Museum Quality Original M1859 McClellan Saddle Display. These saddle were used by the North and South in the American Civil War. Comes complete with its leather Saddle Bags, Carbine Thimble, Crupper and adjustable display stand. The open seat saddle tree is in excellent condition with no damage or repairs. The rawhide cover is also in good condition but does have a couple of tears as shown in the photos and some damage around the saddle shield. Also has some areas around both front trees where it is MIA. The saddle shield is firmly attached and reads "11 1/2 in seat". The Leather skirts are in great shape with very minimal crazing. Both stirrups are intact and have the 3" tread. There is a makers tag on the tree to the left side of the pommel that reads J. Cummings. Josiah Cummings from Springfield, Mass had a government contract from Nov 1864 - March of 1865 and produced 5,000 saddles. Has a beautiful set of original saddle bags with one small tear but nor repairs. I have include photos of Jeb Stuarts Saddle at the Museum of the Confederacy for reference. The Joslyn Carbine and M1858 Smoothside Canteen sold separately. Please see all photos.