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19th Century (1800s) Military Saddles

Military horse equipment for Officers & Enlisted
for the Victorian Era including: Mexican War, Civil War & Indian Wars


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Military Saddles

M1847 Grimsley
Saddle
M1859
McClellan Saddle
Ranger / California
Saddle
Confederate (CS)
McClellan Saddle
Military Style
Hope Saddles
Military Style
Spanish Saddles
Military Style
Jenifer Saddles
M1872
McClellan Saddle
M1874
McClellan Saddle
M1885
McClellan Saddle
M1904
McClellan Saddle
 

Civilian Saddles

Drover
Saddles
Hope
Saddles
Spanish
Saddles
Mexican Style
Saddles
1870's & 1880's
Saddles
Pack
Saddle
More styles of Civilian Saddles
will be Coming in the future

For 19th Century (1800s) Tack, both Military and Civilian

Bits, Breast Collars, Bridles, Brushes, Carbine Boots, Carbine Thimbles, Girths,
Halters, Nose Bags, Ration Bags, Reins, Saddle Bags, Surcingles, etc.


Military Saddles


M1847 Grimsley Saddles

Mexican War Dragoons & American Civil War Officers

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Grimsley Saddle
Grimsley Dragoon Saddle sketch, military - Mexican War
    This is the Mexican War enlisted man's saddle. It was the regulation saddle from 1847 until it was replaced with the M1859 McClellan in 1859. The M1847 Grimsley is double skirted, has a hair padding seat, correct polished brass stirrups and brass over the cantle and pommel. The tree is a rawhide covered wooden tree with quarter horse bars. The stirrup hangers, staples and iron rings are all hand forged. The tree is a true 14" size, as per originals. The M1847 Grimsley saddle comes complete with wool girth, coat straps, valise straps and period reproduction brass beveled-edge horseshoe buckles.

    This saddle was still in use during the American Civil War by officers on both sides.

    We HIGHLY recommend the use of a surcingle with this saddle. It is actually part of the saddles design, not an extra item. The surcingle for this saddle is made of 3 1/2" wool webbing with brass horseshoe buckles and a 1 1/4" billet.

    This item normally Drop Ships from the manufacturer, with a delivery time of delivery time is 4 to 8 weeks.

    This REPRODUCTION Saddle is Made in the USA. This a quality reproduction item made as close as is modernly possible. Sewing is done by machine to keep costs down (except where hand sewing is required).

    Our Russet Leather Oak Tanned Leather. It is not dyed, it is the natural color from the tanning process. Color will vary with lot. It will darken with age. If you want to speed up the process leave it outdoors in the sun on a hot day. Also the more you oil it the darker it will become. There is a very good article about 1800s russet by David Jarnigan and Ken Knopp at www.jarnaginco.com/fair%20leather.pdf.

    Pictures of the item on this page are pictures of the item we sold. All pictures of items we sell are Copyrighted, either by us or our supplier of the item.

    This is not made using modern construction or components that did not exist during the time of its original usage (IE: chicago screws, etc.). Beware of fakes, especially ones using images stolen from this site (Copyright Infringement).

M1847 Grimsley Dragoon Saddle

Grimsley Dragoon Saddle, military - Mexican War
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M1859 McClellan Cavalry Saddle for Enlisted and Officer's

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M1859 McClellan Cavalry Saddle for Enlisted and Officer's
Enlisted
M1859 Officer's McClellan Cavalry Saddle with all accessories
Officers, US (General Officers Shown)
(showing all accessories: pommel holster,
breast collar, valise, saddle bags and
schabraque, which are SOLD SEPARATELY)
    This is the standard Civil War McClellan Saddle. It is built on a new tree with steel arch supports and covered with rawhide. The is a M1859 model tree made on modified bars so that it will fit modern horses. Saddle comes complete with correct iron hardware, hooded stirrups, stirrup straps, fenders, skirts, slot plates, pommel shield, complete rigging assemble and six (6) coat straps. Some officers used the enlisted saddle, with or without an Officer's Removable Padded Seat.

    The officers version adds brass moldings over the pommel and cantle, as well as a Pigskin covered hair padded seat with fancy stitching. The officer's version was used from 1859 through the 1880s. Picture to the right shows all the accessories, which are NOT included with the saddle, but sold separately.

