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PAIR OF CIVIL WAR OFFICER’S SPURS

PAIR OF CIVIL WAR OFFICER’S SPURS

Pair of cast brass spurs decorated on the exterior with scrollwork on the back of the yoke below the rowel mount and parallel raised linear decoration along the arms. Both rowels rotate and have all… (2022-989). Learn More »

UNIQUE SILVER CAMEL-HEAD SPURS WITH U.S. SILVER COIN ROWELS!

UNIQUE SILVER CAMEL-HEAD SPURS WITH U.S. SILVER COIN ROWELS!

These very unusual silver spurs bear a maker’s mark in a recessed diamond that looks French to us, but which we cannot identify precisely: “G” over “J” and “R” with a small quatrefoil… (801-567). 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 »

PRE-WAR BOX SPURS WITH VERBAL ID TO AN OHIO ARTILLERY OFFICER WOUNDED AT GETTYSBURG

PRE-WAR BOX SPURS WITH VERBAL ID TO AN OHIO ARTILLERY OFFICER WOUNDED AT GETTYSBURG

This small pair of box spurs was meant to wear on the heel of the boot with the spike at the back of the yoke penetrating the boot heel. Spurs are made of iron with a 2.25 inch arm protruding off the… (1054-2168). 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 »

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 »

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 »

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 »

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 »


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FROEHLICH, CONFEDERATE STATES ARMORY, KENANSVILLE NC CAVALRY OFFICER’S SWORD

There are only six known examples (Louis Froelich, Arms-Maker to the Confederacy by McAden & Fonvielle, pg. 56) of this unique Cavalry officer’s pattern, which has a large brass guard with “C.S.A.” cutout in the hilt, brown leather wrapped… (870-556). Learn More »

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