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The horseshoe swivels 360 degrees and also lifts/lowers 180 degrees approx. Claret on the other and opens from this side with 2 charms and the words Reliquia San Antonio M. What type of crucifix is this and what from what time period. BUD SENEY SAYS: Michelle hat you have is a Relic of Saint Antony M. The "Relic" is a piece of cloth that has been touched to the remains of St. Antony, also after you contact them I am sure they would like the picture of the Crucifix also.luck and let me know how you make out..........
The big ring on the end is notched from wear and so is the horseshoe so I am believing it was suspended from the large ring. Do you have any idea what this could be and what it might be worth. Antony or a first class Relic that maybe a tiny piece of the St himself such as piece of hair etc. Thanx , Bud Jordan says: It is two inches wide and an inch and a quarter from top to bottom.
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There is enough room on the shaft for 16 rings, there are also four turquoise looking stones with holes pre bored for 16 stones. you have a very interesting item Michelle and they will tell you the story of St.
NOTE: If You send in a find to be Identified and you receive an email from someone who Identifies your find or suggests info sources for you, be so kind as to at Least Say Thank You. I believe it may be a flattened rectangular Chinese coin. She was adopted by a Catonese father and the design does appear to be Asian. It's about six inches long and weighs about a half a pound. Do you think it's just some old pieces of fence or something more interesting? PAUL SAYS: PAUL SAYS: Hello, I'm new to metal detecting and attached are two pics of a recent find.
We have several people who take the time to try and help out others and you should show your appreciation for them when they do. Please Read When posting an item for identification help, PLEASE provide ALL the information you can about your item, including but not limited to: Accurate measurements of the item. The pictures attached are clear and I can not detect any further markings than what you see. This was found in a pasture which was the site of a home in prior to and up to at least 1875.
I bought this badge/shield/ medal off Etsy from a man whose mother bought it in an Italian Flea market back in 1968. These tools were usually made of softer metamorphic rock like mudstone /argillite which has a grayish sheen in the light and is a soft stone easily worked.
He thought it came from the 1930-40s and was military. Tom, I sent you an email a over summer and never heard back? These types of tools do not have great monetary value to collectors as the most interest is on the projectile points , however the historical value is great, so donating it to the local historical society is a good thing to do so more folks will get a chance to see it..