Brass Box Spurs

A very similar spur is illustrated in de Lacy's "The History of the Spur". He describes it as "Brass spur. Period of Waterloo"
These spurs are made from brass, they have long straight necks which point slightly downwards and multi-pointed rowels. They attach to the heel of the boot with spikes (illustrated). There are no marks or stamps on them
The arms of one spur have been bent outwards slightly - perhaps to accommodate a larger heel?

Dimensions : 27/8" (73mm) wide x 4"(100mm) long

Weight - approx 2¼oz (62g)

Ref : spur011

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