The Queen's Own Rifles of Canada Regimental Museum and Archives

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Title Officer's Tunic and pants
Description Officer's patrol tunic and trousers. Worn by Lieutenant Colonel W Barnard 1952. Manufactured by Tip Top Clothes.

Tunic: Made of Green Barathea wool, missing shoulder chords, and collar dogs. 12 ribbons from the First world War, Second to 1970s. Five large Regimental buttons along the front, and 2 medium buttons on the chest pockets.

Trousers: Made of Black Barathea wool, along the outer seam of trousers theres a two inch black braid, high waisted worn with suspenderrs,button fly, and leather tabs with buckle to be worn under the inseam of the boots/shoes.
Catalog Number 03025
Object Name Uniform, Military
Material Fabric
Year Range from 1952
Search Terms Uniform
People Barnard