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LOT 1

LOT 2

LOT 3

Lot1-KBN&P Lot2-McChesney Lot3-California Spurs

A set of classic KBN&P. Silver mounted with silver arrow.

Classic short shanked set of spurs. Overlay silver on the spurs.

Outstanding California set of spurs with double-mounted silver inlay and original leather straps. One of the finest examples available.

LOT 4

LOT 5

LOT 6

Lot4-Early Spanish Spurs Lot5-Highly Decorated Spurs Lot6-Chilean Spurs

Early Spanish spurs with silver inlay on both sides with dropped shank.

1 pair of very ornately decorated spurs with interesting fluted design to the shank. The maker is unknown, but was a great artist. Estimated that these spurs date to the 1920s. Highly unusual and special set of spurs.

1 pair. Great pair of large rowel Chilean spurs. These spurs are notable for the intricacies of the inlay silver design on the heel bands. It is said that this design is reflective of the Moorish designs from North Africa. The heel bands are heavy with considerable silver. Great pair of Chilean spurs dating to the 1920s.

LOT 7

LOT 8

LOT 9

Lot7-Argentine Spurs Lot8-Early Spanish Spurs Lot9-Argentine Spurs

1 pair. Outstanding pair of Argentine spurs. Note the bird head on the shank. The rowels have circular covers. The spurs have the round discs between the heel band and shank, which dates to the early Spanish spurs. The heel bands are highly decorated and also have silver buckles to attach the leather straps.

These show the classic features of this type of Spanish spur.

1 pair that are attractive, early Argentine spurs with considerable engraving thoughout the spurs. They have circular discs between the shank and heel band. The buttons are very nicely decorated. These spurs are a great reflection of Argentine spur making.

LOT 10

LOT 11

Lot10-Early Mexican SpursLot10-Early Mexican Spurs Lot11-Chihuahuan Style Spurs

This pair has heavy silver inlay and original zebra hide straps. Straps have original buckles and heel chain. Also has large 4-inch rowels and jinglebobs. One of the finest sets of spurs in this collection.

Large, heavy set of Chihuahuan spurs with original straps. Inlay silver and brass design on both sides of the spur heel band. Note the horseshoe design.

LOT 12

LOT 13

LOT 14

Lot12-California Spurs Lot13-Colonial Mexican Spurs Lot14-Early Mexican Spurs

A pair of highly decorated spurs of the California tradition. Deeply engraved design on the heel bands and long shanks. Floral design on buttons. Outstanding pair of spurs. Circa 1940.

A unique pair of spurs. Notable for their designs with thin rowels and heel bands. 20-point rowels and detailed punched holes in the heel band. Circa 1790s.

This set of spurs has silver inlay and original chains and jinglebobs. Note the unusual style of rowels.

LOT 15

LOT 16

LOT 17

Lot15-Chihuahuan Style Spurs Lot16-Crockett Spurs Lot17-Charro Spurs

1 pair. Straight engraving on one side, circa 1890.

Double-mounted engraved silver set of spurs. Classic style with heart design spur leather button.

1 pair. Classic floral and Aztec design with detailed engraving on the heel band and spur leather buttons. Outstanding example of the art of the Mexican spur.

LOT 18

LOT 19

LOT 20

Lot18-Crockett Spurs Lot19-Early Buermann Lot20-GS Garcia Elko Nevada

Silver mounted with detailed engraving on both the silver and iron heel band with tapered heel band and chap guard. 1 pair.

This set of spurs has jinglebobs and engraving.

A very interesting pair of spurs. These have silver engraving with American shield design and heel chains.

LOT 21

LOT 22

Lot20-GS Garcia Elko Nevada Lot21-Chilean Spurs Lot22-Early Chihuahuan Style Spurs

Outstanding set of spurs with original full leather straps, circa 1900.

This pair has original spur leathers with embossed design. Heel band nicely engraved also.

LOT 23

LOT 24

LOT 25

Lot23-Early Mexican Spurs Lot24-Silver Spurs Lot25-Miniature Chilean Boot & Spur

Delicately designed and engraved with jinglebobs and has design on silver buttons.

1 pair. Maker unknown. Highly decorated spurs with silver overlay and engraving. The rowels have disc covers and large jinglebobs. They have large chap guards and considerable engraving on the heel band and buttons. A very highly decorated set of spurs.

This could have been a salesman sample. Extremely unusual and rare. Outstanding leather work and includes original spur leather and miniature Chilean spur.

LOT 26

LOT 27

LOT 28

Lot26-Buermann California Style Lot27-California Style Lot28-Buermann Spurs

Jinglebobs, engraving and heel chains on this pair. Outstanding example of a classic Buermann style spur.

1 pair of high value spurs. Outstanding engraving, silver inlay, silver buttons and engraving on both sides of the heel band. Have chap guards.

Straight shank, silver inlay engraving on the heel band and button of this set of spurs.

LOT 29

LOT 30

LOT 31

Lot29-Mexico Charro Style Spurs Lot30-McChesney Bronc Spurs Lot31-Silver Spurs

This pair have elaborate silver inlay designs on the heel band, shank and also the rowels. Includes original spur leather and Turks head button. A fine example of Charro spurs.

A pair with silver-bronze inlay with engraving. Used by a Texas horse trainer. Good spur leather.

A pair. Appear to be California design with drop shanks, chap guards and considerable silver inlay with detailed engraving. High quality, attractive spurs. Circa 1850.

LOT 32

LOT 33

LOT 34

Lot32-Attributed to E. Garcia Lot33-Buddy Foster Spur Chaps (Decatur, Texas) Lot34-Mexican Chihuahuan Spurs from Revolution Period

A pair with silver inlay on heel band, shank and rowels. Appears to have never been worn. California style spurs. Gun bluing.

1 set. Excellent conchos and silver studs.

Heavy set of spurs, each weighing 2 lbs. The owner must have had very strong legs.

LOT 35

LOT 36

LOT 37

Lot35-Early Mexican Iron Spurs Lot36-Early Conquistador Iron Spurs Lot37-Jess Hodge Spurs

A pair with straight shanks and a plain design.

This pair of spurs has elaborate designs with large rowels. This is some of the earliest spurs that would have been used in the Americas

Early set of Texas spurs with outstanding silver and bronze decorations and heart buttons on both sides. Original leather straps and handmade buckles. Extremely desirable Texas spur.

LOT 38

LOT 39

Lot37-Jess Hodge Spurs Lot38-Heavy Mexican Spurs from the Revolution Period Lot39-Pre-Civil War Single Spurs

1 pair. Each spur weighs more than 1-lb. Plain design with large buttons.

2 singles. One designed to be permanently attached to the boot. Other spur has a horizontal rowel.

LOT 40

LOT 41

LOT 42

Lot40-Spanish Spurs Lot41-E.  Garcia Lot42-O. Crockett

A pair from early 1700s. Heavy shank similar to the conquistador style. Large jinglebobs. Star design on shank and silver brass inlay on both heel band and shank. Original heel chains. Highly sophisticated spur design.

Elaborate designed pair of spurs with silver inlay, star design with crescent moon on the heel band. Gun metal bluing. Chap guard and jinglebobs. Appear to have never been used.

Beautiful set of spurs in with silver overlay engraving. The name O. Crockett marked on the inside of the heel band. Original leather straps. Silver engraved buttons.

LOT 43

LOT 44

LOT 45

Lot43-O. Crockett Lot44-Chilean Spur Lot45-Early McChesney Gal Legs

Crockett set of spurs with silver overlay and silver buttons. The Crockett name is on the outside of the heel band.

A pair with intricate design on both sides of the shank and heel band. Excellent quality of the silver inlay. Circa 1900.

This pair has silver overlay, excellent engraving and silver buttons. Excellent example of an early McChesney spur.

LOT 46

LOT 47

Lot46-Adolf Frank Schneider Spurs Lot47-Spur from Custer BattlefieldLot47-Spur from Custer Battlefield

A pair of unique styled light weight Texas spur. Original leather straps. Contrasts dramatically against other Chihuahuan and Texas heavy spurs.

Spur is a light Cavalry type spur with original wire attachment. Refer to the detail letter for the provenance of the lot.

LOT 48

LOT 49

LOT 50

Lot48-Early Mexican Spurs Lot49-Buermann/North & Judd Spurs Lot50-Buermann Spurs

This pair has intricate casting, showing vine design. Large rowel. Unusual design.

A pair with silver overlay with engraving on the heel band, shank and button. Original leather strap. Numbering on the bottom of the heel band.

A pair with engraved heel bands and original heel chains. Probably designed for a woman rider.

LOT 51

LOT 52

Lot51-Kelly Spurs Lot52-Crockett Bit & Spur CatalogLot52-Crockett Bit & Spur Catalog

These spurs have silver overlay with engraving.

Believed to be original catalog from 1949.

LOT 53

LOT 54

Lot52-Crockett Bit & Spur Catalog Lot53-Buermann Triple Gal Legs Lot54-Mexican Charro Spurs

A pair of brass spurs with nice engraving. Silver rowels and buttons.

A pair. High quality, circa 1950s. Double silver mounted designs.

LOT 55

LOT 56

LOT 57

Lot55-Early Mexican Sonora Spurs Lot56-North & Judd Spurs Lot57-Rare Mexican Spur from the Maximillian Period

This pair has original jinglebobs, heel chains, with a silver engraved design on both sides with original one-piece outstanding leather straps. Has a classic dropped shank. The number 95 is tooled on the leather strap. Outstanding example of this type of spur.

Two pairs of Hercules bronzed spurs. One pair with silver buttons and engraved design. Other pair is plain.

Rare Mexican Spur from the Maximillian Period

LOT 58

LOT 59

LOT 60

Lot58-Ricardo Spur Lot59-Buermann Spurs Lot60-North & Judd Spurs

Single stainless steel spur with unusual double button design.

This pair has engraving on both sides of the heel band. Original leather straps. Circa 1880.

A pair of spurs with plain design with original leather straps. Quality rowels. Circa 1920s.

LOT 61

LOT 62

LOT 63

Lot61-American Indian Spurs Lot62-Kelly Spurs Lot63-Kelly Spurs

Unusual pair of spurs with turquoise stone in the buttons. Silver overlay with Indian design and symbols. Rare to find the Indian influence that is found in this lot.

Simple design with engraving on the leather buttons of this pair.

Chihuahuan style set of spurs. Chrome plated. Engraving on spur buttons. Popular Texas spur design.

LOT 64

LOT 65

LOT 66

Lot64-Rodeo Spurs Lot65-Mexican Spurs Lot66-Mexican Charro Spurs

Two pairs of stainless steel spurs with original straps. One pair designed for rodeo competition and one for general riding.

A pair of Sonora style spurs with silver inlay, although much of it has been lost with use. Original heel chains and jinglebobs.

1 pair. Elaborate silver inlay with engraving on shank, rowels, buttons and both sides of heel bands. Horseshoe and floral patterns. Outstanding example of the artistry of the Mexican spur. Original leather straps.

LOT 67

LOT 68

LOT 69

Lot67-Shop Made Iron Spurs Lot68-Biggs Spurs Lot69-Mexican Spurs

1 pair. These have original leather straps. Plain design with large rowels. Circa 1910.

Contemporary set of spurs with silver overlay and engraving. Buttons are silver and engraved also. Attractive, functional spurs.

1 pair. Contemporary bird design from the short shank through the heel band. Quality stainless steel metal. Unusual rowel. These have leather straps.

LOT 70

LOT 71

LOT 72

Lot70-Mexican Spurs Lot71-Mexican Spurs Lot72-Mexican Spurs

1 pair. Contemporary bird design from the short shank through the heel band. Quality stainless steel metal. Unusual rowel. No leather straps on this lot.

1 pair. Contemporary bird design from the short shank through the heel band. Quality stainless steel metal. Unusual rowel. No leather straps on this lot.

Child size set of spurs. Contemporary and engraved.

LOT 73

LOT 74

LOT 75

Lot73-Buermann Spurs Lot74-Mexican Spurs Lot75-California Spurs

4 sets. Long shanked. Circa 1870. Typical of post Civil War spurs.

1 pair. High quality spur design. Exemplifies the best in Mexican spur artistry. Detailed engraving in the iron spur, as well as inlay silver engraving. Original leather straps even include silver floral design. Large Turks head button. Heavy spurs, weighing more than 1 lb. each.

