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Early US Militia Cavalry Saddle Holsters and Painted Martingale Group, ca 1850
4/30/2014 - Firearms and Militaria: Live Salesroom Auction
A brace of black leather pommel holsters with brass caps and yellow painted trim on the covers.  For a large frame revolver, possibly a Walker Dragoon. Martingale of yellow painted leather trimmed in black.  Nice horse accoutrements as used from the Mexican War through the Civil War.

Condition:  
Cover detached from holsters, slight seam separation.  Some cracks and tears on the straps.
Sold: $2,350.00
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