CONFEDERATE RICHMOND CAVALRY SPUR RECOVERED IN ORANGE, VA

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Item Code: 1184-155

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 breaks despite being packed in the ground for some time. The neck shows the typical squared-off style. The frozen iron rowel exists albeit the edges are broken off. Noticeable flaking of the rowel lets us see the different quality of the metals used here. Overall, this spur shows a nice dark patina throughout. A great relic example of Confederate cavalry gear used in the field.  [cla] [PH:L]

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