What is it?

May 29, 2022
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Slightly concave on both sides. Found in the North Saskatchewan River (Alberta)

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Gare

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Hi Guys
It looks like metal. If so, it could be a weight used for gold/silver weighing.
It also looks like a ridge line which could indicate different pieces were
used for different weights. Remember in the old days you used what you could
find.
 
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