1 pair. Maker unknown. Excellent silver design and engraving. Chap guard included. Excellent quality of spurs. Circa 1950.

LOT 76

LOT 77

LOT 78

Lot76-Cavalry Spurs Lot77-Civil War Cavalry Spurs Lot78-Mexican Sonora Spurs

3 sets of spurs. Two pairs of U.S. Cavalry spurs, marked "U.S. A.B." Third set made by Elite. All three pairs have original straps. The Elite made pair has unique leather strap with a large star on each strap.

Recovered from a Virginia battleground. 1 pair.

1 pair. These have dropped shank and inlay silver on both sides of the heel band and shank.

LOT 79

LOT 80

LOT 81

Lot79-Civil War Officer Spurs Lot80-Buermann Spurs Lot81-J Pierce Spurs

2singles. Designed to snap into the heel of the boot thereby not needing a strap around the boot.

4 sets. Eureka style spurs by Buermann. These were the least expensive spur a cowboy could purchase after the Civil War. These are simple utilitarian spurs.

Quality set of spurs with the owner's initials "TW" on the heel band. Silver button with engraving. Number 49 on heel band. Large rowels. Initials JP on the inside of the heel band signifying the maker, J Pierce.

LOT 82

LOT 83

LOT 84

Lot82-North & Judd Curry Comb Lot83-Maker Unknown Lot84-Military Spurs

Metal curry comb. Patented in 1909 by North & Judd. Beautiful example of the Anchor logo on the comb. Original leather strap remains with the comb. Appears to be relatively unused. Mint condition.

1 pair.Brass overlay with floral design on button. Brass rowel. Large chap guard. May have been made by one of the Boone brothers.

4 sets. Two pairs from the Civil War. Two pairs pre Civil War, with one of these designed to be screwed into the heel of the boot. Interesting examples of military spurs from the early 1800s through Civil War.

LOT 85

LOT 86

LOT 87

Lot85-Mexican Chihuahuan Spurs Lot86-Early  Spanish Spurs Lot87-Chilean Gaucho Spurs

1 pair. Light engraving. Type of spur used by Texas cowboys after the Civil War.

4 single spurs. Each is an example of the typical Colonial type spur with a thin heel band and drop shank. They reflect outstanding metal work. Circa 1700.

This pair exemplifies the highest quality of silver inlay design, in addition to silver patterns reminiscent of the North African Moors. The spurs includes numerous small brass ornamentation. They have large 3.5 inch rowels with heavy shanks. Circa 1890.

LOT 88

LOT 89

LOT 90

Lot88-Pate Boone Spur Lot89-Crockett Renalde Spurs Lot90-Chilean Gaucho Spurs

Single stainless steel spur with unusual double button design. Light engraving and marked Boone on the inside.

2 single spurs. One is stainless steel and one is aluminum.

3 single spurs. One with the original strap. Each have large rowels from 3.5 to 4.5 inches in size. Detailed silver inlay and very heavy.

LOT 91

LOT 92

LOT 93

Lot91-Iron Cinch Buckles Lot92-Kelly Spurs Lot93-Military Spurs

3 individual buckles. Circa 1890s.

1 pair. All four card suits displayed on the heel band in German silver. Other overlays on shank and has a floral designed button.

1 pair. Spur type that fits into the heel of the boot. This style was popular from the early 1800s through the Civil War.

LOT 94

LOT 95

LOT 96

Lot94-Spanish Stirrups Lot95-Maker Unknown Lot96-Buermann Spurs

1 set. Circa 1700.

Single spur. Horizontal rowel. Interesting example of a different approach to how the rowel should function with the horse.

3 sets. Long shanked, early Buermann cowboy spurs. Type available to cowboys after Civil War.

LOT 97

LOT 98

LOT 99

Lot97-Kelly Spurs Lot98-Kelly Brothers Spur Lot99-Civil War Spurs

2 sets. One pair is Kelly stainless with silver mounted on the heel band and rowel pin. Other pair is for a child.

Single spur with silver overlay with engraving on the heel band, shank and button. Straight shank design.

3 individual Civil War spurs. One has original leather strap.

LOT 100

LOT 101

LOT 102

Lot100-Ricardo Spurs Lot101-Buermann Spurs Lot102-Early Buermann Spurs

1 pair. Inlay with brass, beautifully engraved. Horsehead on button. Original leather straps. Heavy functional spurs. Circa 1940s.

This pair has silver engraved buttons and engraving on the heel band.

1 pair. Drop shanks, silver buttons, engraving on heel band. Original heel chains.

LOT 103

LOT 104

LOT 105

Lot103-Kelly Spurs Lot104-Crockett Spurs and Bit Lot105-Catalogues

1 pair with steer head design with engraving on the heel band and button. One of Kelly's most popular spurs. Original leather straps.

1943 stainless steel bit with matching pair of stainless steel mustache designed spurs. Circa 1946-1955. Crockett marked on the bottom of the heel band and on side of the bit.

Lot105-CataloguesLot105-CataloguesLot105-CataloguesLot105-Catalogues

5 individual catalogues. Myres original catalogue year unknown. M.Morales original catalog from the 1920s period. A Boone catalogue that appears to be an original. A 1949 original Miller Stockman catalogue and a 1965 original Ryon Saddle & Ranch Supply catalogue.

LOT 106

LOT 107

LOT 108

Lot106-Mexican Brass Spurs Lot107-Military Spurs Lot108-Crockett Spurs

10 individual spurs. One has some silver overlay. All of the spurs have floral engraved designs. Group is outstanding display of Mexican brass spur artistry. Circa 1930s.

6 individual spurs. Civil War military spurs. These show the different kinds of rowels used during the Civil War.

1 pair believed to be Crockett Spurs. Highly decorated with silver overlay and engraving. Large chap guards. Very attractive one piece spurs.

LOT 109

LOT 110

LOT 111

Lot109-Sims Spurs Lot110-Kelly Brothers Spur Lot111-North & Judd Spurs

2 individual single spurs. Both are stainless steel. One is a gal leg spur. One has the original leather.

Single spur with the original leather strap. Rowel is missing one tooth. Straight shanked iron spur.

1 pair that appear to be North & Judd Spurs with triangular design on the heel band. 5-point rowels. Circa 1940.

LOT 112

LOT 113

LOT 114

Lot112-Mexican Spurs Lot113-Mexican Charro Spurs Lot114-Buermann Spurs

1 pair. Excellent silver overlay with engraving. The strap is stamped with "Leon." The silver is double mounted.

1 pair. High quality engraving on all sides of the spur heel band, shank and rowel. These spurs were made for a prominent Mexican Charro and reflect the best in Mexican spur making.

1 set. Spurs are encased in leather, making them an unusual example of an American spur design.

LOT 115

LOT 116

LOT 117

Lot115-Mexican Spurs Lot116-Spur Straps Lot117-Buermann Spurs

1 pair. Early example of a small Chihuahuan spur with some silver inlay. Circa 1900.

3 sets of outstanding spur straps with large conchos. One set unused. Two sets with limited use.

1 pair. Engraving on the heel band and shank. Unusual rowels which have some damage. Original leather straps.

LOT 118

LOT 119

LOT 120

Lot118-Mexican Spurs Lot119-Adolf Frank Schneider Spurs Lot120-Mexican Spurs

3 individual spurs. Each has some silver inlay, including floral button. Circa 1910.

1 pair. Delicate spurs are double mounted on the shank and include silver buttons and the unusual original leather straps. The rowels are engraved on one side. Special Texas spurs.

4 individual spurs. Each has silver inlay as well as engraving. Each has a drop shanked design. Circa 1920-1930s.

LOT 121

LOT 122

LOT 123

Lot121-Mexican Spurs Lot122-Early Spanish Stirrup Lot123-Mexican Cinch Buckle

1 pair of brass spurs with heavy heel bands and short shanks. Large engraved button on each. Distinctive style.

1 stirrup. Maker unknown. Circa 1790s.

Highly decorated buckle with engraved silver design and brass letters. Excellent example of quality Mexican horse gear artistry.

LOT 124

LOT 125

LOT 126

Lot124-Spanish Spur Lot125-Charro Spurs Lot126-Large Spanish Spurs

Individual spur. Excellent example of the large type of spur the early conquistadors might have used in the early years of settling the Americas. 4-inch rowel.

1 pair of high quality Amozoc Charro spurs with considerable silver inlay and engraving. Silver floral designed buttons. Original leather straps in mint condition. Circa 1940.

2 individual spurs. Large 4.5 inch rowels. Examples of the large rowels used by Spanish horsemen. Excellent examples of the iron work of the earliest blacksmiths in the Americas. Circa 1700s.

LOT 127

LOT 128

LOT 129

Lot127-Military U.S. Stirrups Lot128-E.  Garcia Spurs Lot129-Chilean Spurs

2 sets. Circa 1860-1880s. Stamped "U.S." on the bottom.

1 pair. Classic design featuring the star and crescent moon. Drop shanked. Extensive silver inlay and excellent engravings. Has jinglebobs and rowel guards.

1 pair with large rowels. Silver engraved heel bands and shanks. Very attractive pair of spurs. Circa 1930.

LOT 130

LOT 131

LOT 132

Lot130-Chilean Spurs Lot131-Rodeo Spurs Lot132-Brass Spurs

1 pair with silver inlay design. One of the shanks is loose. 2-inch rowels.

This pair was made by the company, Rodeo. They have engraving on the heel bands, shanks and buttons. Original leather straps.

1 pair. Maker unknown. Brass spurs with heavy silver engraving on the outer band and shank. The button has silver engraved flower. Original leather straps.

LOT 133

LOT 134

LOT 135

Lot133-Crockett Renalde Spurs Lot134-Crockett Spurs Lot135-Buermann Spurs

1 pair. These are nickel-plated without decoration. Standard shank.

1 pair. Aluminum spurs with engraved design. Unusual rowel. Original leather straps. Crockett is stamped on the bottom of the heel band.

1 pair of U.S. Cavalry spurs stamped "Stain Steel Silver." Original leather straps.

LOT 136

LOT 137

LOT 138

Lot136-Kelly Spurs Lot137-Shipley Spurs Lot138-Spanish Spurs

1 pair of rare Kelly seconds marked with an X. Undecorated iron spurs with original leather straps.

Unmarked pair of spurs. Believed to be Shipley Gal Leg spurs with silver on the shank and on the heel band. Early Texas spur.

1 pair. Maker unknown. Early example of spurs used in the Americas. Excellent iron work. Appears to be a pair, but they are not identical. Engraving and excellent iron work on the spurs. Circa 1700.

LOT 139

LOT 140

LOT 141

Lot139-Military Spurs Lot140-Military Spurs Lot141-Argentine Spur Buckles

1 pair. Original leather straps and small rowels. Circa 1860-1890.

1 pair of Civil War brass spurs. Unmarked with original leather straps.

Decorative set of spur buckles.

LOT 142

LOT 143

LOT 144

Lot142-Chilean Spurs Lot143-Mexican Charro Spurs Lot144-Crockett Spurs

1 pair. Iron spurs with deep engraving. 4-inch rowels. Classic design. Circa 1900.

1 pair. Engraving on both sides of the heel band and the shank. Floral design throughout. Classic example of excellent brass work. High quality

1 pairof 1938 Crocketts. Stainless steel. Silver engraving on the band, shank and button. Crockett marked on the bottom of the heel band. Leather straps appear to be replacements, but are beautiful with silver studs. Excellent example of Crockett spurs.

LOT 145

LOT 146

LOT 147

Lot145-Wally Boone Spurs Lot146-North & Judd Spurs Lot147-Buermann  Spurs

1 pair. Double mounted with silver on the shank, band and buttons. Boone stamped on the outside of the heel band. Great example of Boone spurs.

1 set of early North & Judd iron spurs.

2 sets of Buermann spurs. One pair is long shanked with round rowels. One pair has star rowels.

LOT 148

LOT 149

LOT 150

Lot148-Decorative Cowboy Spurs Lot149-Wally Boone Spurs Lot150-Mexican Spurs

1 pair. Uncertain as to maker of spur, possibly could be Crocketts. Large silver concho on the outer band of the heel band. One piece spurs with chap guards and considerable engraving. Attractive pair of spurs.

1 pair. These are believed to be Wally Boone Spurs. Unmarked to maker, but has all the characteristics of a Wally Boone. These have chap guards and swing buttons.

