant ID - antiques
Thanks
Mike
Post in the "What is it" section. Take a pic and upload here. As far as getting prices check eBay or any auction site after getting the I.d. Simple ! They will tell you exactly what you have.
 

Chadeaux

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Hey guys
I have several items I would like to get info on, I'm seeing there are ways to submit an image and it will ID the item
What do you guys use for this?
I have several items but don't want to waste your time
Brady

You already have the hardware and software ... you just need to have the data.

The data comes from experiencing life, paying attention, and using that hardware and software to retrieve the data.

It also helps to have friends like the folks here on treasurenet who have been collecting the data for decades.
 

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