K. B. & P.Rare Spurs by Kelly Brothers and Parker 1912-1919.
Well marked, K.B.& P. on the outside of the heel band just past the swinging buttons. 1 3/4-inch, 5-point rowels. Slightly curved shanks with fine-engraved silver arrows. 5/8-inch bands with large engraved silver overlays. Engraved silver button covers. Brown leathers with roller buckles. Note: According to Martin and House in "Bit And Spur Makers In The Texas Tradition" Pascal Kelly hired Clyde Parker as a partner until 1919. This narrow, early time frame earns K.B.& P.-marked spurs a high collectibility rating.
Provenance: Roger and Linda Carpenter Collection.
Condition: Very good to fine. Traces of blue with age wear and scattered patches of very fine pitting. Leather straps are later replacements.
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