CONFEDERATE CAVALRY BRIDLE BIT

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Item Code: 1000-2461

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Arsenal-made iron bit typically used by Southern cavalry of the Civil War period. Side “cheek” pieces are shorter than usual, measuring approximately 5 ¾” long. These have three sets of loops for tack. Constructed of only three pieces of iron: two check pieces and a mouth piece. No other cross bars or rings.

The bit also retains two buckled leather straps attached to the top. Iron is dark and well aged, probably found in a barn.  [jet]

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