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#M361 North & Judd Spurs

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#M361 North and Judd spurs with no leather strap. North and Judd spurs are one of the most collectible types of saddlery hardware, cowboy equipment and especially western spurs. From their humble beginnings in pre 1800 to the well known North & Judd Manufacturing Company of Connecticut in 1878, North and Judd have become one of the finest makers of boot spurs. From the flamboyant to the plain, the style and design of these parts of American history are highly sought after in the minds of Heel Spur collectors. North and Judd were responsible for manufacturing and supplying the US army during the Civil war and by the early 1900s had over 500 staff working for them. They are marked with the famous North & Judd Anchor. The anchor trademark which was used on all of their spurs. All of the North and Judd Spurs were made from either Iron, Brass or Bronze. The processes also involved nickel plating, electro-brass plating or just burnished and polished.

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09/20/2017 (in 31 days)

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08/13/2017

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