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1. Sellman's Blacksmith Shop Building Sellman's Blacksmith Shop Building McLean County, Illinois; Bloomington, Illinois; Forge shops; Blacksmithing; Blacksmiths; Horses; Advertisements; Horseshoes The building of Ralph with Sellman's blacksmith shop was at 107 S. Madison in Bloomington.

2. Sellman's Blacksmith Shop Advertisement Sellman's Blacksmith Shop Advertisement McLean County, Illinois; Bloomington, Illinois; Forge shops; Blacksmithing; Blacksmiths; Horses; Advertisements; Horseshoes Ralph with Sellman's blacksmith shop was at 107 S. Madison in Bloomington.

3. Sellman's Blacksmith Shop Inside Sellman's Blacksmith Shop Inside McLean County, Illinois; Bloomington, Illinois; Forge shops; Blacksmithing; Blacksmiths; Horses; Horseshoes Horses stand in waiting as horseshoes hang on the wall inside Ralph with Sellman's blacksmith shop.

4. Parallel Calked Horseshoes Vs. Perpendicular Calked Horseshoes Parallel Calked Horseshoes Vs. Perpendicular Calked Horseshoes United States; Farriers; Transportation; Blacksmithing; Blacksmiths; Ironwork; Horses; Horseshoes; Chesebro Blacksmith Shop Calks are knob-like structures that are placed on a horseshoe to keep the horse from slipping. Calks are placed on the ends of the shoe and/or on the toe. Parallel calked horseshoes have their calking...

5. Side Weight Horseshoes Side Weight Horseshoes United States; Farriers; Horses; Hoof; Hooves; Ironwork; Blacksmithing; Blacksmiths; Early American transportation; One side of the shoe was longer than the other, either the left or the right depending on which hoof of the horse it was placed on. The long side of the side weight shoe was always closest to the inside...

6. Blunt Calked Horseshoes Vs. Sharp Calked Horseshoes Blunt Calked Horseshoes Vs. Sharp Calked Horseshoes United States; Farriers; Ironwork; Blacksmiths; Blacksmithing; Horses; Calking; Hooves Calks were knob-like structures placed on a horseshoe to prevent a horse from slipping. Blunt calks are box shaped, the top being most obviously flat. Sharp calks come to a point at the top and look triangular...

7. King of the Speedway and Queen of the Speedway Horseshoes King of the Speedway and Queen of the Speedway Horseshoes United States; Farriers; Horses; Ironwork; Hooves; Blacksmithing; Blacksmiths; The King of the Speedway and the Queen of the Speedway are both brands of a very light, thin, and smooth racing horseshoe.
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