Spurs

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NON-DUG, SINGLE BRASS CS / US SPUR FROM THE ROSENSTEEL FAMILY COLLECTION OF GETTYSBURG

NON-DUG, SINGLE BRASS CS / US SPUR FROM THE ROSENSTEEL FAMILY COLLECTION OF GETTYSBURG

Unexcavated, intact spurs are a true rarity and this single boot spur, in addition to its obvious scarcity, offers a fine spur specimen of likely Confederate manufacture or that used by either side. … (173-1057). Learn More »

CAVALRY SPURS WITH REPLACED ROWELS

CAVALRY SPURS WITH REPLACED ROWELS

Matching pair of brass US Cavalry spurs with larger than normal rowels. The brass yokes have no visible markings and none of the leather straps remain. Each rowel is a replacement. Though the rowels… (2-615). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE SPUR RECOVERED FROM SAVAGE’S STATION

CONFEDERATE SPUR RECOVERED FROM SAVAGE’S STATION

Confederate “RICHMOND” Pattern spur. The item is made completely of brass. The yoke is just a thick piece of brass that has been flattened and bent into a “U” shape with two horizontal slits… (R20099). Learn More »

$365.00
ON HOLD

CS "RICHMOND" PATTERN SPUR RECOVERED FROM SAVAGE STATION, VIRGINIA

CS "RICHMOND" PATTERN SPUR RECOVERED FROM SAVAGE STATION, VIRGINIA

This spur measures 6 inches long and 3.5 inches wide at the boot opening. The rowel is missing and the bent neck exhibits some rusting of the mechanics. Overall a nice dark green patina with some… (R20098). Learn More »

PAIR OF NICKELED SPURS

PAIR OF NICKELED SPURS

Two nickeled spurs complete with functional double rowels. Marked "SOLID NICKEL". ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER ITEMS AVAILABLE ON OUR WEB SITE, MAY BE PURCHASED… (344-979). Learn More »

PIECE OF CONFEDERATE “TEXAS” STYLE SPUR FROM ANTIETAM

PIECE OF CONFEDERATE “TEXAS” STYLE SPUR FROM ANTIETAM

Brass section of spur that meas. approx. 4.50 inches long. The heel of the yoke is very wide and then narrows on the arm. Item comes with an old typed paper label that reads “SECTION OF TEXAS… (R19729). Learn More »

NON-DUG, SINGLE BRASS CONFEDERATE SPUR

NON-DUG, SINGLE BRASS CONFEDERATE SPUR

Unexcavated, intact Southern spurs are a true rarity and this single boot spur, in addition to its obvious scarcity, offers one of the nicest specimens of Confederate horse equipment found in the… (458-265). Learn More »

M1842 MUSKET HAMMER & US CAVALRY SPUR - BLACKFORD'S FORD, ANTIETAM

M1842 MUSKET HAMMER & US CAVALRY SPUR - BLACKFORD'S FORD, ANTIETAM

Spur has a nice patina and the iron rowel remains in good, moveable condition. Measures 5.5" height by 3.5" width. Musket hammer has slight surface dirt. Tag reads "From Blackford's Ford Potomac… (R17443). Learn More »

$295.00
Originally $495.00

PAIR OF OFFICER'S SPURS, MODEL 1911

PAIR OF OFFICER'S SPURS, MODEL 1911

Size medium nickel silver officers spurs. Spurs are complete with rowels, buckles and straps. No markings. Semi-bright finish. (M19078). Learn More »

OFFICER'S RIDING SPURS - CIRCA 1880'S

OFFICER'S RIDING SPURS - CIRCA 1880'S

This is a pair of officers solid nickel riding spurs. They are the box style pattern which allowed them to attach to the heel of the boot without straps. They also have false screw heads on the side… (M19066). Learn More »


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