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  • #16
    Trying again.

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    • Cecilia
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      Got them! Thanks. I love looking at other people’s stuff. Makes me feel like I am not alone!

  • #17
    On my last trip to Johnny's he found this and passed it over to me and asked what I thought of it.
    My immediate response was it sure looks like a Guilford axe.

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    It seems to be a tiny bit small for a Guilford axe don't you think?

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    Bruce
    In life there are losers and finders. Which one are you?

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    • Kentucky point
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      Small axe for Lilliputians?

  • #18
    These were my first river finds and the reason I found and joined this forum, even though they turned out to be natural stones I've been hooked on this hobby and forum ever since.

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    This one I thought was a scraper or spokeshave.

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    • Cecilia
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      I understand!

    • Tam
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      Looks like a nose or awl for bone marrow .

  • #19
    One of my Agate's looks like an old worrier helmet Click image for larger version

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    • Cecilia
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      Wow. WillJo, if you have rocks like this, it’s no wonder you pick out my “posers”. I hope one day I can discern like you can!

  • #20
    Here are some of my "Indian sex stones" as my neighbor calls them... just another rock... They sure seemed like something to me when i found them. I still haven't let them go even after 7 years in the case of the "rain dancer"

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    • SurfaceHunter
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      The round one with the hole in it looks interesting. Last pic looks like you have a big dog some place

  • #21
    This guy thinks he has a ceremonial knife just like the 1950’s Thunderbird effigy sold to tourist next to it .
    looking for my Lilo and Stitch Adena tribe point out of coral found in the beach here .

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    • #22
      Here is a good one . I don’t have it here . I think it’s iron ore if I remember .,
      Maybe sandstone . It’s a fooler for sure I picked up this Nov

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      • #23
        I can’t show you mine because I left it where I found it. Three winters ago I was walking the beach & spotted the most beautiful Clovis half buried in the sand. I jumped on that puppy, only to discover too late it was a frozen dog turd! 😩😡🥴
        Child of the tides

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        • PointHound
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          That must have been a real stinker!

        • Havenhunter
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          If I had allowed it to thaw out!

        • Tam
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          I think I remember that Deb

      • #24
        The beautiful Virginia cardinal pendant.

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        • #25
          The worlds oldest chamber pot with matching pestles.

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