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I would appreciate any help identifying these items.  The top item is heavy bronze and appears to be a buckle of some type.  Looks as if it would have been riveted to leather.  The middle item I have found several of.  One on a Civil War campsite with two lengths of chain attached to each link.   Appear to be a combination of iron links and a lead or pewter disc.   The bottom item I also have found on several occasions. Has a small lever looking attached part.  All were found on an old plantation site along with some Civil War relics.





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They could be for tie downs for gear but can't think of the name so I could look it up. They do look like they were attached to leather like a saddle.

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