Badge? Found at 1830s Homesite

Golightly

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Other than a modern quarter and a Jonnie walker cap, it’s all I found. Thanks for your help in identifying it.
 

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creskol

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Looks like the clasp portion of a suspender buckle.
 
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doublet2a

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By the size, i was thinking sash buckle..

Tim
 
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