    All you need is the girth and surcingle, which are added by default by the shopping cart, and this saddle is ready to ride. NOTE: the surcingle is part of the engineering design of this saddle, although not absolutely necessary for use, it is a safety item and we DO HIGHLY recommend its use.

M1859 McClellan Cavalry Saddle package for Enlisted Complete
McClellan Saddle
& Tack Package
Complete
Enlisted Cavalry
Uniform Package

    Normal delivery time is 6 to 8 weeks. Rush order / From Stock at additional fee, CHECK FOR AVAILABILITY of Rush Order or From Stock.

    This REPRODUCTION Saddle is Made in the USA. This a quality reproduction item made as close as is modernly possible. Sewing is done by machine to keep costs down (except where hand sewing is required).

    Our Russet Leather Oak Tanned Leather. It is not dyed, it is the natural color from the tanning process. Color will vary with lot. It will darken with age. If you want to speed up the process leave it outdoors in the sun on a hot day. Also the more you oil it the darker it will become. There is a very good article about 1800s russet by David Jarnigan and Ken Knopp at www.jarnaginco.com/fair%20leather.pdf.

    Pictures of the item on this page are pictures of the item we sold. All pictures of items we sell are Copyrighted, either by us or our supplier of the item.

    This is not made using modern construction or components that did not exist during the time of its original usage (IE: chicago screws, etc.). Beware of fakes, especially ones using images stolen from this site (Copyright Infringement).

M1859 McClellan Saddle

M1859 McClellan Cavalry Saddle for Enlisted and Officer's
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Ranger Cavalry Saddle (California Saddle)

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Civil War Ranger Saddle, also called California Saddle
    The Ranger Saddle, also called the California Saddle, was produced early in the war and was used by numerous Union units when McClellan saddles were difficult to obtain. It was requested by the 2nd Kansas Cavalry (US). The one we offer is styled from a picture of an 8th Tennessee (US) cavalry saddle. There is also a picture of a Federal cavalryman in Echos of Glory, Arms and Equipment of the Union (p. 69), riding what appears to be a ranger saddle. This saddle is similar to descriptions of a Confederate saddle that was produced by the Atlanta Arsenal. Our saddle is built on a new tree and has short harness leather skirts with steel rings, staples and footman loops. All you need is the girth and surcingle, which are added by default by the shopping cart, and this saddle is ready to ride. NOTE: the surcingle is part of the engineering design of this saddle, although not absolutely necessary for use, it is a safety item and we DO HIGHLY recommend its use.

    Normal delivery time is 6 to 8 weeks. Rush order / From Stock at additional fee, CHECK FOR AVAILABILITY of Rush Order or From Stock.

    This REPRODUCTION Saddle is Made in the USA. This a quality reproduction item made as close as is modernly possible. Sewing is done by machine to keep costs down (except where hand sewing is required).

    Our Russet Leather Oak Tanned Leather. It is not dyed, it is the natural color from the tanning process. Color will vary with lot. It will darken with age. If you want to speed up the process leave it outdoors in the sun on a hot day. Also the more you oil it the darker it will become. There is a very good article about 1800s russet by David Jarnigan and Ken Knopp at www.jarnaginco.com/fair%20leather.pdf.

    Pictures of the item on this page are pictures of the item we sold. All pictures of items we sell are Copyrighted, either by us or our supplier of the item.

    This is not made using modern construction or components that did not exist during the time of its original usage (IE: chicago screws, etc.). Beware of fakes, especially ones using images stolen from this site (Copyright Infringement).

Ranger / California Saddle

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Confederate (CS) Cavalry & Officer's Saddles

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Confederate (CS) McClellan Cavalry Saddle for Enlisted and Officer's
Enlisted, CS
Confederate (CS) McClellan Officer's Saddle
Officers, CS
(Valise & Saddle Bags sold separately)
    Our enlisted Confederate McClellan Saddle is patterned after one on display in General Sweeney's Museum near Republic, Missouri. The original saddle had a plain pommel shield where ours has a CS shield. As on the original, it features a hand tooled design on the skirts with a border stamping around them and the half seat. Made of black or russet leather (your choice), this saddle has STEEL dees, rings, staples and stirrup strap buckles. In keeping with the original design, there are no saddle bag loops, footman loops, hooded stirrups, or saddle bag stud.

    The officers version adds brass moldings over the pommel and cantle, as well as a covered hair padded seat with fancy stitching. Saddle Bags and Valise are not included, even though shown.

