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Back at the celler hole
Posted by: michael NY
Date: July 27, 2019 12:58PM
Yesterday I hiked up to the Colonial celler hole in the middle of woods this sight has given up some relics and gave up a few more. My first dig was the pewter spoon bowl and then an iron chain no picture yet needs to be worked on a bit. Next was the horse shoes this one is cleaned preped the other one is toasty for now. Hot as anything and lots of walking but I can say it was a decent day of detecting. HH Thanks for looking,

Michael




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Nice finds. Let us know what else you find!N/T
Posted by: Tony N (Michigan)
Date: July 30, 2019 08:34AM

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Well Thanks for asking Tony
Posted by: michael NY
Date: August 03, 2019 06:07PM
This is the grand total for me I dont think there is a lot left unelss I go there and start sifting again for the square nails. But tonight i finnished up the chain lot of work but but its done i see some amazing details into forging it. Everything here came from this spot the ax head I show to the curiator at a local museum this year he liked it a lot.
The large buckle is iron only brass objects are the bell and small object i think maybe shoe buckle. Now all this stuff has been dug over many years my first finds were the ax and big buckle bell have to go mid 2006.
Someplace I do have a coin its flat I am leaning to Machine Mills Cent from Newburgh NY neat story if you like coins google about it.
Michael




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Re: Well Thanks for asking Tony
Posted by: Tony N (Michigan)
Date: August 11, 2019 02:57PM
Tony likes all of them!

Re: Back at the celler hole
Posted by: Whitetail
Date: August 15, 2019 02:57PM
Michael how are you cleaning those up so nicely? Must be Electrolysis.?

Re: Back at the celler hole
Posted by: michael NY
Date: August 15, 2019 03:27PM
Thank you, to be honest I had access to sand blaster for the axe head and big buckle. Yes the rest was electrosis wire brush. To see the bare metal on the chain like was amazing this stuff is forged by a Colonial blacksmith and to last that long amazing. If you want some tips what and how message me.

Michael

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