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Belt Buckle

Belt Buckle

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Belt buckle. Brass (?). Square piece with raised circle in center. Attached to either side of square is metal bar, bent to fit around square. Two small holes in back of square.

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Accession #:

012.01.12

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Harness

Harness

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These are harness parts. a) is a leather strap with a metal buckle on one end and remains of rope on other end. b) is a leather strap with a metal rivet and two buckle holes. Although currently separate, item a) and b) buckle into each other.

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Accession #:

013.21.08ab

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Harness

Harness

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This is a hame for horse harness. It is made of wood and metal harness part with several metal rings and leather strap with buckle attached to one ring. Hames (if a full collar is used) are made up of two metal or wooden strips which take the full force of the pull, padded by the collar.

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Accession #:

013.21.09

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chaps

chaps

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A pair of leather chaps. The chaps have three buckles on the inside. They have silver buttons and tassels on the outside. The buttons have stars and dots on them. The top has light tan leather detailing. On the left side it reads "FRASER" and on the right it reads "JOHN FRASER" in marker. They are joined by a thin leather string. These chaos belonged to John Fraser, a Vancouver South MP. His daughter Sheena Fraser gave them to the museum. The chaps were handmade by someone in Williams Lake B.C.

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Accession #:

017.04.01

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spats

spats

Description:

This pair of spats are of grey wool material with knitted tops. They have a leather foot strap with a strap at one end and a buckle at the other end. The strap is missing from one of the spats (b). There are a few holes here and there but these spats are still strong. They belonged to Mrs. Geoffrey Downton, but were donated to the museum by Marjory Gimse, her grand-daughter. After further examination the material may be a type of polyester with plastic particles because there is a blue/grey sediment that is coming from the fabric, indicating plastic degradation.

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Accession #:

986.02.05ab

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Spats

Spats

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These spats belonged to Mrs. Geoffrey Downton who was the mother of Marjory Gimse. They are made of taupe coloured felt and have 10 buttons and button holes up on side. There is a buckle and strap to go under the foot The strap is leather lined as is the heel. There is a piece of leather sewn to the top seam of one spat with gold lettering. Made for" Hudson Bay Company" by Church and Company, Northampton, England. There is a white cleaning tag on each spat held on by a staple with the #4285. A #3is stamped into the felt.

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Accession #:

986.02.04ab

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Bridle

Bridle

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This is the bridle off horse's equipment. It is made of leather, including the eye patches. The rings and buckles are made of iron (now rusted). It is a leather strap hooked in a circle by rings which can be tightened by a belt like apparatus. It is quite worn.

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Accession #:

985.10.05

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Part of Harness

Part of Harness

Description:

This part of the harness is the long leather hames. It has a chain on one end followed by the leather. A ring then joins the leather to a belt like piece with hole and a buckle. It is very worn.

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Accession #:

985.10.04

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Purse

Purse

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From a batch of items donated by Sue Nelson. Items belonged to her aunt Rosie Wallace who was the daughter of Maggie Saul. Leather purse with 3 pockets (1 main, 1 inside main with zipper and 1 outside) belt buckle attaching strap to clasp. (press lock clasp) inside lining of main pocket starting to come off. Some stains on outside of purse. No strap. Condition is good.

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Accession #:

011.01.02

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