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When he started that thing each morning, it looked like the shop was burning down with somke coming out of every door and window. It would shake the ground for about a 50 foot circle. You normally thing of blacksmiths as being big burly looking characters, but he was a little man. It's just a hay field and I think it's been that way for a long, long time.Here is the shoe I found about a foot down: And another angle with the measuring tape: Here's a shoe Krom found in the same field, obviously from a work horse and probably more modern ...Another test is steel makes lots of hot sparks when it's ground on, but wrought iron would be not as many very dull red grinder sparks.Whether the shoe has a crease for the nail heads, or punched holes for the nail head to fit in, or if it's corrective, or if it was used on a driving horse or saddle horse, none of that will do anything as far as dating. If it is a very large horse shoe, then it would be off of a draught animal, and you could possibley date it by finding out when they stopped farming the field with horses, which might be as late as the 1940's, or as early as yesterday if you are in Amish country. could you post a photo with a ruler along side so I could get an idea of the size?Voriax My grandfather was a blacksmith in the early 1900's. As things progressed he went from shoeing horses and fixing wagons to welding and rebuilding plow points and repairing farm machinery.When us kids would spend a couple weeks in the summer with my grandparents, I can remember many mornings being wakened by the sound of his hammer hitting the anvil in his shop next to the house. Al I've found several in civil war camps and they tended to (when really cleaned up) have deep pitting over the entire shoe.

My great grandmother drove a buggy to church up into the 1920's, but unless you are in Amish country, I don't think that went on much longer than that.

Unfortunately many old family photographs are not annotated with the sitter’s name. Will dating my old photograph help me to decide who the subject is?

Because of this, these are the questions we get asked again and again. Yes, an accurate date does help to pinpoint who the subject/s of the photograph might be.

this was found 6 inches down: And for the fun of it, here's a shoe we found that hangs above our door.

This shoe was found in a different location: I haven't tried to clean up the shoe yet, but I might give it a shot tonight. here's the link I got from a friend regarding horse shoe dates: