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    07-25-2011, 12:42 AM
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Would like to identify western saddle

I don't see any maker's ID on this saddle. It has been suggested that it is from the 1940's. Under the leather the horn is brass. There is a small circular geometric dot pattern stamp at the top center of the basketweave tooling on the sides of the seat. Anyone have a clue?
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    07-25-2011, 01:09 AM
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Found this image while looking for the stamp of a Simco Daisy. In the early days of Simco, they stamped the horn with a 5 or 6 petaled daisy. They were well known for their basket weave design. I would be fairly certain that your saddle is a Simco.
     

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