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need help identifying spurs

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need help identifying spurs

Postby gobear » Sat Mar 28, 2015 1:21 pm

I bought a pair of ladies spurs at a flea market. I originally thought they were a cheap pair of English spurs but after looking at them a little I noticed that the buckles were marked sterling overlay. They are pretty nice. I thought maybe the spurs might be more desirable since someone put such nice straps on them. There are embossed marks on them not stamps but they are mostly worn off. I can make out a K on one spur and a circle with an r in it (trademark )on the other. I have photos. If anyone can help me ID them I'd really appreciate it. Thanks gobear
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Re: need help identifying spurs

Postby jesse.beckham » Mon Mar 30, 2015 4:13 pm

Moore Maker Knives in Matador, Texas used to make some Spurs years ago if I'm not mistaken. Before they were famous for making knives.
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