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Circa 1910s Annie Oakley Winchester Bridle Rosettes Pair

Lot Number 1819

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Bridle rosettes were first produced in the 1800s as functionally important components of a horse riding bridle. Gradually the rosettes become more ornamental and decorative until the prevalence of horse riding decreased so much that production of them all but stopped in the mid-1900s. This fine glass-domed example features a classic Annie Oakley image (with her trusty Winchester rifle) and facsimile autograph. It measures 1-3/4" in diameter and exhibits VG condition overall.

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