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    us
    Nov 2019
    Northeast Pennsylvania
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    Possible Colonial Shoe Buckle?

    I found this along a stream right off of the Susquehanna River in Northeast Pennsylvania. Seems like silver and looks like it had a piece in the center before. It looks like a shoe buckle to me? Any have any input or guesses on age?

    Btw- This is my first post here! I love exploring and looking for little treasures. I'm looking forward to communicating with like minded folks!


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    fr
    Oct 2019
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    It's a nice thing... no idea if it is a shoe buckle
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    As the days fly past will we lose our grasp, Or fuse it in the sun?

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    Pics of back may help
    I would rather see an authentic broken scraper posted than a G-10 Artifake!

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    Yes, pics of the back may help. I APPEARS 19th century, Victorian in style, but I can't tell without seeing the back.

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    Banjo Man

    May 2019
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    I believe front and back are depicted in the first pic.

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