Really cool laurel buckle(?) found at early 1900s house
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    Really cool laurel buckle(?) found at early 1900's house

    Found this in the backyard of an early 1900's house. Property might be older. I'm guessing it's a buckle, but it's broken off at the bottom like there was more metal to it down there.

    Fun design though. Looks like laurel leaves.

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    Anyone seen this before?

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    Nice find. Congrats. Never seen one before but I like it.

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    Nice finds!
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    Nice!!! Congrats!!!
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    Nice find. It may something military related, since they used the Laurel Leaf design on certain items.
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    Thanks vpnavy!

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    Possibly half of a tongue and wreath buckle. But not military. More like a patriotic fashion buckle.

    Can we see the 'break' and the back?
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