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    P.M. Kelly Brothers Spurs "No. 90". Magnificently crafted spurs, circa 1920s, by P.M. Kelly, featuring a crescent moon shank design married with the basic heel band pattern used in the more popular "Hollywood Special". These spurs originally listed for $14.00 in their catalog, a luxury available only to a few, during a time when most Kelly spurs sold for $5.00. The very rare "Devil River" sold for $10.00, making it likely that an even fewer number of the "No. 90" model were manufactured. With "Kelly Bros." hallmark visible on each spur beneath the strap pin. With large, 20-point rowels.
    P.M. Kelly manufactured spurs using both the "Kelly Bros." and "KB&P" brand between 1910 and 1939 in Dalhart and El Paso, Texas. He is widely recognized as one of the most talented and important of a handful of early pioneers who developed what became known as the Texas Style spur.

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    December, 2007
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