US Post WWI Spur Straps

US Post WWI Spur Straps

The design of spur straps changed after WWI to a straight strap with no taper. Set of 4 straps, two upper and two lower.

 
Our PriceUS$ 15.00
Code103723000
Stock78
Weight0.01
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