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Puttering around in the park and came across this.

 

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I enjoy finding unusual items such as this. Thanks for posting it.

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Interesting.  Looks like a substitute for a standard six-sided die.  The lettering is quite primitive and it has nice patina.  I'm wondering if it is a one-of-a-kind artisan made piece for some kind of game set.  Do you know the metallic composition?  Magnetic?  What TID did it ring up at?

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Put and take correct?????

 

 

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Nice find! Heard a story that con men would sell weighted sets of these to bartenders (one all ways landed on take) then a week or to later his partner would come it with his own set and clean house.

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