COLONIAL AMERICAN MUD SHOE PATTEN

$425.00
See Collector’s Encyclopedia of the American Revolution, Neumann, p.124 #13, identified as 17th-18th century. 9 3/8” length with carved wood shoe shaped base on forged iron ring secured front and back. Tapered leather straps with original shoe lace with coiled iron wire aglet (tip mount). These were worn by ladies to raise their shoes above the muddy streets. Colonial streets were often graded low to hold water for fire emergency. It is common in paintings to see village streets with a large puddle or small pond in the middle. Completely untouched throughout and in expected weathered condition. Very rare
Item ID: B2603

This item is sold

Sold

Certificate of Authenticity

All items purchased from The History Gift Store are accompanied by a signed and dated Certificate of Authenticity with the name of the item and its unique item number for future reference.

Certificates are suitable for display with your item, and can easily be mounted in a 8½" x 5½" frame. Our certificates are printed on an acid free 65lb cardstock. This means your certification will not turn yellow or deteriorate over time.

COLONIAL AMERICAN MUD SHOE PATTEN

You have questions? We have answers.

We want you to be completely satisfied with your purchase, and we will do anything we can to make sure of it.
If you have any questions, please let us know, and we'll be happy to assist you.