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I’m sorting out some finds,,,,, finally. I found his a while ago and thought it was just a bit of furniture fitting but not too sure. It’s only a few mm thick. Copper alloy. Has evidence of a hole, but it looks like it filled.
Could this be a belt fitting?
Any ideas?
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Looks like it might have been a clasp with a broken curved bit above the circle. Book fitting?
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Post medieval belt fitting/clasp fragment.

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Great ID :thumbsup:
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Brilliant ID, thanks Allectus, very much appreciated :thumbsup: :thumbsup:
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