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BUTTONS AND RELICS

RICHMOND FIRE BUTTON 1837

The button above was found (3-29-04) while digging for antique bottles at the plantation,
with other relics surfacing from the same area. It is only the fifth one of it's type to be discovered
and this is the only one with gold gilt. The button below was found (6-23-04) while golfing
downtown and little is known about it. I do know that there was a retail clothier-tailor
in business in 1860 under this name in Richmond, Virginia. I did not use my metal detector
to find this one or the one above either. More relics will be pictured soon.

E. B. SPENCE - RICHMOND BUTTON c.1860

DOG IDENTIFICATION TAGS

Below left:Pair of Virginia-1933, unsexed female tags (dog's head facing left-brass?, unused with reciept), Below right: Richmond set on d-ring, left one has "Richmond", dog running to left, i.d. number, and 1879 date (circular, with coin like ridges on face edge-brass?), right one reads: 1785 with 1878 date below (4 leaf clover shape-brass?). The last tags described were dug at 60 feet below street level at a contruction site where I was working and are completely authentic. The tags were found while hunting for antique bottles and without using my metal detector.

1933 TAGS W/DOG'S HEAD FACING LEFT 1878 & 1879 TAGS - ROUND WITH DOG, 4 LEAF CLOVER SHAPE


DUG ITEMS FOUND WHILE BOTTLE HUNTING

Penguins standing with worn paint On the left is a pair of penguins. They appear to have been painted white (maybe) a long time ago. The beaks have been worn down. This is very heavy and seems to be made of lead. These birds are 1 3/4" high by 1 3/4" wide. We welcome any thoughts or ideas of what this belonged to at one time. Pictured on the right is a typical small doll found while digging for antique bottles, possibly a baby doll's baby doll. It looks to be unglazed. The doll is 2 1/4" long-tall. We dig these small dolls quite often and parts of dolls, such as arms, legs, head and shoulder sections and so on. Unglazed baby's baby doll



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