Silver, Insurance fob, Dr Scholls vintage brass insert plate..

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12-27-2014, 07:04 PM
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Silver, Insurance fob, Dr Scholls vintage brass insert plate..
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few odd items today.
pulled up a vintage 1909 < . Brass Insurance tag.
" Home Office INTERSTATE Life & Accident Co Chattanooga Tenn. "
also found an odd Dr Scholls brass shoe repair plate thingy. pat date= 3-9-1926
a sterling silver fork Towle Silver Pat. - Silver Mutes .
and a small ornate silver plated spoon - Holmes & Edwards IS .
the back to a pocket watch, might be the back to the watch i found a few weeks ago,
( same location ) ..
two flat buttons, small one has back mark with no text . an odd bubble thingy, possible button.
and a few other odd items ...

Bones ...

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Watch back is a match to the watch i found a few weeks ago ...

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12-27-2014, 07:36 PM
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Thank you,
Any idea what that Dr Scholls plate was used for.
i just threw it in the junk pile, but it would be interesting to know what it was if anyone knows. ...
i agree Ed, got lucky finding the watch back, found the watch a couple weeks ago.
now its a bit more complete ... Yes
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12-27-2014, 08:03 PM
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These pieces didnt make the first photo shoot for the day.
but i also pulled up a 40-50 lb sledge hammer head.
and another Iron Iron for Ironing .
toting an extra 50 lbs of iron 2 miles out the woods was no fun, but i kinda like the
sledge head, it will go good with the Ax heads, Pick Ax head, wood splitting mauls, plantation hoes, and other larger iron tools i have pulled up recently ...

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12-27-2014, 10:00 PM
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RE: Silver, Insurance fob, Dr Scholls brass plate.
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I think you are right PBW. the Dr Schols brass plate appears to be the bottom portion to a shoe or boot insert ...
here is the closest match i can find ..
https://www.etsy.com/listing/215170001/v...ref=market

(12-27-2014 09:29 PM)PittsburghWill Wrote:  Nice silverware and buttons. Maybe the Dr Scholls thing is an old arch support. Sort of a metal insole. Definitely not gellin.

Check out this one I just found. http://m.ebay.com/itm/321626408527

ouch !!! that looks more like some kind of foot torture device.
i think you are right on the foot support though .
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12-28-2014, 04:07 PM
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could you imagine having to wear those wooden shoes.
that has to suck ....
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12-28-2014, 05:47 PM
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im more of a combat boot, always ready for TSTHTF kinda dresser ...
Desert Storm tan Mil issue Converse combat boots .
they feel like a pair of soft slippers you can kick ass in ...
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