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    1700's solid silver Luckenbooth trade brooch different design nobody has seen

    So,My find of the day is this 1700's solid silver Luckenbooth trade brooch. You can still see a small part of the pin still wrapped around the pin on back. Nobody has seen this shape of it though. a 173? KG11 copper my 13th copper for the year a cool pewter button with a back mark. never dug a pewter button with a back mark before. a few flat buttons and 2 iron hand forged strap hinges.
    Not sure technically if it's a
    Luckenbooth? since it's not heart shaped but a few people said it's a trade silver brooch.
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    Last edited by HEAVYMETALNUT; Jul 07, 2019 at 06:10 PM.
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    Very, very interesting finds. I shall have to swat up bit to look those up.

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    Nice hunt great finds..
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    Congrats on an outstanding variety of finds.
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    Congrats on all those great finds- that brooch is incredible!
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    Excellent finds. Really cool broach!
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    Thats some nice old stuff man. You always got something cool to post.

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    Thats is freakin cool display that with pride
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    Quote Originally Posted by HEAVYMETALNUT View Post
    So,My find of the day is this 1700's solid silver Luckenbooth trade brooch. You can still see a small part of the pin still wrapped around the pin on back. Nobody has seen this shape of it though. a 173? KG11 copper my 13th copper for the year a cool pewter button with a back mark. never dug a pewter button with a back mark before. a few flat buttons and 2 iron hand forged strap hinges.
    Not sure technically if it's a
    Luckenbooth? since it's not heart shaped but a few people said it's a trade silver brooch.
    All i can say is that brooch looks very special and is a banner, take care of it
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    Quote Originally Posted by crabstang44 View Post
    All i can say is that brooch looks very special and is a banner, take care of it
    thank you!
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    Very Nice!!! Congrats!!!
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    This is a really intriguing find my friend. Being of Scottish descent I have a real love for these Luckenbooth pieces. The one I found is one of my favorite finds ever. But itís the normal double heart design. Iím really curious to know what the meaning of yours is. Iím going to do some digging and try to find some info. Iím curious if this is technically considered a ďLuckenboothĒ? Regardless itís an amazing find and one that has my full attention. Iíll let ya know if I find any info. Thatís s fantastic find and I consider these complete brooches to be BANNER finds. Especially one as unique as this. Very special indeed
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    Beautiful 18th century American luckenbooth probably worn on a cravat. Banner find for sure!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ahab8 View Post
    This is a really intriguing find my friend. Being of Scottish descent I have a real love for these Luckenbooth pieces. The one I found is one of my favorite finds ever. But it’s the normal double heart design. I’m really curious to know what the meaning of yours is. I’m going to do some digging and try to find some info. I’m curious if this is technically considered a “Luckenbooth”? Regardless it’s an amazing find and one that has my full attention. I’ll let ya know if I find any info. That’s s fantastic find and I consider these complete brooches to be BANNER finds. Especially one as unique as this. Very special indeed
    Thanks! Looking forward to any further info you can find!
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