Even the rowels have engraved silver on each spoke. Old set of spurs with original straps. Old set of Anchor spurs with heart buttons. Oscar ran his own blacksmith for about a year before shutting it down to help in the war effort. Bag has been well used still in good shape. Old brass spurs maker marked E.
Unmarked spurs can still be worth a hundreds to thousands of dollars if they can be credibly attributed to a famous maker. It shows 189 spur and 105 bit models. That spur model was the number 145 which was made by both Crockett and their competitor Kelly Brothers, Manufacturers. . Jewelers stamp inside of heelband. He met Tom Mix there and when the Miller show closed early they finished the season with the Buffalo Bill Wild West Show.
Martha Jane Canary or Cannary, better known as Calamity Jane, was an American frontierswoman and professional scout, known for her claim of being an acquaintance of Wild Bill Hickok and for fighting Indians. There are some experts and specialists out there who can identify a maker just based on the look and the construction technique of the spur or by the style of engraving on the mountings or inlays. Description: This is a pair of vintage handmade Crockett spurs. A very rare Post Card. Nice set of small pair lady spurs with leather straps. Shipley who was expanding his own production of bits and spurs after a falling out with J. Handle is made of horn.
Engraved Crockett spurs made from Aluminum. Nice set of Cowboy Chaps with pockets. These spurs are single one side silver mounted with silver inlay on the spur shanks and an overlay along the outside of the heel band. Many collectors myself included really enjoy knowing the history behind even a common pair of spurs. They have unique, original jingle bobs and the chains appear to also be the originals.
Old ornate brass stirrups in good condition. It is a nice piece of western history. We have seen nor heard of any other company or craftsman who made this style spur. However, after the Civil War, that would change as more and more people moved westward. You can view these spurs as they were in the catalog on the Cowboy Museum website. This piece came out of the famous 101 Ranch Home.
Nice early studded chaps with conchos. Very rare Annie Oakley Tobacco Card in good condition. Saddle makes for a nice display or could use on trail rides. Both companies called it the model number 145. In very nice condition Powder River Denver Colorado saddle bags. Maker marked Huntsville Prison bit.
Measures 19 inches high and 18 inches long. Will look great in a cowboy and Indian collection. Rare iron curb bit overlaid with stylized silver roadrunner on the unusual twisted cheeks stamped, domed conchos with turquoise inset centers. Old spade bit mounted with American silver dollars. These spurs are well marked and in excellent condition with a great patina showing their age.
These are large Buermann spurs -- 7inches overall length with 2inch rowels that haqve 17 rowel points. We are associated with other key Cowboy sites such as and with other research sites such as. Bottom line, when trying to evaluate your antique spurs, it is important to understand that the location of the maker matters. In Medieval times, the spurs were a symbol of Knighthood and elaborate gold and silver spurs with gemstones and other crazy details became very fashionable. You will find options for using your credit card, your bank account or your existing PayPal account. Old set of Cowboy wrist cuffs in good condition. Shown above are the terms used to describe the different parts of spurs.
These spurrs were made by Eduardo Garcia. A nice original patina from years of use is expected and that will not hurt the value. Large rowels with one of the buttons missing. Note: the photo flash picked up some bronze like color. A one piece design with 4 strap pins. Spurs have large rowels with silver inlay. Let me know if there is any provenance as well.
Antique brass Mexican Spurs with engraving. Knowing where the spurs were worn and by who is absolutely never going to hurt the value. His spurs are highly prized due to the fine silver inlay work. Vintage ladys western shirt In 1936 they opened an office in Los Angeles and later changed the label to H bar C California Ranchwear. In 1936 they opened an office in Los Angeles and later changed the label to H bar C California Ranchwear. One of the more unique spurs I have encountered.