Alternative names: Trousers

Pair of officer's pants, made by Stanley Nichols in Melbourne, 1893. Worn by an officer in the Victorian Permanent Artillery.

Physical Description

Black wool with wide, red stripe 5.5cm wide down length of outer leg. Calico pockets under red band at side seam on either side. High shaped waistband at back. Back waist has adjustable wool straps and metal two pronged buckle. Six button fly front (one button missing). Inside waist has striped cotton band and waxed cotton facings on fly and waistband. Two front buttons at waist level. Waxed cotton piping around top of garment.

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