    All you need is the girth and surcingle, which are added by default by the shopping cart, and this saddle is ready to ride. NOTE: the surcingle is part of the engineering design of this saddle, although not absolutely necessary for use, it is a safety item and we DO HIGHLY recommend its use.

Confederate (CS) Richmond Arsenal 1st Model Patent Jenifer saddle, english rigged
Richmond Arsenal
1st Model Patent Jenifer
1862-63 English Rigged
$945.00
Confederate (CS) Richmond Arsenal 1st Model Patent Jenifer saddle, quarter strap rigged
Richmond Arsenal
1st Model Patent Jenifer
1862-63 Quarter Strap Rigged
$975.00
Confederate (CS) 1863 Jenifer saddle
1863 Model Jenifer


$850.00
Confederate (CS) McClellan Officer's Saddle
CS McClellan
Officers Saddle
(valise & bags sold separately)
$1,595.00
Confederate (CS) McClellan saddle, copy of on in the General Sweeney Museum
CS McClellan
Sweeney Museum

$.00
 

    Normal delivery time is 6 to 8 weeks.

    This REPRODUCTION Saddle is Made in the USA. This a quality reproduction item made as close as is modernly possible. Sewing is done by machine to keep costs down (except where hand sewing is required).

    Our Russet Leather Oak Tanned Leather. It is not dyed, it is the natural color from the tanning process. Color will vary with lot. It will darken with age. If you want to speed up the process leave it outdoors in the sun on a hot day. Also the more you oil it the darker it will become. There is a very good article about 1800s russet by David Jarnigan and Ken Knopp at www.jarnaginco.com/fair%20leather.pdf.

    Pictures of the item on this page are pictures of the item we sold. All pictures of items we sell are Copyrighted, either by us or our supplier of the item.

    This is not made using modern construction or components that did not exist during the time of its original usage (IE: chicago screws, etc.). Beware of fakes, especially ones using images stolen from this site (Copyright Infringement).

Confederate (CS) McClellan Saddle

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Military Style Hope Cavalry Saddle

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Military Style Hope Cavalry Saddle, Joseph E. Johnston Style
Joseph E. Johnston Style
Military Style Hope Cavalry Saddle, Edward L. Gallatin Style
Edward L. Gallatin Style

Joseph E. Johnston Style Hope Saddle

     This Hope Saddle on the left is similar to the one that Confederate General Joseph E. Johnston was riding at Seven Pines. Hope saddles were popular from the 1850s through the 1890s and recommended for use in the Confederacy during the last half of the War. Many Southerners rode to battle on Hope saddles that they brought from home. These saddles were also popular in the North - Union General Hugh Kilpatrick used one.

     On this saddle we have used heavy harness leather throughout, from the half seat to the full underskirts, fenders, and hooded stirrups. It also has border stamping, brass ringing dees, and decorative rigging. Brass tacks are used to secure the seat.

     This saddle is available in black or russet leather.

Edward L. Gallatin Style Hope Saddle

     This elegant Hope Saddle on the right is inspired by the Edward L. Gallatin saddles. Gallatin studied under Thornton Grimsley in St. Louis, Missouri. He was producing saddles in Denver, Colorado during the early 1860's. Union General Hugh Kilpatrick is reported to have ridden a Hope saddle that had many similarities to this design.

     This Hope has a full seat with jockeys, full underskirts, fenders and hooded stirrups. It has a wide front rigging and a decorative cap. A beautiful border stamping graces the heavy US harness leather that is used throughout. There are heavy steel rigging rings, and brass footman stands / loops and breast collar rings.

     This Hope is not only beautiful, but it is extremely comfortable to ride. It is available in black or russet leather.

    The girth and surcingle are added by default by the shopping cart, so these saddles are ready to ride. (Also available without the girth and surcingle.) NOTE: the surcingle is part of the engineering design of this saddle, although not absolutely necessary for use, it is a safety item and we DO HIGHLY recommend its use.

    Normal delivery time is 6 to 8 weeks.

    This REPRODUCTION Saddle is Made in the USA. This a quality reproduction item made as close as is modernly possible. Sewing is done by machine to keep costs down (except where hand sewing is required).

