This auction consists of three antique military brass spurs. Two are a matched pair and then there is a single third spur. I was not able to find any signature markings on any of the spurs, but they all do show wear. The matched pair show the most wear, as the rowels are completely worn down, as is the bottom of the spur where the rowels would sit. I believe that you can see this quite well in the pictures, especially in the last few pictures in the picture gallery. It looks as though they were worn low and then the rowels were allowed to be dragged on the ground. This pair of spurs still have the old leather spur straps which perhaps still could be usable, but they are quite old with some cracking of the worn leather. These spurs are 5 1/4" in length and the width between the open ends is about 3 3/8" (measured from the inside of one end to the inside of the other end).
The third single spur still has a rowel which spins freely. There is some evidence of what looks like black paint on the ends where the spur straps would attach, but I'm not certain. The rowel does not look like brass, instead maybe steel as a magnet will stick to it. The rowel is about 7/8th of an inch in diameter. The total length of the spur is about 4 7/8" long and the width of the distance between the open ends is 2 1/2", (inside to inside).
These three spurs are being sold "no returns" and I'll be happy to answer any questions or I can send anyone additional pictures if they would like.
Bidders from the lower 48 states only please and payment would be appreciated with-in 4 days after the auction ends. Thank-you.