Nice Indian Wars Era US Cavalry Nose Feed Bag for Horse
Here is aFine Condition ca.1885 to 1904 US Cavalry Nose
Feed Bag ! The Bag remained essentially the same for the
length of its service, with the later versions getting the Q.M.C.,
or Quartermaster Corps markings. Canvas bag is about 12 inches
deep, with adjustable leather strap that is approximately 46.5
inches long. Canvas is dirty but only has one torn hole and that’s
on the reverse side. Leather shows some minor crazing but is
still pliable. Roller buckle has a portion of its original black
laquer finish remaining too. Just a Nice US Cavalry Nose
Feed Bag !
$125 plus shipping
Nice Original M1887 US Cavalry Carbine Boot/Scabbard
Here is a Nice M1887 US Cavalry Carbine Boot or Scabbard !
These were issued for the Trapdoor and other Indian War period
Carbines. The brass throat piece is still nicely intact on this one
as are all the buckles and hardware. The leather shows moderate
crazing & a bit of old re-stitching along the seam, but still displays
very well. Scabbard measures about 13.5 inches long by about 6
inches wide. A Nice Piece of Original US Cavalry History !
$295 plus shipping
Very Fine US M1887 Cavalry Carbine Sling Hook
Here is a Very Rare M1885 US Cavalry Carbine
Sling hook ! It’s much less common than its Civil War
relative, double marked, and this one is in fine condition.
This pattern is narrower to accommodate a sling only 1.5
inches wide that took a smaller buckle, and was generally
intended to be lighter. It has only a few areas of very light
surface rust and the spring is still strong on the snap.
Markings on the inside of the snaphook are “O.B. North
& Co. New Haven, Ct. “ The frame of the roller the belt
goes thru is also marked with, “ US” & “T.J. Shepard.”
A Fine & Uncommon Indian Wars Era M1885
US Cavalry Sling hook !
$225 plus shipping
Very Nice Original M1902 US Cavalry Grooming Brush
Here is a Very Nice Condition ca. 1902 US Cavalry Leather
Horse Brush ! Leather under the handle is embossed with
US, and maker’s mark of Herbert Brush Mfg. Co. Leather
still in good condition as are the bristles which look to be
98% intact. A Nice Original US Cavalry Item that will
Display Great !
$35 plus shipping
Very Nice Original U.S. M1885 Cavalry Linkstrap
Here's a Very Good Condition 127 year old piece of
Cavalry Leather, an M1885 Linkstrap ! Complete and
undamaged, leather still fairly pliable, and hardware present.
Riveted brass adjustment hook still solid, and spring still good
in the double iron snap on opposite end. Leather near the snap
end is marked with a number -5-. A Very Nice Example of
A Working Piece of Historical US Cavalry Leather !
$49 plus shipping
Very Nice Original U.S. M1885 Bridle Rosette - Possibly Excavated
Here is a Real Nice Cavalry Rosette for the M1885 Bridle !
Complete with retaining washer, it measures 1.75 inches diameter,
while washer is just .5 inches in diameter. Both pieces have an old
patina that looks excavated, but I'm not positive. It could be lightly
cleaned and used with an M1885 headstall if needed. Nice
Complete Indian War Period, M1885 Bridle Rosette !
$40 plus shipping
Nice Non Dug Post Civil War Military Style Brass Spur
Here is a Nice Post Civil War Brass “Military Style” Spur ! It’s a non-dug example with a nice patina to the brass, and iron or steel rowel still intact. The points of the rowel are very flat, either from wear or perhaps made that way, but rowel still spins freely. Inside of the strap slots are rounded on the ends, and there is a number “11” stamped on the inside of one. The spur is similar to MS4 in Howard Crouches book, Historic American Spurs. A Nice Post War Military Style Brass Spur !
$40 plus shipping
Nice 1880s-1890 "Liverpool" Style Heavy Draft Bridle Bit
Here is a Real Nice Old ca. 1880's-1890's, Draft Bit often
called a Liverpool Bit ! The Military sometimes used these as
wagon bits, on their draft horses. This one is in good condition with
only very minor surface rusting, and not excavated. Hooks still
present on both sides for the curb chain, and mouthpiece will still
slide. Marked on the mouthpiece -Steel- & -B.C.-, there is also a
mark on the side that I think says, -Martin- . A Nice Old Bit in