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

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Title Battledress Uniform
Description P49 Battledress Tunic, Trousers, leather belt, and black wool fox puttees. Tunic made by Master craft Uniform Company Registered 1951, and Trousers made by Bond Clothes 1951. Worn by Lieutenant P. Simundson.

Tunic: Olive drab wool, Lieutenant pips sewn onto epaulette, Queen's Own Rifles cloth shoulder titles, mobile command badge on right chest pocket, and an Officer's Whistle Lanyard.

Trousers: High waisted olive drab wool trousers, two hip pockets, one back pocket, and worn with suspenders.

Belt: Black leather belt, Regimental belt buckle with Queen's Own Rifles of Canada around the outer with the bugle, crown and numeral 2 in the centre.
Catalog Number 03021
Object Name Uniform, Military
Material Fabric/Leather
Year Range from 1951
Year Range to 1968
Search Terms Uniform
People Simundson, E.R.C.