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Lightning  photographs - Photographsin Photographs
Old Copper Hotel Key - Tools and Hardwarein Tools and Hardware
WW2 60mm M69 practice mortar round - Military and Wartimein Military and Wart…
Columbian Exposition half dollar - US Coinsin US Coins
OPA Red Point tokens and dispenser - US Coinsin US Coins
115th Cavalry  Regiment DUI crest - Military and Wartimein Military and Wart…
W.R.A. CO. No. 10 RIVAL shell casing - Sporting Goodsin Sporting Goods
Green Degenhart glass owl - Art Glassin Art Glass
Stanley No. 71 Router Plane  - Tools and Hardwarein Tools and Hardware
Beautiful crystal highball drinking glasses - Glasswarein Glassware


  1. Sweetheart pin bought at the base PX. To be worn by a family member or sweetheart to show their support of a military person.
  2. Someone intentionally tried to remove the word COPY in an attempt to deceive. In original condition with the word COPY clearly readable the coin would have been worth $5. The way it is now it would be...
  3. The hob nail Fenton style shoe top shelf on the right is not too old.
  4. Looks African. Sickle bladed knife.
  5. Looks like a homemade clamp of some sort.
  6. NOX MEA AUXILIATRIX EST patch is for Night Fighter Squadron VC3
  7. FAWTULANT patch is a Fleet All Weather Training patch circa 1950's to 1960's.
  8. Maybe a variation of the US Army, 9th Coast Artillary Regiment DUI/Crest
  9. 21st Infantry Regiment
  10. Just looks like a rock to me.
  11. Need to see the backs to determine age. The fronts have looked the same for over 100 years.
  12. Resistance decade box
  13. Looks like a 20th century hunting knife.
  14. It states on the front it is from two years after the treaty of peace.
  15. Feel free to wear in anyway you desire to honor your uncle. There is no law against it.
  16. Writing on the crown is "Olympia" so not likely Russian
  17. The football pants they are wearing with the 2 leather patches on the thighs date to 1910-1925
  18. The ball looks more like a rugby ball than a football to me
  19. Appears to be an older meat carving knife which at some point had its broken handle replaced with wood.
  20. In the 1st photo, the lower right of the sculpture, it is signed R. WHITELEY and a date which looks to be maybe 1999.
  21. Try Richard Whiteley glass sculpture on the internet.
  22. Infantry coat button. The domed style places it to the early 1950's to Korean War
  23. These marbles were made into the early 1900's.
  24. Then again at the top it is marked 22K. Very high quality gold
  25. Could sterling silver by Teressa Lane Limited. It is marked T.L. LD and 925.
  26. Could sterling silver by Teressa Lane Limited. It is marked T.L. Lm and 925.
  27. The bullet should be uniformly oxidized white all over the outside unless part has been cleaned or modified removing the white oxidation in only that area.
  28. Missing white oxidation in the imprint area screams fake.
  29. You tell the age by the backs on metal buttons. The company name, the style, and material used tell the tell.
  30. For sure a cadet but not sure it is West Point
  31. Love these pistols. I have a Mark I Standard.
  32. I always hunt for a rusty and beat up saw to pull a handle off of to fix a saw with.
  33. Second item is a fishing weight. Third item is a US Army markman badge.
  34. Looks like a rivet machine for riveting leather harness
  35. Modern Reproduction/ Copy of a Civil War sword.
  36. 5 axes on the floor and 1 axe on the table. Only group I know to use an axe as a symbol is Woodsmen Of the World, WOW. But I have never seen them in robes.
  37. Look more like lifeguards
  38. GAR, Grand Army of the Republic. It was a Civil War Union Army veterans group.
  39. Looks like a small boat running light
  40. I use Army_Mottos.pdf
  41. Objective Victory... 135th engineer combat battalion
  42. Dicta et Facta... 1401st combat engineer battalion
  43. Army_mottos.pdf
  44. Motto translates to Now or Never. Motto is for 497th Field Artillery BN.
  45. Ball fruit jar company made hundreds of different style jars besides their famous canning jars.
  46. By the workmanship and quality of materials used I would guess North African tourist item
  47. Looks like it at one time had a small piece of tape on the back. It appears the dark coloring oozed under the tape between lines of print.
  48. One of the Nativity Magi.
  49. I would guess they are out of Africa early 1900's
  50. Maybe old 52nd Ordnance Battalion ?
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