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    Colonial Asymmetrical Buckle

    Boating with the family and exploring new shorelines. Not much but a few toasted wheaties, an indian and what appears to be a 17th century buckle. First complete one of this size and type for me
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    Last edited by toasted; Aug 01, 2020 at 07:40 PM.
    1652 Pine Tree Shilling(Noe 1)-cut Pine Tree Shilling(Noe 10)-1656 4 Reales Cob-1698 2 Reales Cob-1852 Gold $1-1853 O Gold $1

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    its a beauty. Funny how something so simple and utilitarian can be so beautiful to eyes like ours

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    Quote Originally Posted by villagenut View Post
    its a beauty. Funny how something so simple and utilitarian can be so beautiful to eyes like ours
    Yeah its pretty plain but it has that unmistakable look of age to me
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    1652 Pine Tree Shilling(Noe 1)-cut Pine Tree Shilling(Noe 10)-1656 4 Reales Cob-1698 2 Reales Cob-1852 Gold $1-1853 O Gold $1

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    Nice!!! Congrats!!!
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    Great buckle--very nice find!

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    That's a rare find. Congrats!
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    That is a fantastic buckle. I have never found one that old. Congrats.

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    Well done, congrats!
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    Any complete 17th century buckle is a good day in my book. Congrats.
    got Mass Silver?

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    Boating and finding old coins and relics thats my kind of day
    Still Available Approved TreasureNet Sticker $2.00 for 11" X 3" Bumper Sticker ::. I have 34 left PM me if you would like to buy any Tommy.................... Put it on my Trans Am FREE SHIPPING Street Racing My Trans Am W/Tnet Stick

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    Excellent!

    aj
    Target must be in the ground...Coil must swing over target...User must dig.

    Gold for the money...silver for the pleasure...copper for the history.

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