Spurs

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PAIR OF US ISSUE SPURS

PAIR OF US ISSUE SPURS

Very plain with slight ridge line on the underside of the neck. Both rowels present and they spin! One spur cleaned more than the other. A widely used and issued US… (408-140). Learn More »

SINGLE HEAVY BRASS CONFEDERATE SPUR

SINGLE HEAVY BRASS CONFEDERATE SPUR

Definitely made not to break. Crudely cast. Appears to be non-excavated. Iron rowel still in place, and spins. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER ITEMS AVAILABLE ON OUR… (408-154). Learn More »

SINGLE CONFEDERATE MANUFACTURED SPUR

SINGLE CONFEDERATE MANUFACTURED SPUR

This single brass spur is sand cast and crude. The yoke is wide in the area of the keepers and then narrows as it moves toward the rear widening again near the base of the arm. The arm is thick and… (408-155). Learn More »

SINGLE CONFEDERATE SPUR MARKED WITH CS

SINGLE CONFEDERATE SPUR MARKED WITH CS

This single brass spur is in good condition. The yoke has the two keepers at each end and the base of the arm is decorated with a scrollwork design. The nicest thing is the letters “CS” cast as… (408-152). Learn More »

SINGLE CONFEDERATE MANUFACTURED SPUR

SINGLE CONFEDERATE MANUFACTURED SPUR

This single brass spur is sand cast and crude. The yoke is narrow but widens in the area of the keepers. The arm is thick and not very graceful in shape and has more of a block appearance. The rowel… (408-153). Learn More »

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 »

$225.00
Originally $285.00

EARLY 19TH CENTURY SPURS, CA. 1830s-40s

EARLY 19TH CENTURY SPURS, CA. 1830s-40s

Matched brass set, with curved rowel, identically tapered arms, & rounded strap slots. No visible markings, or leather. One broken spoke on both small-size rowels. Both spurs exhibit light tarnish… (740-677). 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
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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 »


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