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swiftie

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We live in an old farmhouse, close to Chepstow, that dates to around the late 1500s. We recently found this buckle in the soil that came out from one of the living room floors. Would anyone have an idea of the age? We have found various artificers over the years and even Civil War era cannon balls have been found in the gardens.
Any input welcomed!
I think a metal detector purchase will be on the cards soon. Many thanks for reading.
 

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vpnavy

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...recently found this buckle...idea of the age...
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1st - Welcome Aboard! You didn't list your state (or country) in your profile. So, you might consider jumping over to Sub-Forum: Select Your Area.... and selecting location information (i.e., clubs, hunts, finds, legends, maps, etc.) directly related to your state (or country)...
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2nd - I moved ya from NEW MEMBER INTRODUCTIONS over to WHAT IS IT? for more exposure.

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NOTE: Forum NEW MEMBER INSTRODUCTIONS Description: New to TreasureNet? Introduce yourself to our community here! Welcome aboard and Happy Hunting!
 

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vpnavy

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...We recently found this buckle...idea of the age...
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Until a member pipes in - I pulled this from another TN thread...

Buckles Through The Ages by Chris Marshall
NOTE: Most of the pictures referenced on TN

are found within Chris Marshall's WebSite




 

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