Browsing Texas-Mexico Border, 1846 by Subject "Lion's"
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(2010-12-21)A sculptured lion’s head that has a pinched nose with a drilled hole.A large loop is is attached to the nose.Two fasteners on reverse side.A similar plate was reported found at Sierra Gordo, Veracruz, Mexico.
(2010-12-21)Sculptured lion’s head with two fasteners on reverse side.
(2010-12-21)A round disc plate featuring a Lion’s head, bordered with two concentric circles. A hole was drilled at the nose in order to fasten a chain that that would connect to a cavalry shield set below on the breast belt. The ...
(2010-12-21)Lion’s head has a pinched nose with a hole for a chain that would connect to a cavalry shield set below on the breast belt. Reverse side has two fasteners for leather belt. Another example was reported found at a Palo Alto, Texas