Identifying Stamp on English Bridle

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  1. Equestrian24

    Equestrian24 Full Member

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    Maycraft, maybe? Wasn't that an older Miller's brand?
     
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    That's what I was thinking after seeing a similar bridle and stamp on eBay.
     
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    I'm sorry for the late replies, but thank you for all of your help!

    I am guessing it is probably Crumpco by comparing it to other pictures. The stitching isn't really like anything I've ever owned before, but the leather feels pretty nice. It's not on the same level as my older Crosby or Beval bridles, but it's much better than my HDR and similar lower end ones. It says it was made in England, so Crump should fit.

    I think the stamp isn't easily identifiable because of age more than anything. I have several really nice bridles like that, too, like Edgewood (the stamp is almost completely gone on that), older Crosby, older Beval, Jimmy's 20th Century, Equitana Romania, Moritz, etc. I'm fairly certain this is an older bridle, but a nice buy at $20 for a schooling bridle.
     

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