1 pair. Unusual spurs with original and colorful straps, considerable engraving on the heel band. Highly unusual rowels. The spurs date from the 1940s and have several unique features.

LOT 151

LOT 152

LOT 153

Lot151-Leather Spur Straps Lot152-Charro Spurs Lot153-Silvered Brass Spurs

2 sets and 4 singles. One pair by Joe Gish. One pair by Colorado Saddlery. Four singles-one from Wolf Ranch in Wyoming, one from Concho Saddlery in San Angelo, Texas, one from G.S. Garcia in Elko, Nevada and one unmarked.

A pair of Amozoc made spurs with silver inlay and engraving. Floral buttons. Mint condition. Circa 1940.

1 pair. These are from Argentina with horizontal rowels, original chains and buckles. The letters "EAS" are stamped on the inside of the heel band. Beautifully constructed spur. These have been exhibited at the Cowgirl Hall of Fame Museum.

LOT 154

LOT 155

LOT 156

Lot154-Civil War Brass Spurs Lot155-Buermann Spurs and Matched Bit Lot156-Kelly Spurs

A pair of brass spurs, but the rowels are not identical. Original leather straps on one of the spurs.

The bit and spurs have identical silver overlay design. The bit also has two large silver conchos. The matching spurs have vertical overlay silver decorations and also silver buttons. The spurs have long shanks and round rowels. Highly desirable set.

A pair of purs with three silver hearts on each spur, along with silver engraving on the shank. Original spur leathers included. Circa 1930s. Kelly marked on the outside of the spur band. A popular Kelly spur design.

LOT 157

LOT 158

LOT 159

Lot157-Mexican Charro Spurs Lot158-Mexican Charro Spurs And Bit Lot159-Buermann  Spurs

This set of spurs has overlay silver, along with brass decorations. The silver has a floral design engraving. The silver design is on both sides of the heel band and shank. The rowels have silver overlay also. Attractive example of a Mexican Charro spur.

The spurs and bit exemplify some of the finest silver inlay and engraving. The spurs have detailed floral design on one side of the spur and vertical stripes on other side. The rowels have detailed engraving and the shank, also. The bit is remarkable for the amount of silver inlay and decoration. It has a high port, along with a large roller. This is an extraordinary set of spur and bit artistry. Circa 1940s.

Well-used set of "OK" style spurs. Buermann named this style after the shootout at the OK Corral. A very popular spur with Texas Cowboys.

LOT 160

LOT 161

LOT 162

Lot160-Buermann  Spurs Lot161-Mexican Spurs Lot162-Iron Spurs

A pair of popular drop shank style spur with designs cut on both sides of the heel band. The spurs have original chains and old leather straps. The spurs have a chap guard and the shank has a bird design.

A pair of quality Mexican spurs with engraving on the heel bands, shanks and rowels. The spurs have orginal leather straps. Circa 1950.

This pair of spurs stamped with the "JH12"and are a nice, functional spur for cowboys.

LOT 163

LOT 164

LOT 165

Lot163-Buermann  Spurs Lot164-Buermann  Spurs Lot165-Military Spurs

A pair of "OK" Buermann Spurs. "OK" is stamped on outside of heel band on both spurs.

3 sets. One pair of spurs has a long shank and the daisy pattern on one side of the heel band and shank. These spurs are marked "hand forged steel". Another pair are plain iron spurs with star rowels and the final pair is a nicely designed pattern with a short shank.

3 sets of early 1900s U.S. Cavalry spurs. All spurs marked "USAB". One set of spurs have original leather straps.

LOT 166

LOT 167

LOT 168

Lot166-North & Judd Curry Comb Lot167-Buermann  Spurs Lot168-Buermann  Spurs

Patented date of June 22.08. Has Anchor brand symbol on comb, also.

2 sets of Buermann OK Spurs. One pair has the original letter straps and round rowels. The other set has large, pointed rowels. This set exemplifies that the OK design came in different versions.

Attractive small set of spurs with nice detailed design on the outside heel band. They have original heel chains.

LOT 169

LOT 170

LOT 171

Lot169-California Spur Lot170-Kelly Spurs Lot171-Wally Boone Spurs

Single spur. Great example of California design with hearts and conchos. It has a uniquely designed chap guard. Original tooled leather strap in very good condition. Circa 1925.

1 pair. Spurs have silver overlay design on shank and on the outside button. The silver initials "MJM" are on the outside of the heel band. Original leather straps.

1 pair. Boone name is stamped on the inside of the band with the backward facing "E". The iron spurs have a simple engraving on the heel band and the shank. Nice example of Wally Boone craftmanship.

LOT 172

LOT 173

LOT 174

Lot172-Buermann  Spurs Lot173-Buermann  Spurs Lot174-Mexican Silver Decorated Spurs

1 pair. Iron spurs with old leather straps. The rowels are nicely engraved on both sides. These are somewhat similar to the OK Spurs, but with a smaller band.

1 pair. Early Buermann California style with original jinglebobs. Lovely engraving on the outside of the shank and heel band. Classic early Buermann design. Nice, original patina. Circa 1880s.

4 sets. Three sets are highly decorated with silver overlay and inlay. One pair has silver decoration on both sides of the spur, as well as the rowels with detailed floral and Aztec design on the heel band and shank. Another pair is especially heavy with vertical, silver inlay on the heel bands and detailed engraving on the shanks. These have the large Turk head buttons on the outside of the heel bands, extraordinarily attractive design. Another set is silver, decorated with Aztec design on the exterior of the heel band. These also have silver inlay design on both the shank and large rowels. This pair has the original leather embossed straps. The final pair is iron with light engraving on the outside of the band and shank.

LOT 175

LOT 176

LOT 177

Lot175-Iron Spurs Lot176-Buermann  Spurs Lot177-Gal Leg Spurs

2 sets of spurs. One set of Buermann OK Spurs with original leather straps and buckles. Second pair are shop-made spurs and appear to have been cast. Found in old barn near Palmer, Texas.

2 pairs. One pair is a simple, undecorated spur that was popular in Texas. They have nice leather straps. Remaining set is a classic Buermann with drop shank and original chains. Decorations on the outside band.

1 pair of high quality, contemporary gal leg spurs. Note the girl design on the outer heel band and silver and brass inlay. Nice engraving across the spur. A very nice set of contemporary spurs. Maker unknown.

LOT 178

LOT 179

LOT 180

Lot178-Large Mexican Spurs Lot179-California Spurs Lot180-Large Mexican Spurs

3 single spurs. These have large 5-inch rowels. One spur has nicely engraved design on the outside of heel band and shank. One spur has some silver inlay. These are all great examples of the early, large Mexican spur making. Circa 1850.

1 pair. "JN" is marked on both sides of the heel band. The spurs are highly decorated with silver overlay on the outside of the heel band and shank. The outside button is silver decorated, as well. Nice, large chap guard. Beautiful iron work. Original strap with one of the spurs. Great example of California spur making. Circa 1950.

3 singles each with 5-inch rowels. They are extraordinarily long--8-9 inches in length. One spur has inlay silver decorations on both sides of the band and shank. One spur has bird-feather design on the shank. These spurs date from the late 1700s.

LOT 181

LOT 182

LOT 183

Lot181-Buermann  Spurs Lot182-Walt Rambo Spurs Lot183-Crockett and Kelly Spurs

1 pair. Early Buermann spurs. May have been in military use. Both spurs are marked with the lettering "B POST".

1 pair. Double-mounted with silver overlay on the heel band and the rowel button. They are marked on the inside of the heel band with "Walt Rambo Austin, TX". Nice engraving on both the heel band and shank.

2 sets. One pair of Kelly made spurs with chrome plating and original heavy leather straps. "Kelly" is stamped on the outside of the heel band. Other set is a Crockett and are well-used. Marked by long wear. They have short shanks. Crockett is stamped on the bottom of the heel band. Interesting pairs of cowboy spurs.

LOT 184

LOT 185

LOT 186

Lot184-Kelly Spurs Lot185-North & Judd Spurs Lot186-Renalde Spurs

1 pair. Kelly undecorated spurs with a short shank and original leather straps.

2 sets. Both pairs have leather straps and both are stamped with the Anchor symbol.

3 sets. Most significant pair belonged to Whistle Ryon of Ryon Saddlery in the Fort Worth Stockyards. Mint condition with "Whistle" in large brass letters on the outside of the heel band. These are an important part of Fort Worth's western heritage. Next set are plain chrome Renalde spurs with original leather straps. Final pair are nicely decorated on the outside of the heel band and the shank. The button is also decorated. They have a short shank and original leather straps.

LOT 187

LOT 188

LOT 189

Lot187-Crockett Spur Lot188-Prison-Made Spurs Lot189-Prison-Made Spurs

Single spur. Crockett spur with short shank and silver overlay on the outside of the heel band and outside button. Circa 1935.

1 pair. Maker unknown, but appear to be prison-made spurs. Distinctive heavy metal with large rowels and heavy original chains. Original leather straps also.

1 pair. Interesting example of what appears to be a prison-made spur. These are made with a variety of metals with an overlay of decorated aluminum over the heel band. There is a decorated brass strip on the shank. The rowel is of another type of metal.

LOT 190

LOT 191

LOT 192

Lot190-Mexican Charro Spurs Lot191-Mexican Spurs Lot192-Mexican Spurs

1 pair. Both sides of the heel band is highly decorated with silver overlay, displaying floral designs. The button has a nice floral design as well. Nice example of circa 1940s Charro spur making.

A pair of large Mexican spurs with 4-inch rowels. At one time was highly decorated on the outside of the band and most of it is gone now. Obviously had heavy use. Original heavy straps included.

1 pair. Spurs have light engraving on both sides of the heel band and the shank. Well-used early spurs from the 1900s.

LOT 193

LOT 194

LOT 195

Lot193-Charro Spurs Lot194-Kelly Spurs and Bit Lot195-Crockett Spurs

A pair of highly decorated and remarkable, because the original leather straps are in good condition. Significant inlay and overlay with detailed decoration on both sides of the spur. Nice engraving on all parts of the spur, including the rowels and the buttons. Circa 1950.

4 single spurs and 1 bit. All spurs are plain with Kelly marked on the outside of the heel band. One spur is a Kelly 215 Rodeo Spur. One single spur is a large Kelly. Two spurs are small plain examples of Kelly work. The Kelly bit is remarkable with a brass decoration inlay design. The name Kelly is marked on the port of the bit.

2 sets. Both pairs have original leather straps and are made out of aluminum. Each pair has nice engraving on the outside of the heel band. "Crockett" is marked on the heel band of both sets.

LOT 196

LOT 197

LOT 198

Lot196-Mexican Spurs Lot197-Mexican Spurs Lot198-Mexican Spurs

3 single spurs. Two of the spurs appear to have withstood the test of time. The other spur is plain and undecorated.

1 pair. The outside of the heel band, shank and button are decorated in classic Aztec design. The original leather straps are deteriorated.

4 singles. Each of the single spurs are highly decorated with silver inlay and overlay. They all date from the 1940s. One spur is decorated on both sides with Aztec and floral designs with original straps. One spur has vertical silver inlay. One has decorations on both sides with vertical stripes and floral design. One is interesting because of the large, silver initials of "JG" and nice detailing of silver inlay on the other side of the heel band. Engraving also on the shank.

LOT 199

LOT 200

LOT 201

Lot199-Buermann Spurs Lot200-Mexican Spurs Lot201-North & Judd Spurs

3 sets. First set is plain with no decorations, but have the original spur chains. Next pair have short shanks and are without decorations. They do have the original leather straps and chains. Final pair is nicely engraved with a simple design on the outside band. These also have original leather straps, which are marked "H.B. Brand".

5 single spurs. One has nice brass wire decorations. The other four are plain examples of Mexican spur making. Have some decorations. Circa 1900.

1 pair and 1 single. These are children's spurs and a single U.S. Cavalry marked "USAB".

LOT 202

LOT 203

LOT 204

Lot202-Sims Spurs Lot203-Buermann  Spurs Lot204-Mexican Spurs

1 pair. Well made stainless steel Sims spurs with original leather straps.

4 single spurs. One is long shanked. Two have shorter shanks. One of these is a shop made spur with a very long shank.

5 single spurs. Four of them have modest engravings.

