Z4468 Confederate "Short Neck" Brandy Station Style Spur
Description: Very nice excavated example with a two-toned
brown and green patina. This example still retains its original shape and is
missing the rowel which is common on excavated examples. The only thing left is
the remains of the iron rowel pin on one side of the neck which is probably why
it was discarded or lost.You would be hard pressed to find a nicer dug example at this price!
Measures: Approximately 3" x 5"
Recovered: Rappahannock County, Virginia
Reference: Crouch Spurs, CS2 Variant
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