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Samuel Noble Site Artifacts (2)

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Samuel Noble Site Artifacts (2)
Accession Number
Date Added
11/30/2019 10:47:07 AM
Gift of
Philip L Mandolare
Collection Title
Clarendon Artifacts
Collection Description
Artifacts found in Clarendon
Phil Mandolare
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These items were found at the Samuel Noble site just north of the Tinmouth town line.  See the Samuel Noble Cellar Hole in the Cellar Hole collection for more information about this family.  See also Samuel Noble Site Artifacts (1) in this collection for more artifacts found at this site. 

The cover photo is a pin 100 +/- years old.  What appears to be a fancy button is actually a pewter horse rosette from the 1700/1800's with a silver wash.  The spoon was possibly bent as a result of the plows turning the fields over the years. In the group photo below the item on the far left is likely from a horse or oxen tack. It is leather with brass rivets tying two pieces together. The coin is a 1802 Draped Bust US large cent found on the lip of the home site a few feet away from where the 1800 Draped Bust was found (see the Samuel Noble Site Artifacts (1) entry for that 1800 coin).  Shown in the upper right is an ox knob (late 17-early 18 hundreds style) and a small dandy button below  it from the same era.

These photos are from 2019 courtesy of Phil Mandolare. 
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