What are these?

Willownsrn

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Tony in SC

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They are Mother Natures artwork. Looks like they were created by water erosion. The round one was probably trapped in a "wash hole" where it tumbled for many years. They are beautiful pieces but I see no working by man.
 

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jeff of pa

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Few Nice ones there ! for sure ! sorry not sure if worked or fossils.
I would keep Most of them as curios
 

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Treasure_Hunter

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Sorry, they are all natural rocks, looks like they were in the water for eons, not artifacts if that is what you are wondering, would look good in a rock garden.
 

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metrotec

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In your area, I would go a little deeper in the creek and look for "black sand." There is gold in the creeks.
Nice stones for an aquarium.
 

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ArfieBoy

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Very cool rock finds! Thanks for sharing.
 

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