LOT 205

LOT 206

LOT 207

Lot205-Kelly Spurs Lot206-Crockett Spurs Lot207-Buermann  Spurs

1 pair. Arrow designed silver overlay on the shank with silver overlay on the outside of the heel band. Also has a heart shaped button. Classic Kelly designed set of spurs.

2 pair and 2 single spurs of aluminum Crockett made spurs. One set has original leather straps. Both sets have engraving designs on the outer band. Lot includes two singles, as well.

5 pairs of Buermann OK Spurs. One pair has original leather straps and spurs are both marked "OK". All sets are classic OK Spurs, which was named for the highly recognized Shootout at the OK Corral.

LOT 208

LOT 209

Lot208- Mexican Stirrup and Ring Bit Lot209-Copies of CataloguesLot209-Copies of Catalogues

Stirrup dates from the early Spanish period and the ring bit type used over many years in Mexico.

Lot209-Copies of CataloguesLot209-Copies of CataloguesLot209-Copies of Catalogues

6 copies of various catalogues. Lot includes 2 catalogues from P.H.Toner Harness and Saddlery, a 1919 The Mehlbach Saddle Co., a Goldberg, Staunton Saddlery Co., a Alfred Cornish, and a High Grade Bits, Spurs, Stirrups.

LOT 210

LOT 211

Lot209-Copies of Catalogues Lot210-Kelly and North & Judd Spurs Lot211-Military Bits

5 single spurs. One is a Kelly Rodeo Spur, one is a North & Judd Hercules Spur missing the rowel, one is a gal leg spur in poor condition. The other two are straight shanked spurs.

4 bits. U.S. Military watering bits. Stamped with "U.S." and "RIA" which stands for Rock Island Arsenal.

LOT 212

LOT 213

LOT 214

Lot212-Crockett Renalde Spurs Lot213-McChesney Lot214-Catalogues

4 pairs of aluminum spurs. One pair has original leather straps.

2 single spurs. One is an early goose design and the second is more contemporary aluminum spur with nice engraving.

2 Catalogues in this lot. The 1927 Edward H.Bohlin Catalogue is a copy, while the Edward H. Bohlin catalog is an original.

LOT 215

LOT 216

Lot214-Catalogues Lot215-Buermann  Spurs Lot216-Kelly Brothers Spurs

3 sets. Buermann iron drop shank spurs. Plain designs. One spur appears to have "XIT" marked on it. Two sets have original chains.

Single spur. Small with overlay of silver design on the heel band and shank. With small design on shank and button is silver with mother of pearl.

LOT 217

LOT 218

LOT 219

Lot217-Mexican Spurs Lot218-Renalde Spurs Lot219-U.S. Cavalry Bits

3 single heavy iron spurs. One with decoration on the outer band. Circa 1900.

2 pairs of aluminum spurs with original leather straps. Both have engraved designs on the outer band.

3 U.S. Cavalry bits.

LOT 220

LOT 221

LOT 222

Lot220-Original Catalogue Lot221-Mexican Spurs Lot222-Mexican Ring Bit

Original copy of the 1962 Southern Saddlery Co. Catalogue

3 single spurs. Very large with 4 to 6.5 inch rowels. Two are undecorated and one has some silver inlay and engraving. Great examples of the large rowel type of spur. Each weighs over 1 lb.

Very early Spanish-Mexican ring bit. It has engraving on the slobber bar. It has also has rollers on the port.

LOT 223

LOT 224

LOT 225

Lot223-Mexican Spurs Lot224-U.S. Cavalry Bits Lot225-Argentine and Crockett Spurs

3 single spurs. One spur has heavy designs on both sides of the heel band. The other two have remains of silver overlay decorations.

3 U.S. Cavalry bits.

1 pair and 3 single spurs. Ornate silver mixed spur from Argentina with the original leather and decorative chain that went around the rider's foot. Rare piece of South American equestrian horse gear. One single spur is made out of fine metal and decorated with stripes. There is silver in the metal. There are two Crockett single spurs. One is stainless steel without decoration and with a chap guard. The other one has a straight shank and engraving on the outer side of heel band.

LOT 226

LOT 227

Lot226-Chilean Spurs Lot227-KBN&PLot227-Copies of Catalogues

5 single spurs. Three of the spurs are highly decorated, showing the Moorish influence on the Chileans. Two spurs are straight shanked without decorations.

2 copies of Kelly's Hand Forged Bits and Spurs Catalogues

LOT 228

LOT 229

LOT 230

Lot228-Spurs Lot229-Spanish Colonial Spurs Lot230-Mexican Spurs

3 pairs. One pair is from the King Ranch and includes the receipt from the ranch with the "Running W" on the top of the receipt. The spurs originally sold for $45 and they are chrome with the bottle opener design. One other pair are stainless steel with some of the original leather straps. The other pair appear to be Renalde short shanked spurs with some engraving. One is missing the screw attachment for the rowel.

5 single spurs. Three of the spurs are early Colonial Mexican spurs with nice etching and good iron work. One of these three is unusual for having a single prong for the rowel. The other two appear to be North & Judd spurs.

5 singles. All with some decoration and the most notable has a Mexican brass coin for the button. It also has silver inlay of Aztec and floral design. One of the other spurs has a series of horseshoes for the inlay design. One of the other spurs has some deep silver inlay.

LOT 231

LOT 232

LOT 233

Lot231-Chilean Spur Lot232-Mexican Spurs Lot233-Wally Boone Spurs

Great example of a high quality Chilean spur. Note the detailed silver inlay design reflecting the North African equestrian traditions. 

4 single spurs. Three have the drop shank design of early Colonial spurs-dating to the early 1700s. The other spur is of a later period--circa 1890-1910. All are plain with no decorations. They all have 4-4.5 inch rowels.

1 pair that appear to be Wally Boone Spurs. The chap guards are notable in their almost horizontal positioning. The spurs were plated originally. Interesting example of a Texas spur.

LOT 234

LOT 235

LOT 236

Lot234-Mexican Spurs Lot235-Prison Made Spurs Lot236-Crockett Spurs

2 sets. One pair is highly decorated with inlay silver and engraving. Some of the original spur straps remain. These are traditional Charro spurs. Circa 1930. The second pair are more utilitarian and have been plated. Circa 1910.

2 pairs. The first pair are highly unusual with double mounted brass overlay on the steel spur. The buttons have a brass star and the 5 point rowels are nicely decorated. The pins holding the rowels are silver. The spurs have what appears to be the original leather straps. They also have chap guards. Second pair are gal leg spurs with silver and brass overlay with considerable engraving. The spur has an "R" in a circle, but does not appear to be the Renalde emblem.

1 pair. Nice example of a single piece, light metal Crockett spur with considerable engraving. 

LOT 237

LOT 238

LOT 239

Lot237-Prison Made Spurs Lot238-Buermann  Spurs Lot239-Military Spurs

5 singles. The first spur is a light spur with a straight shank and some type of metal overlay. The rowel is made out of a light metal as well. The second spur appears to be a prison spur and has a U.S. 5 cent coins for the button and rowel. There is some lettering on the side of the spur, which is difficult to decipher. The other three spurs are long-shanked, early Buermann spurs and one is decorated with a series of Xs and the other two are not decorated.

1 pair. These are Buermann OK style spurs with the original leather straps. The rowels are nicely marked.

1 pair. Light military spurs of pre Civil War vintage. They have original straps.

LOT 240

LOT 241

LOT 242

Lot240-Kelly and Crockett Spurs Lot241-Spanish Colonial Spurs Lot242-KBN&PLot242-M. Morales Catalogue

2 pairs and 2 singles. One pair of Kelly chromed spurs with original leather straps. Other set are small chromed Kellys with straight shank. A single Kelly with overlay design on the heel band, shank and button. Also lot contains a single Crockett stainless steel spur with original leather strap.

5 single spurs. Two of the lot have small amounts of gold decoration. The iron work on these spurs is quite remarkable. One of the other spurs has a small chap guard with silver inlay, which is sometimes referred to as a dog's head. One other spur has nice grooved decorations. The final spur has a drop shank and minimal decorations.

A COpy

LOT 243

LOT 244

LOT 245

Lot243-Kelly Spurs Lot244-Mexican Spurs Lot245-Cowboy Spurs

1 pair. These spurs have an interesting overlay showing a Longhorn steer. There is silver decoration with engraving on the shank and on the button. They are marked Kelly on the outside of the heel band.

3 single spurs that have unusually large heel bands, ranging from 2 to 2.5 inches. There is some silver inlay remaining on each of the spurs.

1 pair. Contemporary spur with engraving on the heel band and shank.

LOT 246

LOT 247

LOT 248

Lot246-Spur Leather Strap Lot247-Miscellaneous Spurs Lot248-Civil War Boot and 3 spurs

Stamped "Huck Maker FW TX".

5 single spurs. Two are marked stainless. One is chrome plated. One is a North & Judd Hercules bronze spur with nice engraving and original straps. The final spur is a portion of an Argentine spur with detailed design decoration.

This is a custom made Civil War boot with it's original spur. This item is notable for several reasons. The story that came with the boot is that it belonged to an officer, who lost his leg in combat. The etching on the boot is said to have come from the soldier's blood. The brass spur is also notable for how it attaches to the Calvary boot. It is easy to understand how so many spurs were lost in combat as the leather could easily be cracked and broken. That would then cause the loss of the spur. The other two brass Civil War spurs are good examples of the spurs used at this time. The Buermann Co. provided many of the spurs used by the Union soldiers.

LOT 249

LOT 250

LOT 251

Lot249-Rodeo Spurs Lot250-Wally Boone Spurs Lot251-Rodeo Spurs

1 pair. These spurs have original leather straps.

1 pair. Short-shanked with the Boone name on the outer band of the heel band. Engraved design on the outer side of the heel band and shank. Inside button is brass.

1 pair. Contemporary rodeo spurs with original heavy leather straps.

LOT 252

LOT 253

LOT 254

Lot252-Buermann/North & Judd Spurs Lot253-2 Single Spurs Lot254-9 Single Spurs

One pair of nice Buermann/North & Judd Spurs. Clean pair of simple cowboy spurs with original leather straps.

2 single spurs. Maker unknown. Both spurs have original leather straps and unusual features. One appears to have been without a rowel. The other spur is nicely decorated.

This grouping of spurs includes both Buermann manufactured spurs, as well as shop made spurs. It includes one Calvary spur and one rodeo spur.

LOT 255

LOT 256

LOT 257

Lot255-Early Mexican Spurs Lot256-Reprint Crockett Spur Catalogue Lot257-Aluminum Crockett Type Spurs

1 pair. Circa 1850. These have some traditional Mexican engraving. Simple straight shanked spur of the type early Texas cowboys probably used.

Reprinted catalogue for Crockett Bit & Spur Co.

4 single aluminum spurs. These types of spurs were popular in post World War II period. One spur has a hinged button for the leather strap. The spurs have chap guards.

LOT 258

LOT 259

LOT 260

Lot258-Buermann Spurs Lot259-Shop Made Rodeo Spurs Lot260-Special Spur Straps

This is a pair Eureka model spurs, which were the least expensive spur available to cowboys following the Civil War.

These are notable for the number of holes in the heel band and a good example of an early shop made spur for rodeo competition.

Made by a "cowboy" leather shop. They have extraordinary buckles and a decorative Mexican Peso concho. Extremely attractive spur leathers.

LOT 261

LOT 262

LOT 263

Lot261-Mexican Spurs Lot262-Rodeo Spurs Lot263-Buermann  Spurs

5 single Mexican spurs. Three have silver decorative inlay. Four would be Chihuahuan type spurs and the remaining one has a 6 point rowels. These trace back to the Colonial period.

A pair of early, short shanked rodeo spurs with original leather straps with wire heel chains.

4 single spurs. Three of the spurs are circa 1900 and the remaining spur appears to be of Civil War vintage.

LOT 264

LOT 265

LOT 266

Lot264-Buermann Cavalry Spurs Lot265-Buermann  Spurs Lot266-Kelly Spurs

3 pairs and 2 single spurs. One pair is brass Civil War type. The other spurs are circa 1900 U.S. Cavalry type. One pair includes the original heel chains. Three pairs have original leather straps.

This is the Eureka model pair of spurs with each spur having four buttons.

A great pair of mint condition, decorative Kelly Spurs with original straps. Considerable design on heel band, shank, rowel and buttons. Circa 1950.

