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Medieval  pin, buckle and brooch fragment
Medieval pin, buckle and brooch fragment

A Treasure Trove (TT/108/16) collection of medieval and later artefacts discovered by metal detecting in the vicinity of Dornoch. The finds are largely medieval in date and include a frustum headed pin of 12th-14th century date, a sword belt or baldric buckle of 16th-17th century date (engraved with same design as highland brooches) and fragment of 15th-17th century highland brooches. Again this material is a useful comparison to previous material found in the
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