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Old 12-29-2016, 06:55 PM
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cleaned up the little thing with a clip and it has a beautiful flower pattern on it.

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Land or water finds?

The ring with clip appears to be a hair clip. Is it brass?

The saw looks to be an older two handled saw. However, I am not leaving out the possibility it is an ice saw.

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Sorry... couldn't resist. Here's a bowl of them.
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Land finds, hair clip i think is copper. All found in the woods

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Land finds, hair clip i think is copper. All found in the woods

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Well if it is copper or brass it was made before WW2 PROBABLY.

The 55 gallon drum cap right end second row and other stuff would be a majpor guess.

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The item with the S is a cap to a salt shaker. That bung cap has Asian script on it.... can we get a close up? The item with the four studs going through it (top left beneath saw) looks like a rag joint (steering coupler) for a pre 60's US auto. It goes between the steering column and the gear box on a rear wheel drive auto.

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Far right under saw blade is a freeze plug for a engine block ?

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Far right under saw blade is a freeze plug for a engine block ?
No. It is a vintage cap to a 55 gallon drum. It will have threads. I have found a lot of them underwater.

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Originally Posted by ScubaDetector View post
No. It is a vintage cap to a 55 gallon drum. It will have threads. I have found a lot of them underwater.
That doesn't look big enough to be from a 55 gallon barrel and it doesn't look to be threaded from the picture but if you insist ,then its from a 55 gallon drum, no sweat off my guessing. Have a nice day and happy hunting, I'm going metal detecting although its only 18 degrees.

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That doesn't look big enough to be from a 55 gallon barrel and it doesn't look to be threaded from the picture but if you insist ,then its from a 55 gallon drum, no sweat off my guessing. Have a nice day and happy hunting, I'm going metal detecting although its only 18 degrees.
LOL TOO COLD! BRRRR. I guess we have to wait for the OP to reply. Only he knows for sure.

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