RMGGM5F7–Pruning - Fruit - Well pruned Apple tree showing fruiting spurs TAS041939
RM2BEGCNY–A laminectomy due to bone spurs. This medical procedure relieves pressure on the spinal cord.
RMG75W7M–Spurs players celebrate after the receiving a penalty during the FA Barclaycard Premiership game at White Hart Lane, London.
RMCTG5JA–Battle of the Spurs, circa 1513, unknown artist,
RMD3N4T3–Wahlitz, Germany, symbolic photo, Western riding boots with spurs
RM2H268H7–Close up of Spurs and Everton club crest.
RMDEBGBP–Baltic area. Footwear. 12th-13th century. Booties, baby shoes, spurs for ice. Museum of History and Navigation. Riga. Latvia.
RMT8C54K–A pair of high-quality chiselled rowel spurs, South German or Italian, circa 1620 Wrought-iron spurs with chiselled high relief of fighting horsemen between grotesques and mascarons on the front side. Five-pointed star rowels, attached to it the original, iron clasps. Length 17 cm each. Extremely vivid chiselled iron that corresponds to the quality of high-grade rapier hilts. historic, historical, 17th century, Additional-Rights-Clearance-Info-Not-Available
RMF1DWGF–U.S. President Barack Obama speaks with the 2014 NBA Champion San Antonio Spurs basketball team in the Blue Room prior to an event honoring the team January 12, 2015 in Washington, D.C.
RMCMNEJP–Closeup of spurs on cowboy boots. Mt Garnet Rodeo, Mt Garnet, Queensland, Australia
RM2H6FMM8–Mexican football players Alfanso Diaz Portugal of the Chicago Spurs and Edwardo Balasanian (9) of the Toronto Falcons, USA 1967
RMP67E6Y–King Henry VIII, greeting the captured French officers, The Battle of the Spurs, also known as Battle of Guinegate, 16 August 1513
RMKHRH63–Knighthood ceremonies: a knight kneels to be dubbed with a sword 358, a squire attaches spurs to the knight's armour 359, a knight is dressed in armour by women 360, and a knight swears an oath to the Order on the Bible 361. From Marc Vulson de la Colombiere's Le Vrai Theatre d'Honneur et de chevalerie, 1648. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from Robert von Spalart's Historical Picture of the Costumes of the Principal People of Antiquity and of the Middle Ages, Chez Collignon, Metz, 1810.
RMFW6R0W–Spurs or Sporen
RFEHH4X1–Western silver spurs on white
RFF0M007–Western boots and spurs isolated on white
RFE84P7D–riding dressage spurs in case isolated on white.
RFC2WWHA–Old gun, holster, and spurs from times past.
RMA4XN91–Spurs hanging on a nail on cabin wall Montana
RM2BEGCJJ–A laminectomy due to bone spurs. This medical procedure relieves pressure on the spinal cord.
RMG75KPP–Spurs GK Kasey Keller is felled inside the goalmouth during the FA Barclaycard Premiership game against Leicester at Filbert Street, Leicester.
RMCTG5K7–Detail of the Battle of the Spurs, circa 1513, unknown artist,
RMD3N4RN–Wahlitz, Germany, symbolic photo, Western riding boots with spurs a child
RM2H268HB–Close up of Spurs and Everton club crest.
RM2BN4BE5–Nobleman's grave with Gothic iron spurs. Cetina Sv. Spas, Croatia. Museum of Croatian Archaeological Monuments, Split, Croatia.
RMT8C54J–A pair of high-quality chiselled rowel spurs, South German or Italian, circa 1620 Wrought-iron spurs with chiselled high relief of fighting horsemen between grotesques and mascarons on the front side. Five-pointed star rowels, attached to it the original, iron clasps. Length 17 cm each. Extremely vivid chiselled iron that corresponds to the quality of high-grade rapier hilts. historic, historical, 17th century, Additional-Rights-Clearance-Info-Not-Available
RMA063Y5–Aerial view of Tottenham Hotspur Football Club in London. It is also called White Hart Lane and is home to Spurs
RMHG4TDD–Wooden platform sandals and spurs on Pujllay dancer of the Quechuan people of Bolivia - Washington, DC USA
RMRYA9EH–The Timely Warning Twelve Pence and a Pair of Spurs
RMP67E6W–The meeting of King Henry VIII of England and the Holy Roman emperor Maximilian I, The Battle of the Spurs, also known as Battle of Guinegate, 16 August 1513
RMAWR65T–Cowboy boots with spurs
RMERF8RA–Spurs or Sporen
RFC93HMM–Spurs and boot pulls on white
RFAXBJ6K–Carichi Mexico leather chaps and spurs hanged in a ranch stable
RFE84P7E–riding dressage spurs in case isolated on white.
