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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. Civil War camp, school yard, old house site, on the beach , etc. Please provide a little information about where the item was found.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.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.
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