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rock
Tenderfoot

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Posted - 01/13/2006 :  12:59:20 PM  Show Profile  Visit rock's Homepage Send rock a Private Message
I just purchased a saddle that looks to be vintage. It has no makers name but has a number on the 'keeper' that is 2878. It is dark oiled, acorn tooling, and has buckstiching. I would like to know if anyone knows who made the saddle?
Thanks.

Hook
Trail Boss (Moderator)



Canada
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Posted - 01/14/2006 :  06:56:45 AM  Show Profile  Visit Hook's Homepage Send Hook a Private Message
Welcome to the forum. Probably we need more information to begin identifying your saddle. If you can post a picture it may help.

TO POST PICTURES ON THE FORUM
· Open an account at http://photobucket.com
· Click BROWSE on the add pictures screen and upload your picture from your hard drive. This make take some time depending on the size of your picture file
· When the upload is complete right click on the third line down titled “img” then COPY. With my computer I don’t have to highlight, when I right click all of the required file info is highlighted
· Now go to your post on the forum and put the curser where you want the picture.
· Right click, PASTE and you are done.
· Good idea to use preview on forum to check size of the picture. If it is too large go back to photobucket and use the edit function to reduce the size.

Good luck.

Hook(ed)......on Horses

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