MEXICO SOUVENIR SADDLE WORLD WAR II ERA
This Mexico souvenir saddle was given to my mother in law during World War II. It has some unique features making it ready for a cowboy’s long ride. In addition to “Mexico” on the front of the saddle you have; a sword, a rope, blanket across tucked under the saddle, and riffle and case along the side. The rifle and sword do not come out of their leather cases. 3 ½ “ long x 2 ½ “ wide. This saddle would display nicely on a Bryer horse or similar horse. This saddle has been in her keepsake box since it was given to her. There is not a glass bottom, I placed it on a salt shaker to take better pictures.
Be sure to check my other listings as well, because I’m listing several World War II items, and other Mexico souvenirs from this same keepsake box (my MIL’s).