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Bit and Spur Makers in the Texas Tradition by Ned and Jody Martin and Kurt House, Pocket Guide

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This handy reference guide, paper-bound, in black and white, contains useful, concise biographies of 65 Texas-style bit and spur makers. The 3" by 7" format fits in your pocket or purse for quick reference. A portable complement to the larger version, it includes indications of collectibility, value and scarcity for each maker no longer living.

A handy reference guide to 65 Texas-style bit and spur makers working between 1870 and 1970 in Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Arizona, New Mexico and a few other states. It includes an indication of collectibility, value and scarcity for each maker's work, as well as portraits of the maker, time lines of when and where they worked and photographs of their pieces and how they marked them.

An important feature of this Guide is the indication of collectibility, value and scarcity for each maker's work. Also included are the portraits, time lines of when and where they worked, how they marked their pieces, and detailed photographs of their bits and spurs

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