George Lawrence Company Bits and Spurs Value Guide

George Lawrence Company

Born:1857 Died:1950s Maker's Mark:

The George Lawrence Company was a saddlery and sold gear throughout the northwest starting in the 1860s. It was originally started by Samuel Sherlock, but it was bought by George Lawrence (who was Sherlock’s brother in law). The Company supplied the US Cavalry in the Northwest and distributed goods through a network of trading posts and mercantile stores, as well as through a catalog. It is unknown if any famous makers produced spurs for the company, or who produced them at all for that matter. The company stamped its marks near the button of spurs.

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