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De Walker Visalia Saddle
He is a great old part of history, I wish this saddle could tell stories. The estate this was purchased from informed me that their research indicated that this saddle is from the 1800's (I have not confirmed this). The overall condition of this saddle is good considering it's age. It is stamped D E Walker Visalia in two places this includes the number 9567. Stirrup covers were added and I'm not sure if there have been any repairs to this saddle if it was repaired they did an excellent job and did so on both side. This saddle was a worken mans saddle and will be a great addition to your collection or make a great seat. Please ask any questions and I will do my best to answer as soon as possible. Will Ship internationally but please contact prior to purchase
Status:Available
Saddle Type:Western
Brand:Visalia
Year:pre-1990
New/Used:Used
Length:15
Country:United States of America
Price:$ 500
Location:Nampa, ID 83651
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