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Andiroo

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Jan 19, 2022
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Hi everyone… I found this with my metal detector… I have no idea what it is and was hoping someone on here may be able to identify it for me…. I was detecting a site around where a house stood in the mid 1800s… Thanks
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traveller777

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I suppose could be an old hair pin, but it could be an old belt buckle, likely Victorian era. Nice find and thanks for sharing.
 
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Andiroo

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Hi everyone… I found this with my metal detector… I have no idea what it is and was hoping someone on here may be able to identify it for me…. I was detecting a site around where a house stood in the mid 1800s… Thanks View attachment 2004618
Thanks for the input…my original thought when I found it was some kind of hair adornment… now I’m leaning more towards a stock buckle… pretty sure it isn’t from suspenders as it is quite delicate… thanks again everyone… I will keep searching for something definitive
 

ARC

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about 99% sure, but always leave a little margin for error.
Wellll...

Due to the fragile nature of it as the OP stated... i will stay with 1 part of a 2 part sash buckle.
 

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My guess if it matters is a suspender clip
 

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