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The only distinguishing mark that I could see is the word CHESTNUT going around the small hole in the center on the side shown in photo 1. It has some of a tint to it like it can be copper or bronze.. The woman statue is about 8 feet tall and turtle statue is about 3 feet. Michael says: Found this in a old house I cleaned out it was in the ww2 vets belongings,none magnetic, I believe it's silver has a u,small heart, swastika,and what appears to be a four leaf clover on it no other markings and I believe it's a cuff I have a few spoons with the Christofle mark inside the lip of the bowl. I've taken so many pictures of it that my brain is frazzled and near to just deleting any and all aspects of these spoons! I used a macro lens and have made sure the pix are as you would view them (in the same direction as the Christofle mark). THNX FOR EVERYTHING Thomas Caffall says: That would appear to be a plumb bob. Attached is a photo of one MATT SAYS: I found these in my local river and am interested to see what they are. Description of picture 2 and 3: A flat, metal coin with what seems to be oriental symbols.
It's pretty hard to see but I looked at it under a microscope and I'm pretty sure that's what it says. Any help on finding out what it could be is greatly appreciated...thank you!! Mike Evert says: Hi there, I recently purchased these at an estate sale. If you or any of your helpers could be so kind as to help me I would be extremely appreciative because it's driving me bonkers! Sincerely and expectantly Madden wants to know what this object is, He says: so the big one is 9'2 centimeters in length and 4'5 centimeters in width. One picture is the front of the coin while the other picture is the back. There is a square cut out of the middle Description of picture 1: A gold, metal triangle with a circle cut out of the middle.
The only markings on this is "M4" I am very curious about it's age, origin and use. Wendy says: Hi there, My dad goes metal detecting and has for years and he finds all kinds of things around the Indiana/Ohio area, with his finds being concentrated around the rivers/canals/portage areas. ) We soaked in vinegar, scrubbed, any other ideas to clear a better detail HI I recently came across this item.
That said, I am posting this on his behalf as he brought an item out today and said "i've never been able to figure out what this is" and I said "we'll figure it out dad" but I have no idea how. It's silver looking but sure it's a type of metal add you can see there's a metal chain for the shoulder and there are semi precious stones covering the whole piece.
We have several people who take the time to try and help out others and you should show your appreciation for them when they do. Please Read When posting an item for identification help, PLEASE provide ALL the information you can about your item, including but not limited to: Accurate measurements of the item. The pictures attached are clear and I can not detect any further markings than what you see. This was found in a pasture which was the site of a home in prior to and up to at least 1875.
The horseshoe swivels 360 degrees and also lifts/lowers 180 degrees approx. Claret on the other and opens from this side with 2 charms and the words Reliquia San Antonio M. What type of crucifix is this and what from what time period. BUD SENEY SAYS: Michelle hat you have is a Relic of Saint Antony M. The "Relic" is a piece of cloth that has been touched to the remains of St. Antony, also after you contact them I am sure they would like the picture of the Crucifix also.luck and let me know how you make out..........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.