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A pair of black and brown leather riding boots with square toes and stacked heels.
Walk Right In 11/98-3/99 About 1800, patent leather--a heavily varnished waterproof leather--was introduced in England. Made in the United States by 1822, this new material was often used for fashionable men's riding boots.
Dick's Patent Shank Boots & Shoes (Manufacturer)
Brooks Dealer in Dick's Shoes (Retailer)
15 1/2 (H) (inches)
Gift of Elsie Powell Ingraham
New York state (United States)
New York City (New York state)