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  • Esther_Franck - Tuesday 14 April 2020 08:38
    It's a modern brass.
  • Genny Watts - Tuesday 14 April 2020 03:07
    I would just like to know the origins of this particular brass please. Thanks.
  • dick bradshaw - Wednesday 25 March 2020 10:23
    Duke of Devonshire
  • Ian Davies - Saturday 9 November 2019 09:32
    Is this for sale? To add to my George V collection
  • Ian Davies - Saturday 9 November 2019 09:30
    Is this for sale/swap?
  • jbcherry - Thursday 31 October 2019 22:20
    Designed by Ran Hawthorne, only 30 made. (Collecting Horse Brasses Vol V page 39)
  • Steve - Sunday 29 September 2019 15:50
    I have what appears to be an identical brass. Do you have any more information on it?
  • jbcherry - Saturday 23 February 2019 21:38
    This one is stamped :)
  • Jamesblair - Tuesday 25 December 2018 01:48
    Manchester Ship Canal Company
  • Jamesblair - Tuesday 25 December 2018 01:16
    There is a variation of this noseband marked "CARTER SADDLER BEDMINSTER BRISTOL". The village of Bedminster was incorporated within the City of Bristol in the 1890's. Carter was almost certainly the Bedminster harness makers cited by Mr. Ferdinand Huth in the Journal of the Gypsy Lore Society in 1940 as one of the very few saddlers who specialised in the manufacture of Gypsy harness. He was located at no great distance from Bridgwater, where the firm of W Watts built horse drawn caravans in the first half of the 20th century.