✅ SOLVED Call for TheCannonballGuy!

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Buckle, about 10 inches deep, near to a breastplate?

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With a carved "C" !?!?!?

How should I present this on eBay?!? :tongue3:
 

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Need to see the back but it does not appear to be military.
 
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WHADIFIND wrote:
> Call for TheCannonballGuy! Buckle, about 10 inches deep, near to a breastplate?

Sorry to have to tell you, despite being dug next to a civil war yankee eagle breastplate, your buckle's "form of attachment" on its back means it is definitely from no earlier than the first half of the 20th Century -- and it is not a Military buckle. The letter C on it could be represent a clothing company or a belt-making company, or some other kind of organization... but like the buckle, that "cutout" letter doesn't refer to anything Military.
 
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WHADIFIND wrote:
> Call for TheCannonballGuy! Buckle, about 10 inches deep, near to a breastplate?

Sorry to have to tell you, despite being dug next to a civil war yankee eagle breastplate, your buckle's "form of attachment" on its back means it is definitely from no earlier than the first half of the 20th Century -- and it is not a Military buckle. The letter C on it could be represent a clothing company or a belt-making company, or some other kind of organization... but like the buckle, that "cutout" letter doesn't refer to anything Military.
Sheesh! You're disappointing me CBG!

I was expecting you to be creative! Like you did in my last post. I'm sure we can pull it off, if you just cooperate a bit. :tongue3:

If I wanted the truth I would have asked my friend "Truth"! :icon_jokercolor:
 
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