|Description||Pair (one of two) brass spurs with half-round heel band, curved neck and horizontal 7-point rowels; stamped "Col. G. A. MARTIN CSA 1864"; slots in terminal ends of band for leather strap (missing).|
|Dimensions||H-3.5 W-1.25 L-5 inches|
|Owned||George A. Martin|
|Owner Regiment||20th Battalion Virginia Heavy Artillery, Co. B; 38th Virginia Infantry, Co. I, "St. Bride's Artillery"|
|Made||Leech and Rigdon, CSA|
Lt. Col. George Alexander Martin owned this pair of spurs and wore them during the war.
The spurs are related to the Henry Lever Action Repeating Rifle in (0985.13.80).
Martin, George Alexander