I'm shocked and dont want to damage any of my finds. I hand washed them but there is dirt in some of the crevices! Can I use a soft toothbrush or should I not? Soap? I still don't know what they are. I got a book to identify them but remember I am new to this so don't laugh
i pesonally just use plain water in a tray to soak and look at for a few days then take a toothbrush after them. some like to leave some of the dirt on them. its just a matter of personal preference. i sure like the way worked flint looks wet.
I don't really know! Looking at the overstreet I.d and price guide one looks closest to a Victoria but I don't know if that is possible. I don't know how even after reading to post my pics on here but I can text you a pic from a cell phone if you wanna give me a number or can email me personally at email@example.com if u don't wanna give it out. Help id'ing would be appreciated
i've seen an excellent example of a victoria come out of bill's camp. how about a pic. very high grade greasy flint.if you are set up on photo bucket which is free .its somewhat simple i will be watching for a little while if you need help.