Pictured here are three different styles of spurs found on the farmstead. One spur (a) is a complete iron spur with stationary knob studs, but it is broken into two pieces and much of its rowel is corroded away. The second one (b) is about one-half of a brass spur with an iron rowel and a buckle end on its heel band. The third specimen (c) is a fragment of an iron spur heel band with a buckle end.

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