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William N Porter rough out Rope Saddle? Authentication?

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Hello, my name is Jennifer. I came across this saddle and it has sat in my house for a while now and I never looked at the maker mark until yesterday when I then discovered the maker to be William N. Porter. I am wondering if anyone could tell me anything about this saddle the number under the left fender is Q00160. Also why does this saddle have a maker mark that includes the name "William" before the N. Porter and why does the mark have a saddle instead of a Bull head? So much to learn with authenticating old western tack! Also if this saddle is a real N. Porter I am amazed at how great of condition it is In aside from the mold that it was covered with when I got it. Other than that, it is in fabulous condition and the leather is sooo supple and soft. 

Any info is greatly appreciated and I look forward to learning what I can about it!:) 

Edit. I am having difficulty uploading even 1 photo. Any suggestions? 








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3 hours ago, Jen0419 said:

I am having difficulty uploading even 1 photo. Any suggestions?

The file size for your photos looks good, so I don't see why you should have trouble uploading the files.  Maybe a slow internet connection or overloaded connection?  I was going to tell you to resize the photos, but that is definitely not the problem.


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