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    Id help old chinese cash coin?

    What's it made from? Do you have access to an X-ref gun?
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    I got a rock

    Yeah, at that size probably not a hand tool but this is why I originally asked
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    Quality OVER quantity? 2022 Bottle Hunting Wrap-up

    Awesome finds. Not sure what my wife would say, but I think it's pretty cool assortment on the lawn.
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    I've got balls, and my first cobalt hutch.

    Any idea what the balls are made of? I'm guessing about 1" diameter? Could be from a ball mill. With Bocce there is usually only one white ball (the Jack)
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    Some of my littles

    Nice assortment!
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    Help with Well Dig

    Seems to me, that if a spot is located below the water table, you'd exhaust yourself with buckets and pumps since a well was prposely dug to be below the water table.
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    1 LB Steel Coffee Can Tins painted & 1 paper label

    Curious what the ottoman looked like before these were extracted?
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    Its the little things....

    And it's already cleaned up and everything!
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    I got a rock

    I agree with granite. Might actually be an old native tool. Is it about the size to fit in your hand?
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    Help with value or ID on some marbles

    The glass German marbles from the same period are more collectible so I'd keep looking. Especially after a heavy rain
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    Help with value or ID on some marbles

    Yeah, I've seen hundreds of clay marbles. When they fired the glaze on, the marble was on a 3 "prong" support which results in the eyes. You can probably see a couple examples here mixed in with some other clay marbles
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    Wetland scientist who occasionally fines some cool bottles

    Welcome! I like working outside too, so finding something is icing on the cake. Post some pics if you'd like and don't be discouraged
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    Help with value or ID on some marbles

    ccb420 the clay marbles are called Benningtons by collectors. Made in Germany, around 1900's (+/-). The spots are from when the glaze was fired in the kiln.
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    Help with value or ID on some marbles

    OP, the first jar is mostly Vitro with a few Marble Kings. The best marble (in my opinion) is the green/white/black Vitro. The other jars I wouldn't bother with.
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    1890's Blob Top Beer + Other Relics

    Cool. Looks like the "muck" preserved them well. Did you use a probe to find them?

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