Lot 1317: Rare Gen Custer's Racing Saddle c. 1870

Barry S. Slosberg Inc

November 6, 2016
Philadelphia, PA, US

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Description: Rare, General George Armstrong Custer's personal racing saddle, c. 1870, presented to James P. Strain from John Kirkpatrick (nephew to Gen. Custer) that was in a truck of Custer's personal possessions. Saddle comes with signed affidavit (Roy D. Kirkpatrick) who was a nephew of John, a signed copy of General Custer's thoroughbreds, which illustrated the saddle (illustrated #1), plus information and copies of family records, (Kirkpatrick and strain). CONDITION: Some roughness shrinkage loss of hide cover (bottom edge of saddle) and leather strapping.
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