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Offline Robroy59Topic starter
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Greetings All, the weather finally cooperated and I was able to get out and swing the MD
on Sunday and Monday (love them Monday holidays), although Monday was cut short as the
liquid sunshine fell upon the masses and sent them back indoors.  Sunday I hit a few local
school yards along with a hunting buddy but Monday I was mostly by my lonesome at a local
athletic field, where I found my first silver of 2012.  It is a little bent, but has a nice stone,
the Spousal Unit thinks it might be pink tourmaline, and has already claimed ownership. 
Stamped 925,so there is no doubt.  $4.43 in clad on Sunday and $3.11 on Monday, just enough
to cover fuel costs, I believe, with a little left over for a snack.
Thanks for looking, HH Robroy59

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« Reply #1 on: February 20, 2012, 07:35:02 pm »
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Robroy, I can see you had a good hunt or two. The ring looks like an antique. I'll bet it will straighten up nicely.gambol

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« Reply #2 on: February 21, 2012, 12:16:58 am »
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Nice finds indeed. The shiny chrome round thing looks like a custom steering wheel horn button?

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Greetings cache, the chrome thingy could be a steering wheel button, it has threads internally.
I found it just outside a greenhouse that appears to have been around a while, maybe the old resting place for a jalopy or two.
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Great finds Robroy. Thanks for posting..

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« Reply #5 on: February 25, 2012, 04:25:00 pm »
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Good Stuff.   Silver is good Bent or Not!   

I have a little Stainless Steel container some what like that thing you have there.

I think it was for Snuff or Dope.

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Quote:Posted by Robroy59
the chrome thingy could be a steering wheel button, it has threads internally

If it has threads in it....its not a horn button I'm familiar with? Those I know of just  snap on the outer edge of the electronics and the little spring next to it would push the button back out, but it sure looks likes one in the pic.

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