LOT 267

LOT 268

LOT 269

Lot267-Kelly Spurs Lot268-California Spurs Lot269-Buermann  Spurs

This set appears to be Kelly Spurs. They are the popular three heart style with nice engraving on the shank and buttons. One of the most popular styles.

3 single spurs of the California style. Two have the thin heel band design and one has vertical silver inlay and one has original heel chain and leather. The third spur in the lot has a chap guard and heavier heel band and appears to be more of the Texas style.

1 pair and 2 single spurs. The pair is the classic Buermann California style with thick shanks and thin heel bands. One of the single has large jinglebob and larger heel band. Another single spur may be of the Mexican Colonial period.

LOT 270

LOT 271

LOT 272

Lot270-Mexican Spurs Lot271-Single Spurs Lot272-Buermann  Spurs

Nice pair of early Mexican spurs. They originally had jinglebobx and heel chains. They have some engraved decoration. Circa 1840.

4 single alumunim typespurs. These spurs appear to have all original leather straps and are circa 1940.

This pair have four buttons each for the leathers. Interesting shank design. Circa 1870.

LOT 273

LOT 274

LOT 275

Lot273-Spur Straps Lot274-Spurs Lot275-Stainless Steel Spurs

Excellent pair of new leather spur straps with attractive basket weave leatherwork.

4 pairs of spurs. Each set has original quality leather straps. Two pairs have designs with one pair displaying a unique blue inlay in the design and the other engraved design. Two pairs have no design and one pair is stainless steel.

The spurs have original basketweave leather straps. Attractive stainless steel spurs. Circa 1960.

LOT 276

LOT 277

LOT 278

Lot276-Early Mexican Spurs Lot277-Buermann  Spurs Lot278-Fort Worth Stirrup

4 single spurs. One of the spurs has a chap guard and inlaid brass stripes. One has original leather. Each of the spurs have unique rowels. One has a thin cookie cutter type rowel, two of the spurs have 16 points. Circa 1840.

1 pair. Long shanked, early Buermann spurs with each spur having four buttons.

This single stirrup has a significant history. Apparently a group of these stirrups were made for a Texas Ranger Unit by the Nobby Harness Company of Fort Worth. The name Ft. Worth is in brass on both sides and includes a star with the word Texas spelled out in the star. These iron stirrups are a significant piece of Texas lore and have been presented in interesting photo displays.

LOT 279

LOT 280

Lot278-Fort Worth Stirrup Lot279-Leather Spur Straps Lot280-Par Trade Company Riding Goods Catalogue

6 pairs of leather straps with four having nice tooled leather design. All have excellent buckles and a great set of leathers.

Original catalogue.

LOT 281

LOT 282

LOT 283

Lot281-Cowboy Spurs Lot282-Cowboy Spurs Lot283-Buermann  Spurs

A pair of excellent cowboy spurs with original leather straps, chap guards and are short shanked. Excellent quality metal. Circa 1940s.

Manufactured set of spurs with four diamonds and a four point star on the heelband. Rowels are of the 5-point design. Original leathers and heel chains on just one of the spurs.

2 sets of Buermann Spurs. Plain design, narrow heelbands. One set has 5 point rowels and one set has 12 point rowels.

LOT 284

LOT 285

LOT 286

Lot284-Mexican Charro Spurs Lot285-California Spurs Lot286-Rodeo Spurs

3 singles, all with elaborate designs. One has the traditional snake motif and the other two with considerable silver inlay designs. Each has the original leather strap. Circa 1900.

A pair of California style spurs with considerable silver inlay with nice X and double O pattern for the engraving. The spurs have the original heel chains and large rowels. Circa 1890.

A pair of stainless steel spurs in excellent condition and marked "ST" for stainless.

LOT 287

LOT 288

LOT 289

Lot287-Texas Spurs Lot288-Crockett Spurs Lot289-Mexican Spurs

4 pairs of spurs. Three pair have original, decorative leather straps with two of sets having especially large straps. The spurs all have significance because of their rowels. One set has unique double pointed rowels. One set has 18 point rowels. One pair appear to be Buermann made with very long shanks and a 5-point rowel. One pair has the popular arrowhead design for the shanks and chap guards. All of the spurs are made of quality metal.

1 set of plain marked Crockett Spurs. Nice pair of long shanked spurs.

1 set of spurs. The rowels have been cut down. The heel band, buttons and shank have silver inlay design. Figure 8 shank style.

LOT 290

LOT 291

LOT 292

Lot290-Mexican Spurs Lot291-Buermann  Spurs Lot292-Spurs

5 single spurs. Two spurs are from the 1700s. The longest spur has a 7-inch rowel and long heel band. The other early made spur has a think heel band and thick shank. Both of these spurs are from the early Colonial period in Mexico. The other three spurs are also from the Colonial period and two have some silver inlay.

1 set of Buermann Spurs with two buttons on each spurs. These are made from a type of stainless metal. Circa 1890.

3 pair of spurs of mixed stainless type metals. All have original leather straps. One pair is a type of rodeo spur. Circa 1950.

LOT 293

LOT 294

LOT 295

Lot293-Buermann  Spurs Lot294-Buermann  Spurs Lot295-Cutting Horse Spurs

1 pair of long shanked Buermanns with two buttons on each of the spurs.

1 set of Mexican style Buermann spurs with original leather strap on one spur. This was a popular Mexican style produced by the Buermann Company. Nicely decorated on heel band, shank and buttons.

1 set of nicely decorated spurs with overlay brass with engraving. The rowels are a unique design and the buttons are engraved brass. These have original leathers.

LOT 296

LOT 297

LOT 298

Lot296-Early Mexican or California Spurs Lot297-Kelly Spurs Lot298-Texas Spurs

5 single spurs. These spurs have narrow heel bands. Four have silver inlay decoration. All are from the period of about 1850.

1 set of stainless steel Kelly Spurs with original marked and numbered TexTan leather straps. Two concho style buttons on each spur.

2 pair and 3 singles. One pair decorated with the wheat pattern and this pair appears to have been made by Kelly. Two pairs have original leather straps.

LOT 299

LOT 300

LOT 301

Lot299-Mexican Charro Spurs Lot300-North & Judd Spurs Lot301-Riding Spurs

1 set. High quality Charro spurs with silver inlay and detailed engraving on heel band, shank, rowels and buttons. These show the great craftmanship of the Mexican spur makers.

1 pair and 1 single spur. Horsehead design with Hercules bronze metal. This was a popular design. Circa 1950.

5 single spurs. The most unique of this group is the one with a decorative brassbutterfly design with a turquoise stone. Excellent engraving in this spurs. One riding spur has the name "TIM" in brass letters. The other spurs are metal spurs with straight shanks.

LOT 302

LOT 303

Lot302-Riding Spurs Lot303-Mexican Chihuahuan Spurs

2 single iron spurs with some decorations and both chap guards.

3 singles. One with a very large heel band and rowels. Engraved silver inlay with large letters "ED". The rowels are badly bent. One of the other spurs is the typical Chihuahuan. Circa 1900. The remaining spur would be circa 1860 and has a very long shank with some decoration on the heel band.

LOT 304

LOT 305

LOT 306

Lot304-Mexican Spur Lot305-Rodeo Competition Spurs Lot306-Early Mexican Spur

1 single spur. Excellent iron work with bird design on the shank with an elongated rowel button.

4 sets of mixed metal spurs that appear to be Kelly made. Several have the original leather straps.

Single spur. Attractively decorated with inlay of silver design. Nicely engraved on the heel band and shank. Also has a large rowel. Circa 1840.

LOT 307

LOT 308

LOT 309

Lot307-Mexican Spurs Lot308-Mexican Spur Lot309-Mexican Bit

3 singles spurs with some silver inlay with nice floral design. Circa 1860-1890.

1 single spur. Large Figure 8 design on the shank. This spur would be from the Colonial period with the large shank and large 6-point rowel.

Early Colonial bit-showing excellent iron work design. It has a high port and original chain.

LOT 310

LOT 311

LOT 312

Lot310-Texas Spurs Lot311-Mexican Spur Lot312-Gaucho Spurs

3 pair of straight shanked spurs. These appear to be shop made in the early days of Texas. One has some decoration and all reflect excellent iron work. The rowels show considerable wear.

Single Spanish Colonial period spur with excellent iron work.

1 pair. These spurs were to be worn on Gaucho moccasins. Note the very long shanks and the original leather straps. Shop made iron spurs. A strong example of Gaucho spurs from Argentina.

LOT 313

LOT 314

LOT 315

Lot313-Kelly Spurs Lot314-North & Judd Spurs Lot315-Kelly Rodeo Spurs

1 pair believed to be Kelly Spurs. Note the large raised engraving of an eagle on the heel bands. Shanks and buttons are engraved. It has chap guards and original leathers. Popular spur design.

1 set. A nice example of North & Judd Hercules brass spurs with a concho on the outer heel band. Nice floral engraving on the heelband. The spurs have a chap guard and one has the original heel chain.

3 sets of spurs. Two pairs are rodeo competition spurs and one is a general riding set. One set is marked Kelly 315 rodeo spurs with original spurs. The other rodeo spurs, appear to be Crocketts and the remaining appear to be Renalde riding spurs with chap guards and original leather straps.

LOT 316

LOT 317

LOT 318

Lot316-Mexican Spurs Lot317-Prison Made Spurs Lot318-Kelly Spurs

6 singles. These spurs are from the early Colonial period of Mexico. They reflect excellent iron work and nice long shank designs. Interesting group of early Spanish-Mexican spurs.

1 set of gal leg spurs with suit of cards displayed on the heelband in color. They have 5-point star rowels made of brass. The gal leg shank appears to be silver colored. Extremely well made and reflect excellent workmanship.

2 sets. One pair are rodeo competition spurs with straight shanks and original leather straps.The other pair are riding spurs, nicely decorated on heelband and shank.

LOT 319

LOT 320

Lot319-Mexican Spurs Lot320-4 Copies of CataloguesLot320-4 Copies of Catalogues

3 single Mexican spurs. These are from the late Colonial period. Two have vertical silver inlay design and the third spur is plain iron. Two have large rowels and all have narrow heel band. Circa 1830.

Lot includes a copy of the 1923 Visalia Stock Saddle Co. Catalogue, a copy of the 1903 G.S. Garcia Catalogue, a copy of the 1923 Meanea Saddle Catalogue and a copy of the 1924 Garcia Saddlery Co. Catalogue.

LOT 321

Lot320-4 Copies of CataloguesLot320-4 Copies of Catalogues Lot321-Kelly Rodeo Spurs

1 pair. These have original leather straps. The name of the owner, Chuck Oates and his address in Ben Wheeler, Texas are scratched on one side.

LOT 322

LOT 323

LOT 324

Lot322-Prison Made Spurs Lot323-Buermann  Spurs Lot324-Mexican Ring Bits

Gal leg spurs believed to have been purchased from Huntsville Prison, many years ago. The spurs are nicely made and include silver and brass decorations. These have original leathers.

5 singles. All of these have drop shanks and chap guards. Two have designs on the heel band. Circa 1890.

2 bits. Both have high ports and each reflect excellent iron work with some nice design work, also.

LOT 325

LOT 326

LOT 327

Lot325-Buermann  Spurs Lot326-Alligator Straps Lot327-Charro Spur

2 sets of Buermann OK spurs with original leather straps. Popular style named after the Shootout at the OK Corral.

Unique spur straps from alligator hide. Great condition. Unused.

Single Mexican Charro Spur. Notable for having horse design on the outer band. Nice inlay silver on the outer band and shan. Some of the original leather strap remains.

LOT 328

LOT 329

LOT 330

Lot328-Leather Spur Straps Lot329-Horseshoe Spurs Lot330-Mexican and Calvary Bits

5 sets. A great offering of high quality leather straps some with detailed leather designs. Some with decorative metal studs. All have buckles.

A unique set made from horseshoes. The original horseshoe metal is clearly evident. A special example of how blacksmiths used available iron to make cowboy spurs.

2 Bits. The Mexican bit has detailed inlay silver design. An excellent example of Mexican silver work. The Calvary bit is from the Civil War. It originally had the U.S. marking on the outside of the bit. The Confederate Soldiers often took the Union bits and removed the "U.S." brass designations. This bit may have seen Confederate use during the war.