    Our Russet Leather Oak Tanned Leather. It is not dyed, it is the natural color from the tanning process. Color will vary with lot. It will darken with age. If you want to speed up the process leave it outdoors in the sun on a hot day. Also the more you oil it the darker it will become. There is a very good article about 1800s russet by David Jarnigan and Ken Knopp at www.jarnaginco.com/fair%20leather.pdf.

    Pictures of the item on this page are pictures of the item we sold. All pictures of items we sell are Copyrighted, either by us or our supplier of the item.

    This is not made using modern construction or components that did not exist during the time of its original usage (IE: chicago screws, etc.). Beware of fakes, especially ones using images stolen from this site (Copyright Infringement).

Military Style Hope Saddle

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Military Style Spanish Saddle

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Military Style Spanish Saddle
     This style of 'Spanish' Saddle was made from the mid 1840s through the 1860s. In the Victorian era, often any saddle with a horn was referred to as a Spanish or Mexican saddle. Our saddle is patterned after many originals and styled after one that is in the General Sweeney Museum near Republic, Missouri. It is made of heavy harness leather and features a tooled half seat, fenders, and skirts. It has a decorative pommel guard, hooded stirrups, and a high pommel and horn.

    These saddles were very common and were produced from Florida to Missouri and to California. Before the War in the 1850s, Thornton Grimsley was making the Spanish Saddle in St. Louis, Missouri.

    The girth and surcingle are added by default by the shopping cart, so these saddles are ready to ride. (Also available without the girth and surcingle.) NOTE: the surcingle is part of the engineering design of this saddle, although not absolutely necessary for use, it is a safety item and we DO HIGHLY recommend its use.

    Normal delivery time is 6 to 8 weeks. Rush order / From Stock at additional fee, CHECK FOR AVAILABILITY of Rush Order or From Stock.

    This REPRODUCTION Saddle is Made in the USA. This a quality reproduction item made as close as is modernly possible. Sewing is done by machine to keep costs down (except where hand sewing is required).

    Our Russet Leather Oak Tanned Leather. It is not dyed, it is the natural color from the tanning process. Color will vary with lot. It will darken with age. If you want to speed up the process leave it outdoors in the sun on a hot day. Also the more you oil it the darker it will become. There is a very good article about 1800s russet by David Jarnigan and Ken Knopp at www.jarnaginco.com/fair%20leather.pdf.

    Pictures of the item on this page are pictures of the item we sold. All pictures of items we sell are Copyrighted, either by us or our supplier of the item.

    This is not made using modern construction or components that did not exist during the time of its original usage (IE: chicago screws, etc.). Beware of fakes, especially ones using images stolen from this site (Copyright Infringement).

Military Style Spanish Saddle

Military Style Spanish Saddle
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Military Style Jenifer Saddle

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Jenifer Saddle
    There were numerous variations of the Jenifer saddle. Some were completely leather covered with an English style rigging. Others were extremely skeletal and had no fenders or skirts. Most Jenifers were used by Confederate (CS) cavalrymen; however, there is at least one know artifact that was used by a Federal and it appears to have been of pre-war purchase. General Custer also owned a Jenifer saddle.

    1st Model Richmond Arsenal Jenifer Saddle, English Rigged of 1862-63: we are proud to present the first model Jenifer. The skirt pattern was graciously provided by Mr. John Ashworth from his original saddle. Placement of rings, staples and screws are positioned as per the original saddle. Handmade wire foot staples are driven into the front of the pommel. Clipped corner slot plates are applied with iron nails. CS front shield. Iron rings with round staples front and rear. Single billet girth straps with under guard. Handmade wooden stirrups. Six coat straps. Rawhide covered wooden tree with quarter horse spread. Custom fitted trees also available. Natural colored canvas webbing girth is 3 inches wide. This saddle should be ridden with a surcingle.

    1st Model Richmond Arsenal Jenifer Saddle, Quarter Strap Rigged (Confederate) of 1862-63:  black leather stirrup straps and quarter-straps. Russet abbreviated skirts, fenders, and stirrup covers. Clipped corner slot plates, iron rings with round staples front and rear. Handmade foot staples and handmade stirrups. Comes with 6 coat straps and canvas web 1859 style girth. Same tree as PATENT model saddle. This saddle should be ridden with a surcingle.

    Model 1863 Jenifer (Confederate): believed to be new model Jenifer. Differs from the patent model. Rounded, thicker and less refined pommel. Copied from Gettysburg Jenifer. Russet, single billet English rigging, open wooden stirrups and coat straps. Hand made front footman staples driven into saddle. Clipped corner slot plates, CS shield, front and rear rings. This saddle should be ridden with a surcingle.

