Block Island was supposedly a long term settlement of the Niantic from about 500 A. Hope this helped Bob Milburn The person on e bay i bought it from knew nothing but that hallmark of the three leaf clover with 14 and an A i believe and she said was victorian I think it was repurposed to a sailer and he put a count of his catches or if from Ireland maybe a rock or hill formation ?Seems like a sailer carved it that much I think , It tests for 14 k and weigh almost 4 grams JACOB WILLIAMS SAYS: It's a pendant or bony pin for a quil pillow or. If someone identifies your item or provides you with helpful information, please take a moment to say Thank You! It's about six inches long and weighs about a half a pound. Do you think it's just some old pieces of fence or something more interesting? PAUL SAYS: PAUL SAYS: Hello, I'm new to metal detecting and attached are two pics of a recent find. Please send good sharp images of the front and back of the item in question. Dedrie Williams SAYS: Hi Tom, magnetic no sound by Matanuska River deep in the dirt planting trees for sure has gold in it 10 points on the star or sun and very detailed and intricate designs on it with a magnifying glass you can see thank you for looking at my Sun shaped Rock VICTORIA SAYS: Hi Tom, I would love any help in identifying these sharp pieces of iron I believe. It was found in a rocky dried out creek bed in the historic Abbott Marsh in Hamilton, NJ.rushboxthe1st says: You item is half of a deer antler puzzle.The two deer heads, would have their antlers stuck together and the goal was to separate them: Bzrq M1Umc/TTRp04Twd5I/AAAAAAAAAhs/YV1BGxc5d OI/s1600/Cast Ray Allen says: Thought this was a arrowhead I dug up but is made of some kind of metal and sand pitted.He thought it came from the 1930-40s and was military. Tom, I sent you an email a over summer and never heard back? These types of tools do not have great monetary value to collectors as the most interest is on the projectile points , however the historical value is great, so donating it to the local historical society is a good thing to do so more folks will get a chance to see it..The base of the piece is either silver or silver plate with a brass colored crown and a V and E intertwined. There have been a great many native American artifacts found on block Island, particularly near the beaches.
I know that was a bit confusing but i have no idea how to explain it. Maybe a leg of a tea pot or something like that because the curve at the top is so round. I am new to this whole metal detecting and have never found anything of value.COURTNEY SAYS: Hello, I found this washed up on a beach along the intracoastal waterway today near the NC/SC border . The green stone/resin is like an eyeball with an iris and pupil. the small one is 5'8 centimeters in lenth and 3'5 in width. There is a star on each corner with a line between each star. If anyone could give me any information about this piece it would be greatly appreciated.Any information you can give me would be greatly appreciated! Matt Thank You Matt Chad Hartzell says: The triangle is a carbide insert for a metal cutting tool I'm a machinest use them all the time Joe says: The second coin is a Chinese cash coin of The Emperor Kao Tsung... The reverse reads Boo Ciowan This is one of the more common of the cash coins William say: I found this while working up ground in the garden. JESSICA says: Hi This past weekend I purchased this from a flea market. It's some sort of metal that appears to be tarnished. Each side has an intricate pattern etched/carved or stamped into it.I wish I'd gotten a little better description but here are the pics. It is about 6 inches in length, being maybe 4-5 inches wide. METAL OBJECT found in SC in 2013 I need to know more about it it seems very primitive could be revolutionary war trench knife or knuckle knife or not sure if it's broken or if that's the way it's supposed to be Would like it if you could find a knife experst email and ask the question if they could give us more information or someone who might be able to appraise it I've forgotten the exact name but these are commonly driven into log booms to hold them together when towing or floating from place to place. On the inside where the felt is wearing off you can see what appears to be Arabic writing.It has some sort of a post coming out of the bottom that I have to assume was originally used to insert into something or other. They are driven into the timber and used to tie together or guide, could be a similar use on land. Spivak Rose Lake Sawmill We have been soaking, brushing and scratching at this item. Also found old bricks burried and decomposed brick in dirt about foot deep. Wondering if this is anything significant, or just scrap. I was told it was an Arabian medicine casring case.