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Nails are a fantastic way to determine the age of a site you plan to metal detect. This guide can give you some ideas of your site's history. NAIL CHRONOLOGY as an aid to dating old buildings. The National Park Service in it's his- toric structures restoration program has developed some research.

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This new technology was also employed by Jefferson, and the new cut nails had rectangular heads attached by another machine, one nail at a time. This greatly accelerated the manufacture of nails, and these rectangular nails quickly became dominant by the early 's. Here are examples of small cut nails from the early 's: Cut nails continued as the standard until the end of the 's, and were used in building construction, ships and furniture.

These nails fairly accurately date furniture to the 's, although it is dating remembering that sometimes modern nails were added in subsequent repairs. Machinery was developed to produce cut nails in the 's, and they are still used in flooring and concrete applications, where holding power is paramount, and power nailing tools are standard.

Machine made cut nails are also made for use in reproduction or hobbyist replica furniture, but they are so perfect and identical that it is usually easy to see that they are new. These continue to be used to attach small moldings and trim. About in America and in Europe, the modern wire nail was developed. These nails were much cheaper to produce. Because their sides were straight rather than tapered, they have only a fraction of the holding power of cut nails with tapered sides.