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    Horse related brass?

    Hey y’all I dug this brass piece recently, and I was wondering what it was. I think it could be related to bridles, but I am not sure. Any help would be appreciated!Click image for larger version. 

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    Can you confirm the measurements and whether or not the flat end has had something broken off.
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    It is about 1.5cm or .5 of an inch. Flat end appears to have something broken off. Something pokes out at least.

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    I am 99% sure that your relic is what they called a "carriage knob" and was used to secure the curtain on buggies, carriages and wagons.
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    Thanks for the response. It makes sense it would be a knob of some type, good id! It gave a spotty signal, but I guess that was partially from nails around it. Thanks again!
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    Quote Originally Posted by creskol View Post
    I am 99% sure that your relic is what they called a "carriage knob" and was used to secure the curtain on buggies, carriages and wagons.
    I am 98% sure Creskol may be on to something.

    The other 2 percent leans towards some sort of strap thingy mah bob.
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