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Boer War period British Cavalry leather saddle wallets and a leather lance stirrup boot by Ebbert & Co. Ltd. dated 1900. The leather saddle wallets were designed to fit over the pommel of the saddle and fix by leather straps through brass loops on the wallets. They sat in front of the riders legs affording easy access. The wallets are in excellent condition and are complete apart from a small 1" leather loop on the top which is missing. The wallets are shaped and lined with heavy duty cloth inside. The tops are secured over brass buttons on the wallet fronts. On the inside, both wallets have a brass loop. They measure 13 1/2" to the centre, 26 1/2" when laid flat. The leather is in fantastic condition and the stitching is all present and secure. The leather lance stirrup boot was designed to strap to the riders foot stirrup and the lance sat in the bucket and was supported by the stirrup. It is in perfect condition and is nicely stamped with the War Department 'Broad Arrow' on one side of the top and with "? EBBERT & Co Ltd G & M 1900" on the other. Again, this piece of leather equipment is complete with all stitching and it is all secure. The price for the two Boer War period pieces of leather equipment includes UK delivery. Sn 11499