LOT 331

LOT 332

Lot330-Mexican and Calvary Bits Lot331-Mexican Charro Spurs Lot332-Buermann  Spurs

1 set of quality Mexican spurs with considerable silver inlay design. Much of the design includes Aztec design symbols. It has the Figure 8 design on the shank and the silver design is included on the buttons.

3 singles. These are believed to be Buermanns. Two have heel chains. One has 6-point rowel. Plain spurs with little decorations. Circa early 1900s.

LOT 333

LOT 334

LOT 335

Lot333-Cowboy Spurs Lot334-Rodeo Spurs Lot335-Buermann Cowboy Spurs

Spurs used by cowboys. These have heart shaped buttons. Plain design from quality metal alloy.

5 singles. These were used for various rodeo competitions. The rowels are uniquely different. Two pair have original leather straps. Two appear to be Kelly spurs.

In the Buermann Catalogue this design is called the "Austin Spur." It was a plain design and the type used by early cowboys. The spurs have original leather straps.

LOT 336

LOT 337

LOT 338

Lot336-Mexican Spurs Lot337-Shop Made Spurs Lot338-Mexican Charro Spurs

1 set of contemporary Mexican spurs, showing the continuing excellent quality of Mexican spur artistry. The spurs are ornately designed with good engraving. Original leather straps.

This set is an early made cowboy type spurs. These iron spurs appear to be shop made. They have 5-point rowels. Circa 1890.

1 set of Mexican Charro spurs. These are extraordinary spurs,due to the detailed horse design, along with floral designs on the outer heel band. Excellent engraving. Circa 1940s.

LOT 339

LOT 340

LOT 341

Lot339-Cowboy Spurs Lot340-North & Judd Spurs Lot341-Saddle King of Texas Catalog

2 sets. One set has large 2-inch heel bands. One pair has original leather straps with some engraving on the heel band.

1 set of North & Judd spurs with the horsehead design. These types of spurs with the decorative horsehead design were quite popular in the 1940s. These include chap guards.

Original catalogue from 1963.

LOT 342

LOT 343

LOT 344

Lot342-Spur and Bit Set Lot343-Single Spurs Lot344-Single Iron Chihuahua Spurs

The spurs appear to be Crockett made of stainless steel. The spurs have original leather straps.The bit has a low port, commonly used by Texas cowboys.

3 high quality single spurs. One spur appears to be a Crockett with a mustache design on the heel band and is also nicely silver overly on the shank and button. It has a large chap guard. Second spur is of high quality and includes inlay of brass engraving. It also has a large chap guard. The remaining spur has a wide heel band, large chap guard, along with silver overlay with considerable engraving.

4 single spurs. Spurs have some silver inlay, but are largely undecorated. These kinds of spurs were often used by cowboys after the Civil War.

LOT 345

LOT 346

LOT 347

Lot345-Mexican Spurs Lot346-Cowboy Spurs Lot347-Mexican Spurs

1 set. These spurs have silver inlay on both sides of the heel bands and also the shank. They are notable for their sharp rowels, which have 20-points. Original leather straps.

4 pairs. One pair of Crocketts with large rowels. One pair overlay concho designs on the heel bands and also 20-point rowels. Two pair of the lot are aluminum with engraving designs. Some have original leather straps.

These spurs are notable for being made from quality metal. They have nice engraved designs in the metal. Circa 1940.

LOT 348

LOT 349

LOT 350

Lot348-Military Bits Lot349-Buermann  Spurs Lot350-Cowboy Spurs

3 U.S. Cavalry bits from about 1890. One has leather reins.

1 pair. These appear to be "Dom Pedro" one piece solid spurs. One spur has original leather strap. Circa 1940.

4 singles. Two of the spurs have horseheads--one is in brass and one of plain metal. These were the popular North & Judd design from the 1940s. One spur is significant because of its brass overlay design. It appears to be a Renalde spur. The final spur is plain in design.

LOT 351

LOT 352

LOT 353

Lot351-Early Mexican Spurs Lot352-Mexican Spurs Lot353-Buermann  Spurs

1 set and one single. These spurs are early Colonial style with nice engraving. The matched pair have excellent jinglebobs. The leathers with these are more contemporary than the spurs.

Possibly a set. The rowels are not identical, but the Aztec design is the same on both of the spurs. They have original leather straps. These could be classified as Charro spurs from the 1940s.

1 set. These are early Buermann spurs, similar to ones used during and after the Civil War. One spur has the original leather strap.

LOT 354

LOT 355

LOT 356

Lot354-Early Cowboy Spurs Lot355-Prison Made Spurs Lot356-Interesting Set of Spurs

1 pair. One piece design, old cowboy type spur with 5-point rowels. Circa 1900.

2 singles. One spur has the "Swastika" emblem on it. The emblem dates back to early history where it meant good luck to various indigneous people. The round rowel is made from some type of coin and the spur has original leather. The other spur is a "Dom Pedro" style by Buermann.

5 single spurs. One spur features heel bands that are composed of small horseshoe design. Excellent quality metal used on this unique spur. Another spur is early Mexican spur with vertical line design on the heel band. Two other spurs are plain in design--one of these may be a Crockett. The final one is a rodeo type spur--perhaps made by Kelly.

LOT 357

LOT 358

LOT 359

Lot357-Unique Spurs Lot358-Rodeo Spurs Lot359-Kelly Rodeo Spurs

A set. Maker unknown. The spurs are unique in regard to the inlay brass design feature on the heel band and shank. Also the rowel design is unusual.

2 sets of rodeo competition spurs. One has the "JH" initials on the heel bands. One set appears to be Kelly Spurs.

2 singles of very similar designs. One has a nice chrome button. Both have original straps. The shanks are different on the two spurs.

LOT 360

LOT 361

LOT 362

Lot360-Rodeo Spurs Lot361-Mexican Charro Spurs Lot362-Mexican Chihuahuan Spurs

1 pair and 4 singles.The pair are Kelly Spurs with original leather. The other four spurs are rodeo comptition spurs with original leather straps.

1 pair. Excellent silver overlay with Aztec and floral design on the heel band, shank and buttons. Quality early spurs from the 1940s.

7 singles. Several have silver overlay designs. These are what is commonly called Chihuahuan spurs. One has a large 2-inch heel band. These are probably from the 1930-1940s period.

LOT 363

LOT 364

LOT 365

Lot363-Charro Spurs Lot364-Mexican Spurs Lot365-Mexican Spurs

1 set of outstanding Charro spurs with considerable silver overlay and excellent engraving design. There is Aztec design on heel band and floral design. Excellent flower designed buttons. These have original leather straps with nice design. The rowels have silver inlay design.

5 singles. These spurs reflect various designs found in Mexican spurs. One has silver overlay with engraving. One has considerable silver overly with vertical lines. Two of the spurs have interesting silver overlay engraving and the final spur is plain. One has original leather strap.

3 singles. Two with large jinglebobs. All three have narrow heel bands are probably from about 1800.

LOT 366

LOT 367

LOT 368

Lot366-Mexican Charro Spurs Lot367-Texas Spurs Lot368-North & Judd Spurs

1 set. These heavy spurs have excellent engraving with silver on the heel band. Large Turk head buttons and the shank has inlay silver. The leather straps are original. Circa 1930.

5 singles. One has signature on it and town of Cuero,Texas. It has a large brass -R brand on the heel band. The spur is aluminum. The second spur is a nice goose head spur of considerable quality. It has brass overlay on the heel band and button. Obviously made by an excellent spur maker. At least one of the other spurs are by Crockett. These spurs are of plain design. One has original leather, which has some design, also.

2 sets. Both are made from Hercules bronze. Both have nice, original leather straps. The heel bands have the concho design. Both sets have chap guards. Nice examples of the North & Judd spur making abilities.

LOT 369

LOT 370

LOT 371

Lot369-Spur Leathers Lot370-Texas Spurs Lot371-Mexican Spurs

3 sets. These have interesting concho designs. The largest set is very old. It has a large, plain concho, along with numerous studs. The smallest set are from a very early Mexican spur. The conchos are unique and quite old. The final set are contemporary with excellent star conchos and buckles. The leather features the basketweave pattern.

1 set with buffalo skull design on the band. The shank has overlay silver with wheat engraving. Excellent example of Texas spur craftmanship.

3 early large rowel single spurs. One has some silver inlay. Two are plain iron spur. They appear to be from about 1800.

LOT 372

LOT 373

LOT 374

Lot372-Mexican Spur Lot373-North & Judd Spurs Lot374-Buermann  Spurs

1 single. Outstanding and unique example of the great iron work from the early Colonial period. Notice the detail on the rowel and also the heavy shank. The heel band is narrow. This spur represents the great artistry of the Mexican iron foundrys of that era.

2 set of Hercules brass North & Judd spurs. Excellent quality spurs. The horsehead pair have original heel chains. Both have chap guards. Nice examples of North & Judd spurs.

Buermann Spurs

LOT 375

LOT 376

LOT 377

Lot375-Renalde Spurs Lot376-Cowboy Spurs Lot377-Buermann  Spurs

1 set. These appear to be Renalde Spurs from about 1950. These have chap guards and engraving on the heel bands and shanks. The original leather straps are notable with interesting old buckles.

1 set. Heart shaped button on one side. Two holes drilled on each side for a heel chain. Nice plain, functional type spur used by cowboys.

2 sets and 7 singles. This is a collection of a wide range of Buermann spurs based on the OK spur design. There are no less than eight different rowel designs in this grouping. One set has the original leather straps. Several of the spurs have 5-point rowels. Interesting examples of Buermann designs.

LOT 378

LOT 379

LOT 380

Lot378-Cowboy Spurs Lot379-Mexican Spurs Lot380-Shop Made Spurs

1 set. Outstanding leather straps and are decorated. Spurs made from quality metal alloys. They have short chap guards and blunted rowels.

4 singles. Interesting examples of Mexican spurs. Two have inlay silver. One has an interesting 20-point rowel. One has a unique heel band design with an indention in the center. The remaining spur is plain in its design.

1 set. Unusual approach to the rowels. They appear to be an early version of a "humane rowel" with no points. Original leathers.

LOT 381

LOT 382

LOT 383

Lot381-Mexican Spurs Lot382-North & Judd Spurs Lot383-Leather Spur Straps

5 singles. All with big rowels. One has 3.5 inch rowels and considerable inlay silver design on large heel band, shank and rowel. Two of the spurs have inlay silver design, also. The spurs are from the 1930s.

2 sets. One set has the popular horsehead conchos, along with drop shanks, chap guards and heel chains. The other pair have straight shanks with silver medal concho, and vine engraving design on the heel band. Both made from Hercules bronze.

3 sets. Old spur leather sets, all with design to leather. Two sets have old conchos and the third set has excellent quality buckles.

LOT 384

LOT 385

LOT 386

Lot384-Crockett Spurs Lot385-Spurs Lot386-Renalde Spurs

1 set. This is the classic mustache Crockett made spur with short shanks and nice silver overlay on the shank, heelband and button. This style was popular with the cowboys.

4 singles. One appears to be a Crockett with original strap. One is a Calfornia style spur with large metal conchos on the band. Two spurs are Mexican style with original heel chains. They all have chap guards.

1 set. Outstanding leather straps with lots of floral design. Nice metal spurs with chap guards. Circa 1950s.

LOT 387

LOT 388

LOT 389

Lot387-Decorative Cowboy Spurs Lot388-Buermann  Spurs Lot389-Mexican Spurs

Original leather straps. Spurs are notable for their embossed design around the heel band and shank. The brass buttons and rowels also have a design pattern. Circa 1950s.

1 set. Plain iron Buermann made spurs dating to about 1900. Straight shanked with 20-point rowels.

3 single spurs. Mexican iron spurs from the early 1900s. Two of the spurs have designs in the heel bands. Two have straight shanks and one has old leather straps.

LOT 390

LOT 391

Lot390-Crockett Spurs Lot391-KBN&PLot391-KBN&P

1 set believed to be Crocketts. They have the mustache on the heel band and overlay silver on the shanks. One of the spurs has the original leather strap.

Signed D.H.'86.

LOT 392

LOT 393

LOT 394

Lot392-Mexican Spurs Lot393-Cowboy Spurs Lot394-Cowboy Spurs

4 singles. One has considerable silver overlay on the heel band and shank. Another has design in the heel band.

1 pair. Stainless steel with brass button, rowels and rowel pins. The leather straps are quite notable. Circa 1950.

