CONFEDERATE CAVALRY SPUR

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Item Code: 490-6765

This is one the wide variety of spurs produced throughout the south during the Civil War with many variations, but recognizably Confederate. The side straps are flat, but contoured to narrow toward the front and then widen again for the spur strap slots, and are then finished with beveled corners. The neck is straight, extending from the center of the heel, and wide, but oval in cross-section. The iron rowel is still in place and its points are good. The brass body has an even, aged patina. There are no bends, breaks or repairs. This deserves a place in a Confederate cavalry collection. [SR][PH:L]

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