Pantalones blancos de lino Gent, América, c. 1830 -
Augusta Auctions,Tasha Tudor Historic Costume Collection: Gents Leather Riding Breeches, Early 19th C
GENTS COTTON PLAID TROUSERS, 1840-1860 Tasha Tudor Historic Costume Collection Twill woven in plaid of red, brown, cream and yellow, broad front, high waistband with eleven black buttons, one watch and two welt pockets in waistband, very long straight legs, hand sewn, white tabby cotton lining, (scattered stains, small tear 6 above hem) good.
1820-1850 The trousers are made of a rust-brown ground with a medium indigo blue outlined with white windowpane check. Straight stovepipe style legs that rise high on the torso. At centerback is a waist yoke that rises from natural waist to two rounded inverted V's with japanned metal suspender buttons on each side of points. Pocket linings and waistband are lined with beige cotton. Four button broadfall with rounded corners.Two button centerfront closure.
Underwear Date: 1870–1900 Culture: American or European Medium: silk Dimensions: L. at side seam 40½ in. (102.9 cm) Accession Number: 1996.233 Metropolitan Museum of Art
Metropolitan Museum: pantalones de EEUU o Europa de algodón de 1800-10 (Inventario: 1976.148.2)
Date: 1830s Culture: American Medium: linen Dimensions: Length at Side Seam: 48 in. (121.9 cm)
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moleskin pants worn by the men during the Califonia, Goldrush
(c. 1850s) American trousers made of cotton and linen.