my first find
(Piqua, Ohio, USA)
Don't know what it is.
I live in Piqua, Ohio and I have done some research on the towns history. My house was built in 1920. 7 years after a flood that took out half the town in 1913. Piqua was also the main area where the Shawnee Indians lived. In fact the neighborhood where I live is called Shawnee. The Shawnee Indians would raid American settlements in Kentucky witch lead to the Battle of Peckuwe near Springfield, Ohio. So a lot of history in this area and I wanted to pick up a hobby. Now I just bought my first medal detector two weeks ago and its been killing me to see what I can do with it. Its been cold and I've been waiting for it to get warm, spring can't get here fast enough. When I got up this morning I thought I would try my medal detector out in the backyard but we had freezing rain last night and a could mist all day. So like a kid with a new toy I said what the heck I'm going to try it out anyway. I was disappointed when all I could find was rusty old nails an old pipe cap and some pull tabs but then I came across something and I don't know what it is. It looks cool and the first thing I thought was it looked like some old civil war relic or something. Maybe someone on here can tell me what it is or how I can find out what it is.
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