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    First CW buckle, please help identify

    Just found this about 30 minutes ago. I found it at the same school site I've been hunting this week. Still shaking from my first buckle find. It was in a road tear out under 3 inches of gravel in hard red clay, directly under a root. Enough said, here's some pictures!!!

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    Resting place for 150 years or so.
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    us
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    Sweet Score! That's a Federal Officers Sword Buckle!
    SPECTRA V3i, BH 505, Pro-Pointer. Lesche Digger Oldest Copper: 1694 William & Mary Halfpenny. Oldest Silver 1663 1-Reale Cob.


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    da book worm--researcher

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    model 1851 union officers sword buckle

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    Feb 2007
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    fantastic!! congrats
    Debby

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    us
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    Love it,I want one!!
    God and country.

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    us
    Jul 2006
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    Great find what a save. Probably would of never been found after repaving.
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    Wow! That is a great find. Congratulations.

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    us
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    any chance the applied wreath is still in the hole? that's a fantastic find. congrats!

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    Bobby

    Apr 2006
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    WOW!! Can't wait to get my first!! Still lookin'.

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    Dude that's fricken sweet.

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    real pirate

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    Jun 2012
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    Quote Originally Posted by jewelerguy
    any chance the applied wreath is still in the hole? that's a fantastic find. congrats!
    I went back to look for the wreath, dug a huge hole no luck. It must have deteriated or fallen off before it was lost. I though the same thing when I saw pictures of them online.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jewelerguy
    any chance the applied wreath is still in the hole? that's a fantastic find. congrats!
    Went back and dug a huge hole, no luck. Must have been lost before the buckle was. I though the same thing after I looked it up when I got home. :-)

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    Yes, a Yankee Doodle belt plate. You had better swing that detector every possible minute that you can with all that construction in progress. Get 'em now or don't get it at all!!!

 

 
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