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What you think the item in question is made out of. Joseph Serpa SAYS: Hello- Yesterday while walking the beach on Wassaw Island near Savannah Georgia I came across this object. I think it's either copper or brass....definitely not magnetic.
If you have a find you would like assistance in identifying email me a picture and description of the find and we will post it on this site for you, If you want to mail me a picture for scanning contact me via email and I will give you the address to send the picture to. This was found in a pasture which was the site of a home in prior to and up to at least 1875.
They appear to be brass and I can't for the life of me find out what they would have been for. Hello Tom, First of all, thank you for having this site! We brought it to Historical Society and woman wanted us to donate it but wasn't clear as to what it was? It was made by the ground stone technique where the rough form was roughed out by chipping and the final tool was made and sharpened by grinding on an abrasive hard stone.
I bought this badge/shield/ medal off Etsy from a man whose mother bought it in an Italian Flea market back in 1968. These tools were usually made of softer metamorphic rock like mudstone /argillite which has a grayish sheen in the light and is a soft stone easily worked.
Due to intrusions of the Pequot, the Niantic were divided into an eastern and western division.
The Western Niantic were subject to the Pequot and lived just east of the mouth of the Connecticut River while the Eastern Niantic became very close allies to the Narragansett.
I bought it to wear on a jacket pocket but want to have more information about it before I do. Archeological excavations and testing done for the potential wing farm found over 2,000 artifacts.
There are four rings of a different metal place on the shaft and the horseshoe piece is removable for access to the rings.It has two flat-tish sides that look like they were originally meant to house string or something. Found along the old Erie canal at the forks of the Wabash river, near Huntington, Indiana. This appears to be part of a Centrifugal Governor, a device engineers used to use to keep steam engines working efficiently, in the 18th-20th century. If you could shine some light on what this is I would greatly appreciate it.Obviously you don't see them nowadays because of modern technology, sensors and things. This item was found buried in a garden In Norfolk England.Looks to be a circle surrounded by smaller circles on the front .. But what caught my attention is something is engraved or so it looks to be on the back..help would be appreciated...
Found these 2 eagles or Hawks attached to each other by a chain in the Normandy region of France. Thank you, Carolyn Your stone tool is a Celt or more appropriately an Adze used by American Indians for chopping , gouging wood and many other tasks involving chopping cutting etc.rushboxthe1st says: You item is half of a deer antler puzzle.