RFBK5KXN–Western-style cowboy spurs on boots in Fort Worth, Texas
RMMKN6H4–Tottenham Hotspur , Spurs football fansat Wembley Stadium London England Britain UK Editorial use only. No merchandising.
RFMCW77R–Pink columbine flowers, with their long nectar spurs, are viewed close-up against a blurred green background in late spring.
RMG75KP2–Spurs GK Kasey Keller punches out a shot and is caught up in a scramble on the Spurs goal line with Leicester's Paul Dickov during the FA Barclaycard Premiership game at Filbert Street, Leicester. It is Leicester's last game at Filbert Street.
RM2BJ00BT–Cowboy legs with jeans, chaps, boots and spurs in the raking afternoon sun with his legs and rodeo rail shadows at Mareeba in Australia.
RMCXAF80–Boot with spurs in stirrup on ranch in eastern Wyoming
RM2H268GX–Close up of Spurs and Everton club crest.
RM2BN2F0K–Massive bronze spurs of Carolingian Provenance. Gornji Koljani-Crkvina. Croatia. Museum of Croatian Archaeological Monuments, Split, Croatia.
RMPB4CBD–The Battle of the Spurs, or Battle of Guinegate, took place on 16 August 1513. Henry VIII had joined in the Holy League in 1511 with Venice and Spain to defend the Papacy from its enemies and France with military force. As part of the Holy League, during the ongoing Italian Wars, English and Imperial troops under Henry VIII and Maximilian I surprised and routed a body of French cavalry under Jacques de La Palice. Henry and Maximilian were besieging the town of Thérouanne in Artois (now Pas-de-Calais) and after it fell, Henry VIII besieged and took Tournai.
RMA063Y0–Aerial view of Tottenham Hotspur Football Club in London. It is also called White Hart Lane and is home to Spurs
RMHG4TDX–Wooden platform sandals and spurs on Pujllay dancer of the Quechuan people of Bolivia - Washington, DC USA
RM2DN34D0–Pair of women's silver spurs, Silver, Pair of silver spurs for a woman; curved section to fit around shoe with extended piece holding rowel; chain and buckle to hold spur in place., England, 1852, jewelry, Decorative Arts, Spurs, Spurs
RFKEKJNC–Replica jersey of Kawhi Leonard of San Antonio Spurs on sale in the NBA store in Manhattan.
RMCR70XH–Riding boots with spurs, hanging sign of a shoe shop against a blue sky, Hauptstrasse, Gengenbach, Baden-Wuerttemberg
RMEJY11P–Vintage British army Officer's boot spurs made by Henry Maxwell, 8-9 Dover Street, London
RFBTRT63–A well worn pair of cowboy boots with spurs.
RMB9YEAC–View of a Mexican Horseman's Spurs
RMJE3G3X–STEPHEN CARR REP OF IRELAND & SPURS HAMPDEN PARK GLASGOW 12 February 2003
RFCNR37G–Cowboy tools, spurs and lasso, hanging and ready for use
RMPPF55R–Harry Kane of Spurs during the Premier League match between Tottenham Hotspur and Liverpool , Brighton , 2018 Editorial use only. No merchandising. For Football images FA and Premier League restrictions apply inc. no internet/mobile usage without FAPL license - for details contact Football Dataco
RFHY519C–A brown leather pair of cowboy boots with spurs sits on rock in a field of Texas bluebonnets
RMG7518B–Everton's David Weir (number 5) is smothered by teammates after equalising against Spurs during their Premiership clash at White Hart Lane, London, today, Saturday 19 January 2002. It ended a 1-1 draw.
RFCF2B7J–Spurs hanging on wooden wall
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