A beautiful pair of nickel constructed “Skinner Co.” 1918 dated spurs, each featuring broad c arrow acceptance marks clearly stamped into each of the shanks. Each spur features fully intact buckle and buckle chapes along with leather straps that remain largely supple with minor wear and cracks. Each leather boot strap features a boot cover stamped to the “Ottawa” maker “Hugh Carson Co. Ltd.” and appear faintly dated to 1917. Additionally, both boot covers feature broad c arrow acceptance marks and inspector number “2”. Undoubtably a great set of complete and marked spurs that cannot not be outdone, a must have for any mounted collector.
World War One Canadian Cavalry Spurs Maker Marked Dated 1918 And Broad C Arrow Stamps
1 in stock
SKU: A-0139 Categories: Allied Powers, Canada, Great Britain, and Commonwealth, The First World War 1914 - 1918
Constructed of hardened brown leather, a regimental sporran with accompanying belt. The sporran is assembled from multi-piece leather by running stitches, and rivets. Firmly stamped into the flap, the number 42 suggests issue to the 42nd Battalion CEF (Royal Highlanders of Canada).