[Show slideshow] Single Spanish Colonial period spur, brass inlaid, traditional multi-point rowel of the 1850-1870 period probably. $795
[Show slideshow] Single Spanish Colonial period spur with unusual sawtooth rowel, silver rowel disc, unusual heel band and buttons, circa 1850. $895
[Show slideshow] Single Spanish Colonial period spur, traditional 6 point rowel about 5” diameter, circa 1750, rare in this condition. $995
[Show slideshow] Cowboy spurs, Texas style, made by famous maker J. O. Bass, Tulia, Texas and so marked, #1267, nickel and brass mounted, the brass mounts may have been done later but these are as found in Montana. $12,500.
[Show slideshow] Large Chilean South American spurs with 5” rowels, earlier than most, with inlaid silver and better made with inlays than usually seen because of age, about 1890-1920. $600
[Show slideshow] Nice early Buermann spurs, with inlaid silver and drop shank, marked with Buermann star under button and nice Morgan silver dollar conchos on straps. There is still some bluing left on the spurs, nice condition, circa 1900 with good straps. $1500
[Show slideshow] Great looking double mounted bottle opener style spurs with Mexican coin buttons. Initials “AEG” on outside and marked “HAND FORGED” on inside of heel band.
[Show slideshow] Classic J.O. bass spurs – single mounted silver overlay – 100% original – Tulia Very had to find classic 100% original pair of antique J.O. Bass spurs. Single mounted silver overlay with staple buttons. Measure approximately 5 ¾ inches long overall with 2 3/8 shanks, 3 ¼ inch inside heel opening, 2 […]
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[Show slideshow] Rock Island Arsenal spurs, brass, marked “RIA” and “1905”, steel rowel, WWI vintage with the nice rare mark, original straps, great unusual condition, $450