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Pair of spurs, iron or steel, 1-1/4" wide heel band with cut-out and stamped nickle-silver cowboy hat attached to outside of heel band. Two hole shank with notched bottom, outside of shank has a cut-out and stamped nickle-silver leaf design attached. 18 spoke rowel with incised lines and dots down each outer spike, riveted through outer shank hole. Spur buttons attached to separate iron strap piece looped through an iron rod attached to heel band; outside button is 1" nickle-silver with incised zigzags round edge. Inside heel band of A is stamped: 113. Two piece dark brown leather spur straps. Front piece is wide and rounded at outside and narrows to a 3/4" belt at inside; slightly scalloped outer edges with a stamped semi-circle and dot design; instep is tooled and stamped in a typical floral-leaf design. Inside strap has rounded end and band end looped through a chromed rectangular buckle and copper riveted back on itself. Circa 1900.