What is this?

andrewt

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Found this in the woods, anyone have any idea what it is? ImageUploadedByTreasureNet.com1440358309.253890.jpg
 

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diggummup

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Somewhere in the woods
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(Now go find some more of it!)
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I suggested that earlier in the thread figuring if he went out there to look for some more he may find the other piece and that would shed some light on the other letters. Of course at this point, a reply back of any kind from the OP would be a move in the right direction.
 
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andrewt

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I've went back numerous times and haven't found anything yet .... I've been Told the land was originally a golf course or hotel of some kind ... The area is littered with garbage from 1900-1950 ... Lots of bottles, pieces of insulators, the lamp finial breezie comment on in another post ... Every time I go back I find interesting things but nothin in the area resembles this brick .... The underside is slightly rounded but there are no other markings anywhere on it
 
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Ammietuar

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I think it says "NEWTON" inside the cross and the "BEEB" is short for BEEBRICK. A short google search didn't bring up any with the stamp and the moniker though.... BeeBrick.png
 
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