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    • Beaded necklace

    • Beaded necklace

    • Beads; Necklaces; Jewelry

    • One hundred fifty three small ceramic beads strung on thread make up this bracelet found near San Augustine, Texas. Twenty four of the rounded beads are white or ivory, while the remainder are varying shades of blue.
    • Engraved medal

    • Engraved medal

    • Medals

    • The metal shield shaped medallion is engraved "J.H. Summers Nacogdoches, Texas." The medal is embellished with a decorative row of stars and is designed with a hole to hang it from a chain.
    • Lock and key

    • Lock and key

    • Locks (Hardware); Keys (Hardware)

    • This rectangular shaped metal lock is accompanied by a key and a mounting hinge that has been painted white. The faceplate of the lock has holes for mounting. The lock is believed to be from the old jail in Douglass, Texas.
    • Railroad lantern

    • Railroad lantern

    • Lanterns; Lighting

    • The railroad lantern has a metal cage with a translucent glass globe inscribed "R. Parmelee, Nacogdoches, Texas." This type of lantern was used to relay signals and to inspect trains at night.
    • Saber

    • Saber

    • Daggers & swords

    • This sword has a wooden handle, and the blade has a slight curve with a broken tip. The handle has three curved metal pieces to protect the knuckles. This weapon belonged to Don Antonio Gil Y'Barbo of Nacogdoches, Texas.
    • Saloon token

    • Saloon token

    • Scrip

    • This saloon token is from the Old Stone Fort Saloon in Nacogdoches, Texas. One side of the token is marked "Good For One Drink" and the other side "Old Stone Fort, Richard Cole, Propr., Nacogdoches, Tex." Tokens have no monetary value and are used...
    • Souvenir plate

    • Souvenir plate

    • Tableware; Souvenirs

    • The Old Stone Fort in Nacogdoches, Texas, is shown amid green grass and blue sky on this small Dresden china plate. A caption below the image is lettered "Old Stone Fort, Nacogdoches, Texas." The bottom of the plate is marked "Made in Germany for...
    • Wooden gavel

    • Wooden gavel

    • Gavels

    • This gavel is made from wood from the Old Stone Fort in Nacogdoches, Texas. The head is designed with carved bands and the handle has turned detailing. Gavels are ceremonial mallets used to call for attention in court proceedings or to punctuate...

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