This solder filled brass plate has "Booth" etched in script lettering on its face. It measures approximately 1-5/8 x 2-1/2. According to its accompanying label, it was recovered August 1989 Charlottesville, Va. It has been suggested that the plate may have adorned a trunk owned by someone with the same name. This plate was recently acquired directly from the digger's family. The digger thoughtfully maintained a record of most of the relics he recovered and, on this record, questioned if it could have been a belt buckle. He hunted private property with permission of the land owner that included Civil War trails, campsites, and battle sites throughout central Virginia for several decades. This name plate will be an excellent addition to any excavated general relic collection.
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