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Object Type Spur
Material Metal : Copper alloy
Description Small spur with the wheel missing
Length 93mm max
Width 72mm max
Height 46mm
Weight 46g
Condition Good
Completeness 90%
Location Description Off Penlee Point
Seabed type Sand

Spur (10A15)

This spur was recovered from the Coronation (1691) site off Penlee Point.

A spur is a metal tool designed to be worn in pairs on the heels of riding boots for the purpose of directing a horse while riding. The yoke and the shank are still in good condition but the revolving rowel is missing.

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10A15 Spur

References

Coronation Wreck