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Mule shoe

Mule shoe

Description:

This is a mule shoe. It appears to have been handforged, from iron. It was modified with the addition of a raised toe to better fit the hoof of the animal.

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Accession #:

983.25.02

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Horseshoe

Horseshoe

Description:

This is a horseshoe, made of metal with a toe and eight nail holes.

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013.21.53

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Horseshoe

Horseshoe

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This is an iron horseshoe. It has two rims near the back of the arms of the horseshoe. This horseshoe is joined at the back by metal to complete a relatively square circle. Karl Friedstorm of Birken made the horseshoe. The unusual construction suggests the shoe was made for a horse with a problem hoof. It is in good condition but is rusted.

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986.13.01

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Horseshoes

Horseshoes

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These are iron horseshoes with eight nail holes. History: according to the donor: "used on pole roads and camps, 1913 and used in the building of the P.G.E. Railway".

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986.24.02ab

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Mule Shoe

Mule Shoe

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The shoe is small, heavily rusted, with nine nails still remaining in the shoe. The shoe is probably iron and has lots of red coloured rust. History: Peters found the shoe at the Fish Camp on Lillooet Lake.

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Accession #:

988.08.02

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Horseshoes

Horseshoes

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Horseshoes with ice pegs from the Harold Wyatt-Purden farm. There are eight nail holes.

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010.16.08ab

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Ox Shoe

Ox Shoe

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This 1/2 an ox shoe forms an arc of a circle; the steel is somewhat rusted. The shoe widens toward the back and the inner rim turns up slightly. All six nail holes contain bent nails. Condition: good. History: likely from Oxen at D'Arcy. During P.G.E. construction loggers used them.

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Accession #:

987.33.02

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Horseshoe

Horseshoe

Description:

Walker found the horseshoe on the place he bought from A.W. Spetch. Like most artifacts from that place, it was near an old blacksmith shop.

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Accession #:

983.27.24

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Horseshoe

Horseshoe

Description:

horseshoe with raised toe and eight nail holes.

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989.40.01

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Horseshoe

Horseshoe

Description:

horseshoe with eight nail holes.

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Accession #:

989.40.02

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Horseshoe

Horseshoe

Description:

horseshoe with eight nail holes.

Date of Creation:

Accession #:

989.40.03

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Horseshoe

Horseshoe

Description:

horseshoe - narrow in shape with eight nail holes. History unknown.

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Accession #:

989.40.04

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Horseshoe

Horseshoe

Description:

horseshoe - wide in shape with six visible nail holes. It appears to be hand-forged and is corroded.

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Accession #:

989.40.05

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Horseshoe

Horseshoe

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Horseshoe - wide in shape. Eight nail holes are visible and it appears to be hand-forged. The surface is abraded and corroded. History unknown.

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Accession #:

989.40.06

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Horseshoe

Horseshoe

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Horseshoe - wide in shape. Eight nail holes are visible and it appears to be hand-forged. One nail is visible and is square headed. The surface is abraded and corroded. History unknown.

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Accession #:

989.40.07

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