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  • Tile - Stone, Light Grey Archaeology

    Tile - Stone, Light Grey

    One fragment of unidentified light grey stone that has high mica content. The piece is flat and may be part of a tile.

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  • Pipe - Ceramic, Unglazed Terracotta Archaeology

    Pipe - Ceramic, Unglazed Terracotta

    Two fragments of unglazed terracotta pipe.

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  • Nail - Metal, 1850s-circa mid-20th century Archaeology

    Nail - Metal, 1850s-circa mid-20th century

    The first recorded wire nail making machine was developed by Adolph Feliz Brown of New York in 1851. Wire nails were first imported into Australia in 1853. By the 1870s, improvements in ...

    Images: 1
  • Nail - Metal, 1850s-circa mid-20th century Archaeology

    Nail - Metal, 1850s-circa mid-20th century

    The first recorded wire nail making machine was developed by Adolph Feliz Brown of New York in 1851. Wire nails were first imported into Australia in 1853. By the 1870s, improvements in ...

    Images: 1
  • Nail - Metal, 1850s-circa mid-20th century Archaeology

    Nail - Metal, 1850s-circa mid-20th century

    The first recorded wire nail making machine was developed by Adolph Feliz Brown of New York in 1851. Wire nails were first imported into Australia in 1853. By the 1870s, improvements in ...

    Images: 1
  • Nail - Metal, 1850s-circa mid-20th century Archaeology

    Nail - Metal, 1850s-circa mid-20th century

    The first recorded wire nail making machine was developed by Adolph Feliz Brown of New York in 1851. Wire nails were first imported into Australia in 1853. By the 1870s, improvements in ...

    Images: 1
  • Nail - Metal, 1850s-circa mid-20th century Archaeology

    Nail - Metal, 1850s-circa mid-20th century

    The first recorded wire nail making machine was developed by Adolph Feliz Brown of New York in 1851. Wire nails were first imported into Australia in 1853. By the 1870s, improvements in ...

    Images: 1
  • Nail - Metal, Square Head, circa 1805-circa mid-20th century Archaeology

    Nail - Metal, Square Head, circa 1805-circa mid-20th century

    Two head and shafts of cut iron alloy nails. Precise head types cannot be determined due to rust and encrustation, but one is clearly square. Manufacturing period is from circa 1805.

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  • Nail - Metal, 1850s-circa mid-20th century Archaeology

    Nail - Metal, 1850s-circa mid-20th century

    The first recorded wire nail making machine was developed by Adolph Feliz Brown of New York in 1851. Wire nails were first imported into Australia in 1853. By the 1870s, improvements in ...

    Images: 1
  • Nail - Metal, Rose Head, 1850s-1890s Archaeology

    Nail - Metal, Rose Head, 1850s-1890s

    The first recorded wire nail making machine was developed by Adolph Feliz Brown of New York in 1851. Wire nails were first imported into Australia in 1853. By the 1870s, improvements in ...

    Images: 1
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