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mccabe cowboy sterling (john mccabe) gold belt buckle
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sbandfamily
Wed Oct 30 2013, 01:49PM
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Joined: Mon Sep 23 2013, 08:26AM
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hello everyone.  we're new to this site and are excited about a buckle we've found.  here's a picture attached.  picture might not be attached right.  anyone know how to insert a picture?  we tried the tool.   on the back of the buckle it is enscribed with the word 'sterling' and the capital letters 'MCS' on top of each other (i.e. M on top of C on top of S).
on the front is ornate engraving and a 10k gold steers head with ruby red eyes.  steve and family.
 
 


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hebillas
Thu Oct 31 2013, 07:37PM
Registered Member #9
Joined: Tue Oct 13 2009, 08:13PM
Posts: 19

Hi,
Sounds like you have the most popular McCabe buckle made.  I use Photobucket to post pictures to this site.  It's pretty easy to do.  If you still have problems or have any questions, feel free to email me at hebillas@yahoo.com.


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sbandfamily
Fri Nov 01 2013, 06:17PM
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Joined: Mon Sep 23 2013, 08:26AM
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hello, I got the pictures added on my original thread. my wife said she might let me sell the buckle, but she really doesn't want me to...
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hebillas
Sun Nov 03 2013, 01:14AM
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Joined: Tue Oct 13 2009, 08:13PM
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Definitely a McCabe, but not the buckle that I was speaking of.  This buckle appears to have the ladies version of the McCabe longhorn mounted on it.  The round buckle is unique, you don't see a lot of them.  I've posted a his and her version of the popular McCabe buckle. photo IMG_1239_zpsa3c5ad86.jpg
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