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Shoe Buckle (VCU_3D_2140) 3D Model
Strap Buckle from the House for Families, an enslaved context at George Washington’s Mount Vernon, ca. 18th-19th century. An enslaved person could get buckles and other accessories in several ways. While most objects were likely gifts from the Washington family, enslaved people could also purchase them using money they earned outside the plantation. 3D scanned with a NextEngine Desktop 3D scanner in the archaeology laboratory at George Washington’s Mount Vernon. Description by Virginia Commonwealth University student Jessica Evans. Digital model provided by the Virtual Curation Laboratory courtesy of the Mount Vernon Ladies Association.
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