2 sets. One set has designs on heel band and shank. The other pair are plain. Both have original leather straps. One set of straps are nicely embossed.

LOT 395

LOT 396

LOT 397

Lot395-Buermann  Spurs Lot396-Buermann  Spurs Lot397-Mexican Spurs

1 set. Buermann iron spurs with drop shanks and heel chains. Good pair of standard early cowboy spurs. Circa early 1900s.

2 sets. Both pairs have original leather straps. These are long shanked and from the early 1900s.

1 set. Charro spurs with considerable silver overlay and nice engraved designs on the bands and shanks. Original large tooled, leather straps.

LOT 398

LOT 399

LOT 400

Lot398-Crockett Cowboy Spurs Lot399-Cowboy Spurs Lot400-Crockett Spurs

1 set. Believed to be Crockett Spurs. Mint condition with a large Mexican coin as the concho. These have chap guards and 16-point rowels.

1 pair and 2 singles. One pair of plain metal, straight shanked spurs. Two single rodeo competition spurs, which have original leather straps.

1 pair. Plain steel Crocketts with straight shanks.

LOT 401

LOT 402

LOT 403

Lot401-Argentine Gaucho Spurs Lot402-Team Roping Spurs Lot403-North & Judd Spurs

This set of Gaucho spurs are notable for the round guards over the rowels and the leather straps. Good example of a typical South America Gaucho spur. Circa 1930s.

Nice pair of contemporary spurs showing cowboys team roping on the heel band. Short shanked with silver overlay on heel band and shank. Silver buttons on both sides. Unique due to the decoration of the header and heeler scene.

2 sets of Hercules bronze North & Judd spurs. Both have original straps. Traditional vine design in the Hercules bronze. Both have the bright metal conchos on the band.

LOT 404

LOT 405

LOT 406

Lot404-Highly Decorated Cowboy Spurs Lot405-Buermann  Spurs Lot406-Renalde Crockett & Kelly Bits and Spur Catalog

1 set of remarkable cowboy spurs with detailed engraving on heel band, shank and button. They have chap guards and bronze rowels. Original leather straps. Circa 1950.

1 set of plain iron, straight shanked spurs. Typical of those used by early cowboys. These have original straps.

This is an original catalog. Denoted as Catalog No. 73

LOT 407

LOT 408

LOT 409

Lot407-Shop Made Spurs Lot408-Mexican Charro Spurs Lot409-Mexican Spurs

1 set. Appear to be early shop made for rodeo. Unusual spurs with large rings for the leather straps.

3 singles. Two of the spurs appear to be very similar. All three have considerable overlay silver and engraving.

5 singles. All from the 1920 period. Plain iron spur with little decoration.

LOT 410

LOT 411

LOT 412

Lot410-Cowboy Spurs Lot411-Buermann  Spurs Lot412-Buermann  Spurs

4 singles. One of the spurs is a nice gal leg spur with the original leather strap. The other three are from different types of metal. All have straight shanks.

This set appears to be the "Austin" Buermann style. They have original leather straps. Nice example of an early cowboy spur.

2 singles. One is a straight shanked Buermann spur with engraving on heel band with original leather strap. The other one is a Buermann drop shank spur with heel chain.

LOT 413

LOT 414

LOT 415

Lot413-Buermann  Spurs Lot414-Cowboy Spurs Lot415-Buermann  Spurs

1 set of outstanding Buermann spurs with deep engraving on the heel band. The spurs have their original leather straps with nice chap guards. Quality pair of nicely designed Buermann spurs. Circa 1920.

4 pairs. A great grouping of cowboy spurs, reflecting several styles. One pair are Buermanns, one pair nice steel spurs with straight shanks and appear to be shop made and also from stainless steel. Another pair have a dog leg shank with bronze overlay on the heel band and shank and engraved. Another pair are highly decorated, engraved bright metal spurs with chap guards and large rowels and appear to be in mint condition.

1 pair. These are "Austin" style, plain iron spurs with nice large leather straps.

LOT 416

LOT 417

LOT 418

Lot416-Kelly Spurs Lot417-North & Judd Spurs Lot418-Cowboy Spurs

1 pair of Kelly made rodeo competition spurs. They have the original straps and leather thongs. Circa 1950.

2 pairs. One set has the large horsehead conchos. The other pair are made from the Hercules bronze, along with a bronze design, bright metal concho. These spurs have the original leathers and heel chains.

These bright metal spurs are notable for their unique rowels. Maker unknown.

LOT 419

LOT 420

LOT 421

Lot419-Mexican Spurs Lot420-Crockett Spurs Lot421-Catalogue

5 singles. These reflect different types of spur construction. One has a large heel band and appears to have been sandcast. Two of the spurs have attractive vertical designs in heel band. Another spur with a large heel band has the owner's initials in silver. The other spur is a straight shanked from the 1800s with silver inlay.

1 set. These are believed to be Crocketts. They have original leather straps. The bright metal spurs have bronze rowels. They also have chap guards.

An original 1954 Stockmen's Supply Company Catalogue.

LOT 422

LOT 423

LOT 424

Lot422-Spurs Lot423-Argentine Spurs Lot424-Crockett Spurs

2 singles. One is Mexican narrow band spur from the 1800s. The other spur is a plain Anglo spur from the late 1800s.

1 pair of interesting spurs from Argentina. They have the original leather straps. Very dainty in structure. Probably used by an upper class landowner.

1 pair. These are believed to be Crockett Spurs.They have nice engraving on the heel band and on the shank. They have chap guards, also. Circa 1950.

LOT 425

LOT 426

LOT 427

Lot425-Mexican Spurs Lot426-Crockett Cowboy Spurs Lot427-Buermann  Spurs

5 single plain Mexican spurs. Big rowels.

1 pair believed to be Crockett spurs with considerable overlay and engraving. They have straight shanks original leathers. Circa 1950.

2 pairs of "Austin" style Buermanns. Type used by early cowboys. These have original leather straps.

LOT 428

LOT 429

LOT 430

Lot428-Mexican Spurs Lot429-Crockett Spurs Lot430-North & Judd Spurs

4 single spurs. One spur has a lovely silver inlay with engraving. It also has a horseshoe and Aztec design on the band. The largest spur has a broad heel band and rowel. One of the spurs appears to have had Guadalajara on it. The final spur may be South American and has an unusal "U" shape loop on the shank.

1 pair of nice mustache designed Crockett spurs of stainless steel. The buttons, mustache and shank are nicely engraved. Original leather straps included.

2 pairs of Hercules bronze spurs. One has the popular horsehead desgin and original heel chains. The other set has the North & Judd concho and vine heel band, along with original leathers.

LOT 431

LOT 432

LOT 433

Lot431-Shop Made Cowboy Spurs Lot432-North & Judd Spurs Lot433-Catalogues

1 set. Unusual iron spurs. Note the large slots on both sides of the heel bands, presumably to attach the leather straps. Circa 1910.

1 pair. These are believed to be North & Judd Spurs. Mint condition with original straps and chains. Interesting design on the bands.

2 catalogues that are copies. Lot includes a 1911 G.A. Bischoff & Co catalogue and a Main-Winchester 1905 catalogue.

LOT 434

LOT 435

Lot433-Catalogues Lot434-Mexican Spurs Lot435-Cowboy Spurs

Appears to be a pair with considerable silver overlay and inlay. The one shown with the vertical silver lines and the other shown with the inlay of designs. Original leather straps and one has original heel chain.

1 pair. Quality spurs with considerable engraving on the heel band, shank. Maker of these spurs is unknown.

LOT 436

LOT 437

LOT 438

Lot436-Kelly Spurs Lot437-Mexican Spurs Lot438-Buermann  Spurs

4 singles. These appear to be Kelly Spurs for rodeo competition. Two of the spurs have orginal leather straps. The spurs all have different kind of rowels.

1 pair. Nice quality spurs from the 1920s. They have original leather straps. Nice detailing inlay design on the heel bands and shanks. Appears to have the snake design in the middle of the heel band.

4 single spurs. One has the 5-point rowel and a straight shank. One of the other spur has diamond designs on the band. The spurs all appear to be from 1930-1940 time period.

LOT 439

LOT 440

LOT 441

Lot439-Cowboy Spurs Lot440-Mexican Charro Spurs Lot441-Civil War Era Spurs

1 pair. Beautifully constructed spurs with silver overlay, including the buttons. The maker is unknown. The spurs have original straps. Beautiful pair of spurs.

1 pair of high quality Charro spurs with beautiful design on the heel band, shank and rowels. Another great example of the quality spur making of Mexico.

11 single spurs showing a variety of spur types from 1860-1890. Two have original leathers. Several are clearly from the Civil War time. One appears to be U.S.Cavalry from the 1890 period. Interesting array of early spurs.

LOT 442

LOT 443

LOT 444

Lot442-Mexican Spurs Lot443-Mexican Spurs Lot444-North & Judd Spurs

3 singles all from the mid 1800s. Two are plain and one has a simple engraved design.

4 singles. All of these spurs have interesting engraving patterns in the bright silver metal. Two of the spurs have original straps. An attractive grouping of Mexican spurs.

2 pairs. These are Hercules bronze spurs with original leather straps on one pair. One pair has silver metal button on heel band. Circa 1940s.

LOT 445

LOT 446

LOT 447

Lot445-Cowboy Spurs Lot446-Cowboy Spurs Lot447-California Spurs

1 pair. These spurs are one piece with the dog leg shank. Maker unknown. Circa 1910.

4 singles. All are one piece spurs. Two have straight shanks and one with a dog leg shank. One has the original leather strap.

2 singles. These are highly decorated spurs that epitomize the popular California spur. The intricate decorating motif on both sides of the heel bands are remarkable. The drop shank is another characteristic of the California spur. This type of highly decorated spur is in great contrast to the more utiliarian Texas spur.

LOT 448

LOT 449

LOT 450

Lot448-Gooseneck Spurs Lot449-Mexican Spur Lot450-Cowboy Riding Spurs

1 pair of gooseneck spurs in mint condition. Note the leather and overlay silver designs on the shank and heel band. Nice brass rowels. High quality, attractive spurs.

Single spur from the early Colonial period. Exceptionally large cookie-cutter rowel. Note the outstanding iron work on heel band and chap guard. This spur dates to the 1700s.

5 singles. Interesting array of spurs from the 1950 era. Two of the spurs have engraving on the heel band and shanks. One is a rodeo spur. Two of the spurs have original leathers.

LOT 451

LOT 452

LOT 453

Lot451-Early Mexican Bit Lot452-Cowboy Riding Spurs Lot453-Buermann  Spurs

Early high port Mexican bit from the Colonial period. Chasted iron work with nice detailing.

1 pair. Nice set of 1950 era spurs with original leathers and engraving on the outer heel band. Set has chap guards.

3 singles. Two are early Buermann straight shanked spurs. The third spur is a Colonial Mexican drop shanked spur circa 1890.

LOT 454

LOT 455

LOT 456

Lot454-Rodeo Spurs Lot455-Riding Spurs Lot456-North & Judd Spurs

1 pair. Attractive pair of rodeo spurs with heavy leather straps. Has wire in place of heel chains. Interesting rowel design.

2 singles. One appears to be a Crockett Spur with attractive overlay conchos and detailed leather buttons. The other spur has nice engraving. Both have original leather straps. Circa 1950.

2 pairs. Believed to be North & Judd Cowboy Spurs. Both have original leather and straight shanks. Circa late 1940s.

LOT 457

LOT 458

LOT 459

Lot457-Cowboy Riding Spurs Lot458-Spurs Lot459-Chihuahuan Style Spurs

4 singles. One of the spurs appears to be either prison made or shop made. Unique design on the heel bands and nice quality metal. One of the other spurs appears to be a Crockett Spur with short shank and considerable engraving. The other two spurs have original leather straps and are plain in design and could be North & Judd.

2 pairs of iron spurs. One is an attractive example of gooseneck shanks with 5-point rowels. It is a one piece spur with nice brass buttons. The other pair of spurs are also iron with swing buttons and straight shanks. Both pairs are probably circa 1940s.

3 singles. Two have inlay silver, one with considerable inlay and overlay silver with Aztec design. The remaining spur is a plain iron spur. These spurs all date from the 1900 period.

