Spurs

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RELIC MATCHED PAIR M1859 CAVALRY SPURS

RELIC MATCHED PAIR M1859 CAVALRY SPURS

Offered here is an excavated pair of U.S. Model 1859 brass spurs. These are the plain style with no gutter inside or markings. The iron rowel remains only on one spur. These are as excavated with nice… (665-56). Learn More »

RELIC CIVILIAN / CONFEDERATE CAVALRY SPUR

RELIC CIVILIAN / CONFEDERATE CAVALRY SPUR

This is a single, excavated cavalry spur.  A small civilian or Confederate style spur made of iron. Small iron rowel. Surface rust over all. In good “dug” condition. Old string tag states that it… (665-51). Learn More »

RELIC CAVALRY SPUR

RELIC CAVALRY SPUR

This is a single, excavated cavalry spur.  Federal style spur with gutter at heel. Replaced rowel. Nice patina on the brass and in very good “dug” condition. Recovered at Spotsylvania, VA. … (665-49). Learn More »

RELIC CIVILIAN / CONFEDERATE CAVALRY SPUR

RELIC CIVILIAN / CONFEDERATE CAVALRY SPUR

This is a single, excavated cavalry spur.  Civilian or Confederate style spur with scalloped edges. No rowel. Light patina on the brass, may have been over cleaned by the “digger”. In very good… (665-50). Learn More »

RELIC CIVILIAN / CONFEDERATE CAVALRY SPUR

RELIC CIVILIAN / CONFEDERATE CAVALRY SPUR

This is a single, excavated cavalry spur.  Civilian or Confederate style spur with scalloped edges. Large sun-burst style rowel. Light patina on the brass; piece was over cleaned by the “digger”… (665-44). Learn More »

RELIC CAVALRY SPUR

RELIC CAVALRY SPUR

This is a single, excavated cavalry spur.  Federal style spur without gutter at heel. Complete with iron rowel. Nice green color to the brass and in very good “dug” condition. Recovered back in… (665-48). Learn More »

RELIC CONFEDERATE CAVALRY SPUR

RELIC CONFEDERATE CAVALRY SPUR

This is a single, excavated cavalry spur.  Brass civilian style used by Confederates. Rusty remains of iron rowel and small bit of leather strap on one side. Nice green color to the brass and in very… (665-52). Learn More »

WESTERN SPUR MAKER MARKED P.B. HIRSCH, LAS ANIMAS, COLORADO

WESTERN SPUR MAKER MARKED P.B. HIRSCH, LAS ANIMAS, COLORADO

Leather wrapped spur has large rowel that freely spins. Light surface rust is present. Original chain and leather heel band are attached on one side of spur. Band is stamped with maker’s mark,… (801-572). Learn More »

U.S. ENLISTEDMAN’S SPURS

U.S. ENLISTEDMAN’S SPURS

Here is a non-dug pair of U.S. enlistedman’s brass spurs. Rowels are present on both spurs. Brass has most of original gilt with some scattered spotting. No markings. … (M25630). Learn More »

M1859 CAVALRY SPURS

M1859 CAVALRY SPURS

Offered here is a non-dug pair of U.S. Model 1859 brass spurs. They have no groove inside but do have the floral motif on the necks. No rowels and no leather straps. Nice aged color. … (526-73). Learn More »

C1900 BRITISH SPURS

C1900 BRITISH SPURS

Leather strips on either side of one. Light rust over most of the surface of both. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER ITEMS AVAILABLE ON OUR WEB SITE, MAY BE PURCHASED… (408-146). Learn More »

US/CS BRASS SPUR

US/CS BRASS SPUR

Overall good condition, light rust. Mobile rowel, larger than standard. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER ITEMS AVAILABLE ON OUR WEB SITE, MAY BE PURCHASED THROUGH OUR… (408-162). Learn More »

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 »

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 »


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SPECTACULAR PORTRAIT, PRESIDENTIAL COMMISSION AND EBONY WALKING STICK ID TO BVT. BRIG. GENERAL DAVID H. VINTON

David Hammond Vinton was born May 4, 1803 in Providence, Rhode Island. Vinton attended the West Point Military Academy from September 1, 1818 to July 1, 1822 where he graduated 14th in his class. He was commissioned in the Army as a 2nd Lieutenant of… (740-825). Learn More »

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