✅ SOLVED Found at an early 1900s homesite...suspender clip?

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I found this brass clip at the site of an early 1900s home. It was about 4 to 5 inches deep and has "Pioneer USA" stamped on the one side. I have been doing searches for early 1900s suspender clips but have not found any Pioneer or ones that looked like this one so I am wondering if that is really what it is? Any help appreciated. Te 2 wheats were found at the same site...the 1934 wheat very near where the clip was found.
 

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Looks possibly like a suspender part in the back where the straps meet. Just a guess.
 
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Pioneer Suspender Company of Philadelphia. Early 1900's up to about 1960.

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I think you're right guys...definitely a suspender clip...thank you!!! How do I/ we mark this "solved"?
 
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