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    What is this from colonial farm?

    Found this in the same area at the colonial farm where I found all those buttons and the British Rev button. about 1.5 inches long. Have no clue what it could be or used for.. any ideas?
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    I got nothing. I suspect colonial dwellers never threw anything away. This might be some kind of broken tool that was fashioned into a hide scraper or something. It looks like it was attached to something at one time.
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    Global Moderator Ill Digger's Avatar
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    Yeah, you got me too. The post things had me thinking of the cats paw posts on the backs of some of the civil war era plates. But I don't think that's what it is.
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    Some kind of saddle decoration?
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    looks lead or pewter Scott
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