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hanshi

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That's an exceptionally fine bag. All the ones I've made were small for just a few hours in the bush.

Where were the kangaroos in Virginia? I lived there for 10 years and never saw one.:ghostly:
 

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Excellent work as always. I assume that is one of your hand made buckles?
Do you have any more info on the original?
Nothing more than it came out of the ground in a detector find. Some of these dug buckles in Virginia are very old but due to some locations I theorize they saw re-use on other items at later periods.
 

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Nothing more than it came out of the ground in a detector find. Some of these dug buckles in Virginia are very old but due to some locations I theorize they saw re-use on other items at later periods.
Sorry, I meant info on the original bag.
But thank you for the response and information about the buckle. I figured it was based on your collection of original buckles.
 
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