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  • #16
    Was there any civil war battles around there .
    He said looks like a rail road spike . We have a few and that they blasted those out of canons if they ran out of balls . They would load with whatever they had .
    Lets get this straight Wayne said this not me !!
    to crazy

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    • Narrow Way Knapper
      Narrow Way Knapper commented
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      It was a stone's throw from Kershaw, SC where the Kershaw massacre happened.

  • #17
    I collect spikes. Ill get pics tomorrow.
    N.E Colorado, Nebraska panhandle

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    • #18
      I have on from inside a can’t say but I’ll post it if you want it’s in Georgia going tomorrow .

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      • #19
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        • #20
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ID:	503206 Narrow gauge spike. The powdery stuff is“red ocre”. I picked this up at the
          powars site a couple months ago
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          N.E Colorado, Nebraska panhandle

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          • Cecilia
            Cecilia commented
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            Powdery stuff rust, silly! Red Ochre is clay pigment which gets red color from hydrated iron oxide (rust); your spike appears the color of red ochre not because coated in clay, but because it rusted and is coated in hydrated iron oxide.
            (I know so very little in this forum, so must show-off when do know trivial tidbit !)

            But, golly Moses did I learn a bunch of stuff from this post! Thank you, Fat!
            Last edited by Cecilia; 11-15-2020, 05:58 PM.

          • Fat
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            Check out the powars site Sunshine Wyo. It is red ochre dust. It covers everything, even the rust. Scottsbluff star herald has first story when goog it.
            Last edited by Fat; 11-15-2020, 09:56 PM.

          • Cecilia
            Cecilia commented
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            Gotcha! Thanks😘

        • #21
          Fe2O3.xH2O
          Warren County New Jersey

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            • #23
              Editor my Editor.
              Use your edit switch when its really needed, flip pic upside down, at least it doesn’t try and correct itself all the time.
              purdy please and thank you
              N.E Colorado, Nebraska panhandle

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                • #25
                  Look at the shade of the other teeth and the tool bar. That dark color is what rust looks like here.
                  The powdery stuff on spike is red ochre.
                  N.E Colorado, Nebraska panhandle

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                  • Cecilia
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                    Ok!
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