WESTERN SPURS, “CROCKETT” MAKER, ca. 1880s/90s

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Item Code: 172-5490

Iron spurs, 5.5” in length, 3.25” in width, 2” prong extension, five notched-spoke rowel, 1.25” in diameter. W/four holed brown leather straps and buckles.  Spur metal work exhibits medium dark patina w/tarnish & light scratching. Leather exhibits very slight traces of cracking. Else supple & VG plus. In all, a pair of handsome of sturdy and handsome late 19th century spurs.  Western spur aficionados take note.  [jp]

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