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Old Glass Trade Beads Over 4 Foot Long
This is a string of old glass trade beads. The string is approximately 52 inches in length containing roughly 800 beads. They are all glass of various colors and sizes. Looking at them with a loop I can see they are very irregular in shape with one side smaller on a lot of them. Small bubbles and imperfections can be seen in the clear and translucent ones.
U.S. Cavalry Stirrup
This stirrup was purchased as part of a collection in the late 60’s. It had a tag on it that claimed it was from the war of 1812. However I believe it is more in line with WW1. It has U.S. stamped on the inside with initials A.B. underneath. The strap looks to be original an has a tear that runs almost the entire width.
Revolutionary War Era Shot Pouch
This Early American shot pouch is constructed of hand sewn leather and lead spout with a carved wooden plug. The leather is I believe to be soft Russian leather with a red stain on the inside that was common in that period. It appears to be all original and is in great shape. It also still contains a handful of lead shot that is of various sizes that was made by dripping molten lead into water.