Moving again into the hallway, Byron found a 1923 wheat penny as well as an old hinge. I've never considered myself an antiques person, but I'd love to find a bunch of old hinges and locks in good condition and put them on all the interior doors.
In the parlor crawl space, Byron found this amazing pendant. As of now, we don't know what era it would have come from. When he was pulling up the floors, he also found an old needle his great-grandmother probably dropped into a crack between the boards.
And finally, here's my little contribution. I found these during my claustrophobic, pre-deconstruction army crawl. Apparently, someone liked Old Milwaukee. And that little bottle is a Fitch's hair tonic bottle. I also found some corn cobs, but I didn't take pictures of those after Byron told me what people used to use them for. I'll just say that toilet paper wasn't always a commodity. I was thinking, however, that Byron's great-grandmother brought her husband some nice corn on the cob after a hard day of working on building their home. My theory is much more pleasant, don't you think?
Anyway, if you're into relics and such, I'd welcome any insight into what we found.