MARKED CHEYENNE DOUBLE LOOP HOLSTER

$190.00

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Item Code: 979-14

Leather holster in good pliable condition.

The style is known as the Cheyenne double loop holster. It is made of one piece of leather. The holster itself is made and then the leather is flipped over to cut the wider under pad. Two wide slits are cut in the under pad for the holster body to slip through. Flipping the leather over to make the pad gives a generous sized belt loop at the top.

The holster itself has a nice chain pattern decoration tooled into the edge. Also, stamped at top is a maker’s mark of a hand with the fingers and thumb extended and joined. This same area is also stamped with the number “45.”

The edge of both the pad and holster have been enhanced with rawhide strips. Tie down straps are present at bottom.

Reverse of the pad is scratched with a faint name that looks to be “JOGE” or “DOGE.”

Item shows light surface wear from age, use and storage but no rips or tears and is very pliable.  [ad]

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