LOT 460

LOT 461

LOT 462

Lot460-Mexican Spurs Lot461-North & Judd Spurs Lot462-Iron Cowboy Spurs

5 singles. Each of the spurs have considerable design work with four having the inlay and overlay silver. Date from approximately 1900. One has original leather.

1 pair that are believed to be North & Judd. Nice pair with original leather straps, heart shaped buttons and heel chains. Brass rowels. Circa 1940.

1 set. Plain iron spurs with swing buttons. Appear to be Crockett Spurs.

LOT 463

LOT 464

LOT 465

Lot463-Decorative Cowboy Spurs Lot464-Mexican Spurs Lot465-Buermann  Spurs

1 set. This distinguished set of spurs is from the 1940s. The horsehead design is very attractive and they also have considerable engraving on the band and shank. Interesting shape to the heel band and also have chap guards. Could possibly be Renalde Spurs.

1 set. Attractive pair of Mexican spurs with large rowels, silver overlay and engraving. One has original leather strap.

2 singles. These are the Eureka style by Buermann. Double buttons. Similar spurs but rowels and shanks are different. Circa 1920.

LOT 466

LOT 467

LOT 468

Lot466-Cowboy Riding Spurs Lot467-Mexican Spurs Lot468-Mexican Spurs

2 pairs. One pair has heart buttons and the other pair has 5-point rowels with straight shank. These are attractive metal cowboy spurs from about 1950.

3 singles. One has extraordinarily detailed original leather strap with attractive buckle. Another spur has bird shank. The final spur has a large rowel and vertical inlay design. The spurs all date about 1900.

7 singles. One has the original leather strap and buckle. One has silver inlay on the heel band. Two others have interesting design on the heel band. Circa 1900.

LOT 469

LOT 470

LOT 471

Lot469-Buermann  Spurs Lot470-Cowboy Riding Spurs Lot471-Early Mexican Bit

2 pairs. Both pair are straight, long shanked spurs. One has 5-point rowel. One set has original leather straps. These spurs date from the 1920 period.

2 singles. One is marked from the Rodeo Company. The other spur has considerable engraving on the heel band and shank. Attractive spurs from about 1950.

This bit is an example of outstanding iron work. The bit has a high port with a roller. It has original chain. The bit is from the Colonial period of the late 1700s.

LOT 472

LOT 473

LOT 474

Lot472-Mexican Spurs Lot473-Mexican Spurs Lot474-Cowboy Riding Spurs

3 singles. Mexican iron spurs with straight shanks. One has the bird shank design. They all date back to about 1900.

5 singles. Commonly called Chihuahuan Spurs. One has a large 2-inch heel band. The other all have considerable inlay and overlay silver work. Three of them have the traditional Aztec design motiff. All have the Figure 8 shanks with large rowels. Circa 1900.

2 singles. Both have original leather straps and dog leg shanks. Both appear to have swing buttons. The spurs are similar, but not a pair. Circa 1950.

LOT 475

LOT 476

LOT 477

Lot475-North & Judd Spurs Lot476-Mexican Spur Lot477-Cowboy Spurs

1 pair. One has original leather strap. Single piece spurs from about 1940. They are cowboy riding spurs and the rowels do not match.

1 single. This spur design is commonly called Sonora design. It has attractive silver inlay on the band with considerable engraving. It has nice large rowel and original heel chain. The shank has vertical inlay silver and chap guard is present. Nice artistry.

2 single spurs. One is a simple design, commonly seen in Texas. The other spur has a large rowel with drop shank and original heel chain.

LOT 478

LOT 479

LOT 480

Lot478-Mexican Charro Spur Lot479-Early Mexican Spur Lot480-Argentine Spur

1 single. Excellent example of outstanding of inlay and overlay silver work with Aztec and floral designs on the band and shank. This type of work was typically done in the Mexico city of Amozoc.

1 single. Interesting example of a straight shank, Mexican spur with silver inlay design on the heel band. Circa 1900.

1 single. This spur has outstanding design features a floral horsehead pattern and circular guard that is commonly found on Spanish spurs. The engraving is outstanding and it has a unique rowel, along with original leather strap. A excellent example of the creativity of the Argentine spur maker.

LOT 481

LOT 482

Lot481-Mexican and Buermann Spurs Lot482-Military Spurs

5 single spurs although two appear to be possible a pair as they have long chap guards, straight shanks and 10-point rowels. The one with the original leather strap appears to be Buermann and it has engraved lines on the heel band. The other two are early Mexican spurs--one with an unusual design on the shank. Nice group of Mexican style spurs from the 1800s.

4 pairs. Two have original heel chains and all have original leathers. These are the blunt style rowels used by the U.S. Cavalry from late 1800s through World War I and up to 1940.

LOT 483

LOT 484

LOT 485

Lot483-Cavalry Spurs Lot484-Mexican Spurs Lot485-Buermann  Spurs

2 singles. U.S. Cavalry Spurs dating back to the 1860s period. The Civil War spur has some engraving on the shank, which denotes that it is was most likely an officer's spur. The other spur is a Cavalry type spur from the late 1800s and has a blunt rowel.

3 singles. Two of the singles have similar silver vertical inlay designs. The third spur also silver inlay design. Interesting examples of Mexican spurs from the early 1900s.

1 pair that appear to be Buermann Spurs. These have drop shank and original heel chains. Circa 1920s.

LOT 486

LOT 487

LOT 488

Lot486-Mexican Spurs Lot487-Mexican Spur Lot488-Mexican Spurs

3 singles. All have silver inlay engraving. One has original leather strap. Strong examples of the Amozoc spur making craft.

This single spur has unusual circular inlay silver design on the band and shank. It is an especially high quality Mexican spur.

2 singles . Both have large unusual cookie-cutter type rowels. Spurs with this type of rowel are unusual. Circa 1880s.

LOT 489

LOT 490

LOT 491

Lot489-Argentine Spurs Lot490-Cowboy Spurs Lot491-Buermann  Spurs

1 pair of Argentine spurs reflecting the unique style from this part of South America. These spurs would have probably belonged to an upperclass horseman.

1 pair. These spurs could be Crockett Spurs. They have nice engraving on the shanks and heel bands, along with engraved swing buttons. The spurs date from probably the 1930 period.

4 singles. Three are Buermann made spurs. One spur is the OK Corral design with the 5-point rowel. One spur has considerable engraving on the band and shank and could possible be a prison made spur. These date from 1920-1930 period.

LOT 492

LOT 493

LOT 494

Lot492-Crockett Spurs Lot493-Mexican Spurs Lot494-Cowboy Riding Spurs

1 pair believed to be Crockett spurs with nice engraving on the heel band, shanks and buttons. They have chap guards and original leather straps. Attractive pair of cowboy spur from the 1940s.

3 singles. The spurs reflect excellent early iron work on the heel bands. One has a rowel from the early Colonial period. Interesting examples of early Mexican iron spurs from the 1800s.

1 pair. Great example of nice metal spurs from the 1920s with great original leather straps and interesting early buckles. Maker is unknown, but reflects quality spur making.

LOT 495

LOT 496

LOT 497

Lot495-Mexican Spur Lot496-Cowboy Spurs Lot497-North & Judd Spurs

1 single spur with large silver inlay and engraved heel band, shank and button. The design is of the Aztec origin. The button has a floral design. Large rowel with Figure 8 shank. Another example of the Amozoc spur making.

1 pair. Custom spurs with owners initials of "R L" in silver on band. Great leather straps and buckles. Dog leg shank with silver overlay engraving.

1 pair that appear to be North & Judd Spurs of the Hercules bronze metal. Straight shanks dating from the 1940s. Simple, yet attractive spurs.

LOT 498

LOT 499

LOT 500

Lot498-Cowboy Spurs Lot499-Mexican Charro Spurs Lot500-Quality Cowboy Spurs

1 pair. These spurs have long dog leg shanks and large heel band.s They have original leather straps. Nice pair from the 1940s.

1 pair with considerable inlay and overlay Aztec and floral design work in silver. There is inlay silver design work on the figure 8 shank. Excellent example of the Amozoc spur making.

1 pair. This is an extremely pair of cowboy spurs with detailed leather straps of silver conchos and studs. The heel band has a unique circular design. They have brass rowels and chap guards. Great pair of spurs from about 1950.

LOT 501

LOT 502

LOT 503

Lot501-Mexican Charro Spurs Lot502-Cowboy Riding Spurs Lot503-Civil War Spurs

1 pair. Great pair of Charro spurs with considerable inlay silver design work. These have large heel bands with floral engraved buttons.

1 pair. These spurs have great leather straps with brass buckles. Interesting design to rowels, along with chap guards. These would date back to about 1950.

4 singles. One has original leather straps. One has unusual design on the heel shank. Interesting examples of spurs from this period of time.

LOT 504

LOT 505

LOT 506

Lot504-North & Judd Spurs Lot505-Mexican Spurs Lot506-Spurs

2 pairs. These have original leather straps. Plain design. Nice spurs from the 1940s.

1 pair. Attractive Mexcian spurs with vertical vertical silver inlay design on the heel band. The shanks have horseshoe design in silver. The leather straps have conchos. Attractive pair from the Amozoc spur making region. Circa 1940.

5 single spurs. One spur has original leather strap. One is notable for it's brass design. One appears to may have been prison made. One spur has a simple,straight shank, while another has a drop shank design with chap guard.

LOT 507

LOT 508

LOT 509

Lot507-Cowboy Spurs Lot508-Cowboy Riding Spurs Lot509-North & Judd Spurs

2 pairs. These could be Kelly Spurs. They all have dog leg shanks and original leather straps. The spurs date from the 1950s.

1 pair. These spurs have narrow heel bands and straight shanks. They have original leather straps and 5-point rowels. They probably date from about 1950.

2 pairs. Good examples of what is probably North & Judd Spurs. One pair is made in the single construction pattern and has 5-point rowels. The other spur has the swing buttons. Circa 1940.

LOT 510

LOT 511

LOT 512

Lot510-Crockett Spurs Lot511-Rodeo Spurs Lot512-Buermann  Spurs

1 pair that appear to be Crockett Spurs. These have short shanks and swing buttons. The spurs have nice engraving on the heel bands, shanks and buttons. Popular spur design from about 1950.

1 pair of rodeo competition spurs. They appear to be Kelly Spurs. They probably date to 1950.

5 singles. All with double buttons and long shanks. One has a 5-point rowel, two are missing rowels. The spurs date from the 1920s.

LOT 513

LOT 514

LOT 515

Lot513-Cowboy Riding Spurs Lot514-California Spurs Lot515-Chihuahuan Style Spurs

1 pair that could be Kelly Spurs. These have plain design with dog leg shanks and swing buttons. Circa 1950.

1 pair. Notable spurs for the number of metal conchos on the exterior of the heel bands. Attractive drop shank design. Original leather straps and an excellent pair of spurs reflecting the California style. It is possible that these were made by Buermann.

1 pair. Some original silver inlay work remains. The spurs have large heel bands and Figure 8 designed shanks. These are commonly referred to as Chihuahuan spurs. Circa 1900.

LOT 516

LOT 517

LOT 518

Lot516-Decorative Cowboy Spurs Lot517-Swastika Spurs Lot518-Rodeo Spurs

1 pair. These spurs have large conchos on the outer heel band and considerable engraving. Quality metal spurs with original leather straps and chap guards. Circa 1940s.

1 pair of unique spurs that date to the period when the Swastika emblem meant good luck. Quality spurs with original leather straps and short shanks. Interesting rowels. Circa early 1930s.

1 pair of rodeo competition spurs. They appear to be Kelly Spurs. These spurs have the original leather straps. The rowels are interestingly designed. Circa 1950.

LOT 519

LOT 520

LOT 521

Lot519-Cowboy Spurs Lot520-Decorative Cowboy Spurs Lot521-Crockett Spurs

1 pair. Nice engraving on the heel bands, shanks and buttons. Great original leather straps with brass studs and large buckles. These would have been from the 1950s.

1 pair. These are stainless steel spurs with considerable engraving on the band, shanks and buttons. Notable for the amount of decorative design and they have the original leather straps.

1 pair believed to be Crockett made. Nice pair of single construction, quality metal with large chap guards. Excellent spurs from about 1940.

LOT 522

Lot522-Cowboy Spurs

1 pair. These spurs have cloverleaf rowels and nice embossed original leather straps. Simple and clean designed spurs from the 1940s.



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