are cut out of the full, same strap, fitted up quite and stitched with four rows, the center of the frog being provided with a metallic ornament the hip straps are secured to the crupper body by metallic screws. ; The breeching bodies are of solid leather, ; two and three quarter inches wide the layer straight and stitched with four rows; the layers and hip the tugs with loops before and after the buckles on each tug is an ivory ring in place of the ordinary breeching rings: they are put up the same as collar buckles, having loops for the tugs and trace bearer frogs, the latter being of som? neat, appropriate pattern.
The breeching straps act as pole straps as well, as they extend from the breeching to the neck yoke, and are provided with heavy straps at the pole ends, and attached to the breeching martingale fashion.
Bearing straps are attached to the forward ends, and are secured to the harness by swivel snap hooks.
The traces and safes are cut in one piece, the safe end being four and one half, the other portion two inches wide, and attached to the harness by a heavy loop and three plated-head rivets they have three straight rows of stitches, ten to the inch. ; straps are stitched fourteen to the inch
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