DIFFICULT TO FIND PAIR OF CIVIL WAR ERA BOYS LEATHER BOOTS. THE BOOTS ARE IN GOOD CONDITION CONSIDERING AGE AND USE. THE BRASS TOE PLATE ON THE FRONT OF THE BOOTS IS INTACT.THEY ARE STAMPED ON THE BOTTOM WITH THE NUMBER 6. THE LEATHER HAS SCUFFS AND SCRAPS AND THE SHOE STRINGS ARE MISSING. THERE IS LOOSE STITCHING IN SEVERAL AREAS AND A FEW SMALL TEARS IN THE LEATHER AS SHOWN. WE FOUND THESE WONDERFUL LITTLE BOOTS IN AN OLD TRUNK WRAPPED IN A QUILT.
SOMEONE DEFINITELY WANTED TO PRESERVE THEM FOR FUTURE GENERATIONS TO ENJOY. THESE LITTLE BOOTS WOULD MAKE A SIGNIFICANT ADDITION TO ANY COLLECTION OF EARLY BOYS CLOTHING. YOU WILL LOVE THEM FOR DISPLAY IN YOUR EARLY COUNTRY HOME. The item "DIFFICULT TO FIND CIVIL WAR ERA 1860'S BOYS LEATHER BOOTS. AAFA" is in sale since Sunday, February 16, 2020.
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