For your consideration one wooden stirrup for a model 1859 McClellan saddle. The condition is excellent, crude & could be used again today. About 6 inches tall. This stirrup was once covered in leather (hooded) to protect the front of the foot when riding thru brush. On the side of the stirrup a period brad is holding a piece of thick leather that has been cut away. The other side of this stirrup has the same period brad with a thick piece of cut away leather under it too. A picture of the other side of this stirrup can be seen near the top of page 1 (just under Davy Crockett’s cabin) here at TennesseeLead. Speaking of this period brad you can see the rounded top this brad has but the other side of this brad makes a star or asterisks pattern. A photo of this star can be seen at the top of page 1 also. I have seen this same period brad used to connect leather straps on McClellan saddles. Shipping is $8.
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