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    Posted 3 years ago

    jerziG13
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    Hello!! :)
    I would like to know if anybody can help me out..
    I live in N.J.,, My husband has a job that has him digging deep trenches where he's always bringing me home really cool stuff!
    Anyways,, one day he brings me home this pipe.. I have no Idea about it.. I would love to know something! He found it about 8ft down so,,
    Im assuming its old.. So please,, if anyone could help on some information I would greatly appreciate it!

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    1. bobby725 bobby725, 3 years ago
      what material is it?
    2. jerziG13, 3 years ago
      It seems to be wood. But, wouldn't wood get beat up?? Being underground.
    3. bobby725 bobby725, 3 years ago
      it looks in too good of condition to have been underground for any material, wood especially!
    4. jerziG13, 3 years ago
      I Know!! Thats why im baffled! lol. Dont get me wrong,,, i did clean dirt off it but still.. And Another thing, its harder then wood..Thats why im not sure of the material.
    5. bobby725 bobby725, 3 years ago
      I`m guessing stone or fired clay. search native american clay pipe, there are a lot of images there. hope this helps.
    6. jerziG13, 3 years ago
      bobby725..That could very well be it. "fire clay" And , I will check out native american pipes..Thanks for your opinion on it. :) And if you happen to know of any good websites that would be great.

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