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Anybody collect anything besides chainsaws?

Discussion in 'Chainsaw' started by GeorgiaVol, Apr 12, 2016.

  1. GeorgiaVol

    GeorgiaVol Addicted to ArboristSite

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    I was just curious to know if anyone has other collections besides chainsaws. I collect antique soda bottles. From embossed to painted label bottles. My best one is a Pepsi cola bottle from about 1890 to 1900 bottled in Forsyth Ga. I have well over 100 painted label bottles from the 30s and 40s from all over the country.
     
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    USMC615 Wood's Tougher Than Woodpecker Lips...

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    Arrowheads by the hundreds and hundreds. You're in one helluva place to hunt them with West Point/Chattahoochee River being on the western border of the county.

    Also collect Morgan Silver Dollars, Peace Dollars, Walking Liberties, Franklin Halves, several coin types, etc.

    Several other collections as well; guns, etc, etc.

    Edit-- Oh yeh...I collect as many bream, crappie, and bass as I can stand to get into 350 degree peanut oil as well. ;)
     
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    That's interesting. I have 1 Morgan silver dollar and a spear head I found when I was about 8 years old in Texarkana Arkansas.
     
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    Knives, Stihl belt buckles, guns, American Brilliant Period cut glass, eagles...
     
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    Brushpile Non fui, fui, non sum, non curo.

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    Antique absinthe paraphernalia from the Belle Époque era of France. Glasses, spoons, bottles, bistro saucers, etc. Also uranium glassware (green, but glows fluorescent under a black light) from the same period, including a whale oil lamp from 1888.
    Banjos and such, all the craft beers I can drink.
    And also,
     
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    Japanese kitchen knives.
     
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    All hand cut and polished, circa 1900. Made right here in the USA.

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    Just debt and clutter. Debt and clutter.
     
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    USMC615 Wood's Tougher Than Woodpecker Lips...

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    Good one...!! That boat seems to wanna dry dock at my place too.
     
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    USMC615 Wood's Tougher Than Woodpecker Lips...

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    Nice Longbow. I've been hunting with compounds for thirty five years or better and still have a couple of old school Fred Bear recurves...no longbows though. Sporty collection ya got there.
     
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    I have 3 large osage orange trees in my back yard. Don't they make long bows out of the wood?
     
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    USMC615 Wood's Tougher Than Woodpecker Lips...

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    Here's a shot of some arrowhead cases, and a few we found on an outing several months ago, on one the shop work tables.
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    I have a nice tomahawk I found great shape
     
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    Do Ex-Wives count ? I have a couple of those. My dog out outlived 2 marriages and the vet .
     
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    backhoes lol. toys that is lego, tonka etc
     
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    Pre war Smith & Wessons
     
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    Cash! :numberone: I seem to have problems growing my collection! :surprised3:
     

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