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    Apr 2018
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    Stamped Sash Buckle

    I found a thin brass stamped sash buckle with olive branch and crescent moon and stars on the farm several weeks ago and have been having difficulty identifying its origin/manufacture. I also recovered two brass toe caps, two cuff buttons with stars on the backs, one coat button all of which are plain, and a fired 54 caliber bullet. Found a picture of a similar sash buckle in a relic book; however the only information was that it was found in Kentucky. I am located along the route Hardee took to Murfreesboro and thought there were several Louisiana units in Hardee's Corps. Could the crescent moon and stars be a Louisiana motif??
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    Here I are two photographs. Obviously the sash buckle is the victim of a plow. This area of the farm was under cultivation until the 1950's.
    Last edited by Celtwarriorprincess; Apr 27, 2018 at 06:39 PM.

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    Make some pics for the forum. Maybe we can help ID.Congrats
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    1st - Noticed this was your very first post - so, Welcome Aboard CeltWarriorPrincess! Take a look at Sub-Forums: Tennessee for information (i.e., clubs, etc.) directly related to your state.
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    Welcome to the Tnet forum Celtwarriorprincess, and Congrat's to you on the find of the Sash buckle. A crescent moon makes one wonder if this could have possibly been a South Carolina piece too. As said, a pic. if possible may speed the process of getting this piece Id'd. Hardees Corps was here in Georgia too and played a big role in the Battles for Atlanta. Best of luck to you and Continued Success to you.

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    Apr 2018
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    Thanks for your kind welcome and the photo help. Just posted the photos.



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