Another old buckle

tanz 82

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Im on a roll with buckles anyone know about the timeline ? ImageUploadedByTreasureNet.com1435594627.639707.jpg is it a belt buckle ?
 
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1720-90 Shoe Buckle
 

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I've yet to get a whole one like that with its guts!
 

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WOW! That is an amazing shoe buckle. Way to go. I also keep digging bits and pieces and would really like to find a complete one like yours.
 

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Awesome buckle. Old and intact. Congrats on an enviable find.
 

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TANZ MY MAN AND HIS LADY WHAT A NICE BUCKLE IN YOUR HAND. THE DAY THAT I FIND ONE OF THOSE BEAUTIES I WILL QUIT METAL DETECTING. YEAH RIGHT.
 

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Super buckle dude !!! :occasion14:
 

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i would like to know how can so many people loose there buckles. didnt they know their pants were falling down. my question is not a joke because all of you find so many buckles.
 

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i would like to know how can so many people loose there buckles. didnt they know their pants were falling down. my question is not a joke because all of you find so many buckles.

Because these came off of their shoes in the mud.
 

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Great shoe buckles, thanks for sharing them with us!

Steve
 

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Great looking buckle once again, did you get it from the same site as the other one?
 

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Because these came off of their shoes in the mud.


I'd say more caught on low branches or who knows whatever else, at least here. Back in the day there was a much higher % of uncleared land than cleared, and I'm sure it had to be rough going at times.
 

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