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    My first lead toy

    I finally got out today to do some water hunts and found a few nice finds. The one that I really like is my first lead figure, and it`s a prospectors mule. It`s legs are broke but she still stands.
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    Very cool toy! Nice little padlock too, congrats!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Digger_O'Dell View Post
    Very cool toy! Nice little padlock too, congrats!
    Thanks Digger, I like the tiny padlock too.

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    Nice hunting ! That's one tough Mule !

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    I can see the nickel. What were the other finds?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Noah View Post
    I can see the nickel. What were the other finds?
    Just clad,.83 cents, one wheat 53. I was more into the relics.

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    Nice. I wonder what toy set that mule belonged to? Is that triangular object made of brass?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lodge Scent View Post
    Nice. I wonder what toy set that mule belonged to? Is that triangular object made of brass?
    Thanks, I`ve looked for a pack mule ,yet have not found it. And I cant find a maker either.[ I cant find a marking] The triangle is copper.

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