CONFEDERATE SPUR EXCAVATED IN MISSOURI- TEXAS CONNECTION

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This Confederate spur was dug from a campsite in Missouri and was displayed in the Texas Civil War Museum with a non-dug example having a Texas association, the two thus providing a good southern connection for the style with evidence of field use. The sidebars are concave but the neck has flat sides and is almost straight, coming out of the upper portion of the heel, then flaring slightly and drooping to the multi-point iron rowel. The condition is very good. The brass has a medium tone with just slight age spotting. The rowel shows a light-brown rust, but the points are intact. See our other offerings for the non-dug example. A Texas origin has been suggested.  [sr] [PH:L]

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