US SPUR RECOVERED AT BRANDY STATION

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Item Code: 665-78

Spur is complete except for the rowel which has rusted away.

Both keepers are solid and the neck still displays scroll decorations.

Surface is dark and dusty. Small tag that reads “BRANDY STATION” is still attached.

Brandy Station was the site of the largest cavalry battle of the war.  [ad]

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