I'll take two

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That one came up for auction awhile back. Looks like something my dog would leave in the yard. :rolleyes:
 
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So like a million years ago some future guy was walking around and got eaten up by some big old mean dino and this is what came out right?
 
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Knife inside brick made after knife was made. Bet the brick-maker wondered where his knife went.

These types operate on B.T.'s maxim that a sucker is born every minute.
 

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Well, seeing as he's got three "questionable" items up for bid, and is starting them all at $1,300,000.00, and then reading is website, I'd say a nutcase. :eek:

If he gets a bid on any of them, I'd be really surprised, but you never know...
Howie
 
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A few years back I found a rock with an old dollar coin in it. I found it on what used to be a quarry and from the heavy trucks driving back and forth and the rock dust it turned the mud/clay in something very close to a rock. So, I could imagine a lot of these knives being found undergoing the same as this coin being they were knives commonly carried by construction workers/guys at the quarry years ago. Like Thomas Linton said above it can also be a brick, as again i'm sure brick makers and masons also carried that common knife. Just goes to show that there is atleast two possibilities, and i'm sure there are atleast two more.
 
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