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BRASS SPUR FROM SURGEON OF 10TH PA. RESERVE INFANTRY

BRASS SPUR FROM SURGEON OF 10TH PA. RESERVE INFANTRY

A single brass spur complete with pointy iron rowel. Non-regulation style spur with rounded neck and round boot strap loops. Brass is clean with mellow tone. Reportedly part of the belongings of… (340-03). Learn More »

$190.00
Originally $215.00

SCARCE PAIR OF ELEGANT CIVIL WAR OFFICER’S BRASS EAGLEHEAD BOX-TYPE SPURS

SCARCE PAIR OF ELEGANT CIVIL WAR OFFICER’S BRASS EAGLEHEAD BOX-TYPE SPURS

A very nice pair of English-made spurs imported for the American market combining the scarce military eagle-head form of spur with a just as scarce patented “box-type” fastening system. The system… (1179-487). Learn More »

US CIVIL WAR CAVALRY SPUR FROM 2ND MANASSAS

US CIVIL WAR CAVALRY SPUR FROM 2ND MANASSAS

Relic brass spur is complete with a complete iron rowel. Regulation Federal style spur with square strap brackets at ends of arms. Found with small strap roller buckle. Perfect even brown patina with… (236-171). Learn More »

$95.00
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RELIC US/CS RAKING SPUR RECOVERED FROM FREDERICKSBURG

RELIC US/CS RAKING SPUR RECOVERED FROM FREDERICKSBURG

Item is a single, delicate brass spur with oval yokes and a horizontal rowel. The spur is solid but the rowel has rusted and is missing half of its surface.   [ad]… (2023-1436). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE MISSISSIPPI STYLE CAVALRY SPUR

CONFEDERATE MISSISSIPPI STYLE CAVALRY SPUR

This Confederate spur uses oval, slotted strap plates, and somewhat crudely cast convex side bars that extend smoothly into the goose-neck style neck with rounded tip and flat sides at the rowel… (1184-159). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE RICHMOND “BRANDY” SPUR

CONFEDERATE RICHMOND “BRANDY” SPUR

This is a classic Confederate cavalry spur and is in very good condition. Only the iron rowel is missing. The brass has a green/brown patina. There are no bends, breaks or repairs. Howard Crouch… (1184-154). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE "RICHMOND" SPUR VARIANT

CONFEDERATE "RICHMOND" SPUR VARIANT

This is a variation of the classic "Richmond" style Confederate cavalry spur and is in good condition. The iron rowel is missing. The brass has an even green patina with some traces of the Orange… (1184-158). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE RICHMOND CAVALRY SPUR RECOVERED IN ORANGE, VA

CONFEDERATE RICHMOND CAVALRY SPUR RECOVERED IN ORANGE, VA

Here we have a relic Richmond style spur used by a Confederate Cavalryman likely in the area of Orange, Virginia as it was recovered there. This piece is made from heavy cast brass and has no bends or… (1184-155). Learn More »

SINGLE POST-CIVIL WAR U.S. CAVALRY SPUR

SINGLE POST-CIVIL WAR U.S. CAVALRY SPUR

Brass spur has much of the original gilt showing, with scattered areas of darkening or spotting. Shows remains of iron rowel.  Brass has one small crack, but spur is still very sturdy. Measures 5… (1030-340). Learn More »

$50.00
Originally $95.00

CONFEDERATE MISSISSIPPI STYLE CAVALRY SPUR

CONFEDERATE MISSISSIPPI STYLE CAVALRY SPUR

This Confederate spur uses oval, slotted strap plates, and somewhat crudely cast convex side bars that extend smoothly into the goose-neck style neck with rounded tip and flat sides at the rowel box.… (1184-160). Learn More »

PAIR OF BRASS OFFICER’S STYLE BOX SPURS BY MAXWELL

PAIR OF BRASS OFFICER’S STYLE BOX SPURS BY MAXWELL

The term “box” spur is derived from the use of small metal box inlet into the heel of a boot into which the central metal prong between the side bars of the spur is inserted and held by a spring… (160-26). Learn More »

SMALL SIZE CIVIL WAR ERA SPURS – LIKELY FOR LADIES OR CHILDREN

SMALL SIZE CIVIL WAR ERA SPURS – LIKELY FOR LADIES OR CHILDREN

Small pair of brass spurs, measuring 2.75” from heel forward, 2.75” in width. Attractive brass spurs. Spiked rowels measure .50” in diameter, and are in great condition. The pair exhibit an… (M26339). Learn More »

DUG CONFEDERATE SPUR

DUG CONFEDERATE SPUR

This is a nice, excavated Confederate spur.  It is cast brass and retains a good green patina.  Possibly a copy of a civilian style. Has curved neck with no iron rowel remaining.  Slight bend at… (1000-1520). Learn More »

DUG CONFEDERATE SPUR

DUG CONFEDERATE SPUR

This is a nice, excavated Confederate spur. Similar in style to federal spurs. It is cast brass and retains a good green patina.  Has squared-off neck with no iron rowel remaining.  Slight bend in… (1000-1515). Learn More »


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QUARTER-PLATE AMBROTYPE AND TWO LETTERS OF CONFEDERATE OFFICER RUNNELS DAVIS, WHO DIED OF WOUNDS RECEIVED AT THIRD WINCHESTER

Runnels Davis was born June 1, 1835. He was the first-born son of Alfred Ward Grayson Davis who was a roommate and third cousin, once removed, of future Confederate President Jefferson Davis at West Point. Alfred Davis left West Point before… (846-521). Learn More »

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