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Topic: Funny finds from the river

New Post by montcalm on Thu Apr 19, 2018 11:32 am

lonely wolf wrote:Hi Denis. I found one cobalt bottle the other day. It has writing for headache also. But mine is not complete and cracked. Will look for the rest of it when the nice weather comes back.

Nice bottle, hope you find the rest of it,i might be going S.Ontario this spring or early summer. You might know Pierre Toupin from W.D.O. if you are around i could bring you one and a medicinal square one. Will see ,you can have me on pm if your interested.

Topic: More military...

New Post by GeofunMW on Thu Apr 19, 2018 10:28 am

Congrats Kevin.....nice finds......... :tu:

Topic: Funny finds from the river

New Post by montcalm on Thu Apr 19, 2018 9:34 am

Bill from Lachine wrote:Denis,

Belles melange to trouvailles bravo!

Nice mix of finds well done.

Regards + HH

Bill


Thank,s Bill hope to find some in Montreal this summer:-) Thank,s for the info was sure it was the CNR we know .i found utensils before too and an old key mark CN not CNR tough.

R3dIndian wrote:Those are some of the most interesting and nicest relic finds on the forum in my opinion! great recoveries! :tu:

Thank,s R3Indian they are really fun t o find i can't figure out before, what,s int he whole til i dig. Whats great too some time an old coins joint the finds.

daverosy wrote:Some really unique and great finds.

The CNR (Canadian Northern Railway) cup is great! Probably used for water.

I agree with the hand mirror.

:tu: :tu: :tu:


Thank,s Dave was sure CNR but Bill found something else, for the mirror, not sure ,hard to see how it would be tight to it .

lonely wolf wrote:Love your cobalt bottles. Those are cool finds!!! Are there any writings on them?


Thank,s L Woolf i like the blue one and the smaller are my favourite .one is mark for headache Bromo seltzer, the other nothing, i found a clear one with cap and stuff inside, funy looking the stuff is separate in layers

RelicMedic wrote:Incredible finds from the river! Every item is interesting :tu:


Thank,s R Medic, sure that place was the best to wait til the snow melt. I have been around a lot tough..., might be some future spring more longer.
But so fare good time and fresh air +finds.

Copper Hound wrote:WOW, those are some really neat finds.


Chris

Thank,s Chris,it,s been occupied since long time, some place had Indian settlement in the 1600 and before,but so far nothing about that.

Topic: More coppers and a ring!

New Post by RelicMedic on Thu Apr 19, 2018 8:46 am

Micheal wrote:I love that ring Chris.. gold or not, that has some true history and a great deal of
significance .. :tu: :tu: :tu:

Micheal


Thank you Micheal. I'd put it somewhere between 1800-1820. It will look nice in a display once I fix it up a bit

Topic: More coppers and a ring!

New Post by RelicMedic on Thu Apr 19, 2018 8:44 am

2ndoldman wrote:Congrats on another great day Chris. :clap: That ring is a tiny one :smile:
Has your buddy had his chance in that cellar hole yet?

Thanks Bruce. No he is still away. It will be another few weeks before he's home. It's starting to grow up already! I don't think he will make it there this year, unless we mow it, which we have permission to do :tu:

Topic: Funny finds from the river

New Post by R3dIndian on Thu Apr 19, 2018 8:00 am

Those are some of the most interesting and nicest relic finds on the forum in my opinion! great recoveries! :tu:

Topic: More coppers and a ring!

New Post by Micheal on Thu Apr 19, 2018 7:50 am

I love that ring Chris.. gold or not, that has some true history and a great deal of
significance .. :tu: :tu: :tu:

Micheal