A Pair of Antique Tan Field Boots with Trees by Faulkner & Son - Sold

A pair of late 19th / early 20th Century tan military boots which would look very good on display .
They have four part wooden trees
The insides of the boots are embossed

"Faulkner & Son
52, South Molton Street, London
9, Bridge Street, Cambridge
and
51 East 42nd Street, New York
Three Grand Prix Franco-British & Turin International Exhibitions
"

Faulkner & Son were well known makers of military boots, they were at these addresses until around 1910.
They were later taken over by Maxwell's.
These are antique boots, the leather on the inside of the legs has a crackled or crazed appearance.
The legs are thinner than seen on most modern boots.
They have been re-soled (probably many times) and there are studs or hobnails in the soles.

Measurements :
External boot foot length : 11¼ inches (28.5cm),
Widest part of sole 4" inches (10cm), Height of back seam (including 1" heel) 19 inches (48.5cm)

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