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Description: Chaps, angora goat skin fronts with hair dyed orange, 7 green dyed tufts sewn into orange on each leg; floral tooled leather waistbands with J tooled into right band and S tooled into left band, waistbands are joined with a knotted leather thong in front, right waistband has a rivet-attached leather belt, left waistband has a rivet-attached chromed buckle, right waistband and inside of both waistbands are stamped: VISALIA STOCK SADDLE/COMPANY/11313/SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.; right inner waistband is hand inscribed: (design): brown leather leg backs with scalloped vertical edge and 4 metal snap hooks riveted along edge; leg fronts are partially canvas lined with a leather backed pocket, 4 chromed metal rings attached through riveted metal straps for attaching back leg hooks. Condition: Worn but good, canvas lining is frayed where it has been cut away. Origin: Where - Personal studio collection of artist, W.H.D. Koerner.