    Jenifer Artillery Drivers Saddle (Confederate): A patent model rawhide covered wooden tree, federal type long skirt, front and rear staples, open wood stirrups and single billet girth system. With a 3" natural color web girth.  This saddle should be ridden with a surcingle.

Jennifer Saddle, 1st Model Richmond, English Rigged, Confederate
1st Model Richmond
English Rigged
Jennifer Saddle, 1st Model Richmond, Quarter Strap Rigged, Confederate
1st Model Richmond
Quarter Strap Rigged
M1863 Jenifer Saddle, Confederate
M1863
Jenifer
Artillery Drivers Jenifer Saddle, Confederate
Artillery Drivers
Jenifer

    The girth and surcingle are added by default by the shopping cart, so these saddles are ready to ride. (Also available without the girth and surcingle.) NOTE: the surcingle is part of the engineering design of this saddle, although not absolutely necessary for use, it is a safety item and we DO HIGHLY recommend its use.

    Normal delivery time is 6 to 8 weeks.

    This REPRODUCTION Saddle is Made in the USA. This a quality reproduction item made as close as is modernly possible. Sewing is done by machine to keep costs down (except where hand sewing is required).

    Our Russet Leather Oak Tanned Leather. It is not dyed, it is the natural color from the tanning process. Color will vary with lot. It will darken with age. If you want to speed up the process leave it outdoors in the sun on a hot day. Also the more you oil it the darker it will become. There is a very good article about 1800s russet by David Jarnigan and Ken Knopp at www.jarnaginco.com/fair%20leather.pdf.

    Pictures of the item on this page are pictures of the item we sold. All pictures of items we sell are Copyrighted, either by us or our supplier of the item.

    This is not made using modern construction or components that did not exist during the time of its original usage (IE: chicago screws, etc.). Beware of fakes, especially ones using images stolen from this site (Copyright Infringement).

Military Style Jenifer Saddles

Jenifer Saddle
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M1872 McClellan Cavalry Saddle

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M1872 McClellan Cavalry Saddle - Black
M1872 McClellan Cavalry Saddle - Black
    This is the M1859 Saddle with modifications. Special orders #85, dated April 10, 1872: The 1859 McClellans were to be covered with black collar leather and the skirts to be removed. There were to be leather safes, 4 1/2 by 4 3/4 inches added under the girth strap "D" rings.

    This is the standard early "Indian Wars" McClellan Saddle. The saddle comes with a new leather covered 1859 tree (made on modified bars so that it will fit modern horses), brass slot plates and pommel shield, all iron hardware, six coat straps, 1872 model stripped wool girth, 4 1/2 inch covered embossed stirrups. All you need is the girth and surcingle, which are added by default by the shopping cart, and this saddle is ready to ride.

    NOTE: the surcingle is part of the engineering design of this saddle, although not absolutely necessary for use, it is a safety item and we DO HIGHLY recommend its use.

    11, 11 1/2" or 12" seat available.

    Normal delivery time is 6 to 8 weeks.

    This REPRODUCTION Saddle is Made in the USA. This a quality reproduction item made as close as is modernly possible. Sewing is done by machine to keep costs down (except where hand sewing is required).

    Our Russet Leather Oak Tanned Leather. It is not dyed, it is the natural color from the tanning process. Color will vary with lot. It will darken with age. If you want to speed up the process leave it outdoors in the sun on a hot day. Also the more you oil it the darker it will become. There is a very good article about 1800s russet by David Jarnigan and Ken Knopp at www.jarnaginco.com/fair%20leather.pdf.

    Pictures of the item on this page are pictures of the item we sold. All pictures of items we sell are Copyrighted, either by us or our supplier of the item.

    This is not made using modern construction or components that did not exist during the time of its original usage (IE: chicago screws, etc.). Beware of fakes, especially ones using images stolen from this site (Copyright Infringement).

M1872 McClellan Saddle

M1872 McClellan Cavalry Saddle - Black
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M1874 McClellan Cavalry Saddle

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M1874 McClellan Cavalry Saddle - Black
shown with optional saddle bags
M1874 McClellan Cavalry Saddle - Black
    This is the same as the M1874 McClellan Saddle, except for having brass hardware.

