From the William Randolph Hearst Collection with identification tag attached. Iron, 8” length with long shank to extend beneath the crupper (flank armor) of the horse. Eight point rowel. Angled bow with raised beak to seat against the heel of the boot within the armored leg. The base of the leg armor was slotted to fit over the spur. The arm terminals each with double loops for the binding leathers. Surface textured from oxidation or corrosion.