Regimental and Civilian coats
Regimental topcoat circa 1740s & 1750s.
Basic regimental coat, plain buttons, no lace, either full or coattee length. Variations in collar, facings and cuffs available.
Elaborate regimental coat with unit lace, buttons and details. Price will vary with type and amount of lace.
Civilian topcoat circa 1750-1770
Full length regimental or coattee for War of 1812 with unit buttons and unit lace.
Fine Regency topcoat with cutaway front and tails. Single or double breasted.
Short, waist length jacket for Artillery or Cavalry impressions.
Military or civilian knee length frock coat.
Greatcoat with shoulder cape(s), collar and cuff variations depending on era.
Military and civilian waistcoat and vests
Doublet suitable for Elizabethan or Tudor impressions.
Basic waistcoat for either military or civilian impressions.
Sleeved waistcoat for civilian use as a simple coat, or under a full regimental coat in winter for warmth.
Sleeveless, short waistcoat with tall "regency" collar.
A waist length vest with short "mandarin" collar, welt pockets and back belt.
Plain or fancy vest circa 1880s. Single or double breasted, optional details.
Basic shirts for each era
Plain shirt with fold down collar and narrow cuffs
Basic colonial shirt with ruffles at breast opening and cuffs
3 button front placket with fold down collar
Narrow fall breeches with button or buckle closures at the leg
French-fly knee breeches
Narrow fall trousers with fitted (gaitered) legs
Narrow fall trousers for Regency /War of 1812
Button fly trousers circa 1830-1910
Black linen neckstock, tie or button closure
Cravats in either cotton or linen.
Side buttoning gaiters in short, medium or tall lengths
Informal caps for military wear
Beret style wool caps, with muslin lining and yarn pompom.
European "A" style fatigue cap
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