EXCAVATED SELDOM SEEN 'BULLSEYE' BRASS ROSETTE

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Here is an original, typical bullseye-type brass rosette as used on cavalry and civilian bridle bits during the mid nineteenth century. In excavated relic condition, this artifact has lost the attachment loop that secured it to the headstall and reins of the bit. Specimen measures 1¾" in diameter and is ½" high. This good excavated example of horse equipment that would make a nice addition to any cavalry collection or display.

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