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Fancy brass buckle

by Robbie
(Maryland)



I started detecting a friend of mine`s farm a few years ago. He believes that an old English was once there. So far the oldest coin I`ve found is a 1916 buffalo. I have found a bunch of relics like buttons, buckles, and brass pieces. This past week I found this fancy brass buckle which has a lot of detail. The back side seems rough cut, like this was hand made. I`ve shone it to other people who detect and some think that it could be from the late 1600s.

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Apr 12, 2015
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Thanks Robbie
by: Frank

That is a nice buckle. Honestly, when I first looked at it, I thought it may be Victorian, now I'm not so sure. Yes, it may be older.

Thanks
Frank

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