This is a single rigged brown leather child's Western (stock) saddle with all parts present. There are inscriptions in the seat and at the back of the cantle. There is simple decorative border stamp tooling around the edges of all of the major parts of the saddle; fender & stirrup leather, pommel, seat, jockeys, and skirt. Wool fleece lines the inner surface of the skirt. The stirrups are wooden. There six string sets with leather and metal conchos.
Inscribed at the rear of the leather seat: "John D. Nelson". Inscribed at the front of the seat: "NEWBERRY'S | ALLIANCE, NEB. | MAKER | N". Inscribed on the underside of the cantle: "2538".