    The saddle comes with a new leather covered 1859 tree (made on modified bars so that it will fit modern horses), brass slot plates and pommel shield, all iron hardware, six coat straps, 1872 model stripped wool girth, 4 1/2 inch covered embossed stirrups. All you need is the girth and surcingle, which are added by default by the shopping cart, and this saddle is ready to ride.

    NOTE: the surcingle is part of the engineering design of this saddle, although not absolutely necessary for use, it is a safety item and we DO HIGHLY recommend its use.

    11, 11 1/2" or 12" seat available.

    Normal delivery time is 6 to 8 weeks.

    This REPRODUCTION Saddle is Made in the USA. This a quality reproduction item made as close as is modernly possible. Sewing is done by machine to keep costs down (except where hand sewing is required).

    Our Russet Leather Oak Tanned Leather. It is not dyed, it is the natural color from the tanning process. Color will vary with lot. It will darken with age. If you want to speed up the process leave it outdoors in the sun on a hot day. Also the more you oil it the darker it will become. There is a very good article about 1800s russet by David Jarnigan and Ken Knopp at www.jarnaginco.com/fair%20leather.pdf.

    Pictures of the item on this page are pictures of the item we sold. All pictures of items we sell are Copyrighted, either by us or our supplier of the item.

    This is not made using modern construction or components that did not exist during the time of its original usage (IE: chicago screws, etc.). Beware of fakes, especially ones using images stolen from this site (Copyright Infringement).

M1874 McClellan Saddle
M1874 McClellan Cavalry Saddle - Black
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M1885 McClellan Cavalry Saddle

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M1885 McClellan Cavalry Saddle - Black
     This is another modification of the M1872 McClellan Saddle. It is the M1859 tree covered with black leather and brass hardware. There is heart shaped safe under the rigging rings. Included with the saddle are 6 coat straps, 4 1/2" US embossed covered stirrups and the M1885 mohair girth (cinch).

    11, 11 1/2" or 12" seat available.

    Normal delivery time is 6 to 8 weeks.

    This REPRODUCTION Saddle is Made in the USA. This a quality reproduction item made as close as is modernly possible. Sewing is done by machine to keep costs down (except where hand sewing is required).

    Our Russet Leather Oak Tanned Leather. It is not dyed, it is the natural color from the tanning process. Color will vary with lot. It will darken with age. If you want to speed up the process leave it outdoors in the sun on a hot day. Also the more you oil it the darker it will become. There is a very good article about 1800s russet by David Jarnigan and Ken Knopp at www.jarnaginco.com/fair%20leather.pdf.

    Pictures of the item on this page are pictures of the item we sold. All pictures of items we sell are Copyrighted, either by us or our supplier of the item.

    This is not made using modern construction or components that did not exist during the time of its original usage (IE: chicago screws, etc.). Beware of fakes, especially ones using images stolen from this site (Copyright Infringement).

M1885 McClellan Saddle

M1885 McClellan Cavalry Saddle - Black
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M1904 McClellan Cavalry Saddle

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M1904 McClellan Cavalry Saddle - Tan/Brown
     1904 Style McClellan Saddle Built on new wooden tree, 1904 style with modified Quarter Horse bars. (Can also be built on 1859 style tree) Covered in Russet Leather. Adjustable quarter strap assembly. Includes all hardware and a set of six coat straps. 4 1/2" US Embossed hooded stirrups.

NOTE: the surcingle is part of the engineering design of this saddle, although not absolutely necessary for use, it is a safety item and we DO HIGHLY recommend its use.

    11, 11 1/2" or 12" seat available. This saddle can also be made in Black Leather for NON-Military use.

    Normal delivery time is 6 to 8 weeks.

    This REPRODUCTION Saddle is Made in the USA. This a quality reproduction item made as close as is modernly possible. Sewing is done by machine to keep costs down (except where hand sewing is required).

    Our Russet Leather Oak Tanned Leather. It is not dyed, it is the natural color from the tanning process. Color will vary with lot. It will darken with age. If you want to speed up the process leave it outdoors in the sun on a hot day. Also the more you oil it the darker it will become. There is a very good article about 1800s russet by David Jarnigan and Ken Knopp at www.jarnaginco.com/fair%20leather.pdf.

    Pictures of the item on this page are pictures of the item we sold. All pictures of items we sell are Copyrighted, either by us or our supplier of the item.

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