Famous Confederate Officer Coats. Lee & Pickett Frock Coats. Mosby coat. Made in USA

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Civil War Uniforms of Famous Confederates

We offer accurate reproductions of uniforms worn by famous Confederates.

We can also custom make other uniforms from a picture and specifications provided by you. If the options below don't meet your needs, call us to discuss your specific customization requirements.
 
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All Famous Confederate Uniforms are custom made specifically for you and are subject to a restocking fee. Please allow 4-6 weeks for delivery.

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$459.95 $367.97 On Sale!

Used, worn only once C&C Sutlery CS General Frock Coat is patterned after Robert E. Lee's coat. 

This 16-button front coat is made of Cadet Gray wool and has solid staff (buff) trim on the collar and cuff and buff piping on the lapels and front. The coat features General's braid of 4 rows on each sleeve and General's collar insignia. There is a 6 button officers pattern on the back of the the coat and pockets in the skirt. The cuff is a 3 button functional cuff. The buttons are CS Staff or Virginia buttons buttons. The coat is fully lined with black cotton lining and muslin sleeve lining and has one inside pockets.

Only 1 available. Sold "as is" and all sales are final

The picture shows an EXAMPLE Lee Frock Coat.

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Proudly Made in USA in the Great State of Idaho.



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$429.95

This CS General Frock Coat is patterned after Robert E. Lee's coat. 

This 16-button front coat is made of Cadet Gray wool and has solid staff (buff) trim on the collar and cuff and buff piping on the lapels and front. The coat features General's braid of 4 rows on each sleeve and General's collar insignia. There is a 6 button officers pattern on the back of the the coat and pockets in the skirt. The cuff is a 3 button functional cuff. The buttons are CS Staff buttons. The coat is fully lined with black cotton lining and muslin sleeve lining and has one inside pockets. 

A 24-button front is available for an additional charge.

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Proudly MADE IN USA in the Great State of Idaho.



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$331.95

This Frock Coat is patterned after the coat Robert E. Lee was wearing when photographed on his back porch in Richmond Virginia by Matthew Brady April 1865. This uniform is often referred to as the 'Back Porch Uniform".

The coat is made of officers grade wool. The plain sleeve without braid makes this a type of field uniform. The lapel is a fold-over civilian style and the collar is adorned with 3 5-pointed stars instead of the typical general's wreath surrounding the stars. The 16-button front of Virginia State seal buttons are placed in the typical General's button pattern of 4 sets of 2.

There is a 6 button officers pattern on the back of the the coat and pockets in the skirt. The cuff is a 3 button functional cuff. The coat is fully lined with black cotton lining and has one inside pockets. 

The coat is available in a variety of wools. 

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$346.95

 This CSA Major General Frock Coat is patterned after George E. Pickett's coat. 

This 18-button front coat is made of Cadet Gray wool and has solid black trim on the collar and cuff and General's collar insignia. Gold braid encircles the sleeve cuff bottom and outlines the cuff point. The cuff is a 3 button functional cuff.   There is a 6 button officers pattern on the back of the the coat and pockets in the skirt. The buttons are CS Staff buttons. The coat is fully lined with black cotton lining and muslin sleeve lining and has one inside pockets. The bottom of the coat skirt is raw per the originals.

Dark blue trousers with two1/2' stripes of gold braid, 1/4" apart, are appropriate for this frock coat. A navy blue kepi with 4 rows of gold braid complete the uniform for general George E. Pickett.

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$234.95

Confederate cavalry leader John Singleton Mosby, nicknamed the "Gray Ghost",  is among the most romantic characters in the Civil War. His command,organized in early 1863,  the 43rd Battalion, 1st Virginia Cavalry, known as Mosby's Rangers or Mosby's Raiders, was a partisan ranger unit noted for its lightning quick raids and its ability to elude Union Army pursuers and disappear, blending in with local farmers and townsmen. Mosby's Raiders sacked supply depots, attacked railroads, and harassed the Union troops. The area of northern central Virginia in which Mosby operated with impunity was known during the war and ever since as Mosby's Confederacy.

This shell jacket is made of gray wool, lined in black lining, and features a buff wool collar and cuff. It has a 14 button front of CS staff buttons and a 3 button functional cuff. There is also a left breast exterior pocket.  There are 2 inside pockets. The jacket comes complete with 3 stars on the collar. 

Complete your uniform with a Mosby-style gray felt slouch hat trimmed in grosgrain ribbon.

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$385.95

This CS Colonel Frock Coat is the coat of Col. Lawrence Massillon Keitt as described in Commanders of the Civil War by William C. Davis page 68.

Keitt  commanded the 20th South Carolina Volunteer Infantry Regiment and later Kershaw's Brigade.  Mortally wounded at the Battle of Cold Harbor on June 3, 1864, Keitt died the next day near Richmond, Virginia.

This coat comes complete with Colonel Braid (three rows) on each sleeve, Colonel collar insignia, 14 button front with CS staff buttons, solid trim or piping on collar and cuff, full length lapel and skirt piping, fully lined with black cotton lining, and 2 inside pockets. There is a 6 button officers pattern on the back of the the coat. The cuff is a 3 button functional cuff.

This coat is shown in Tuscaloosa Grey wool with Sky Blue collar and cuff and Sky Blue piping on lapels and skirt.  

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$149.95

The M1850 Union Staff & Field Officer Sword is a fine reproduction sword and a faithful copy of the originals used. It is made to to perform exactly as the original in every way. The hand forged blade is British military spec fully tempered 1095 high carbon steel that will flex over 20 degrees and return to true. The leather handle is wire wrapped and the pommel and guard are brass. The blade is unsharpened. This sword is collector grade.

Befitting their rank, this sword displays a high degree of ornamentation. The brass guard has hand chased foliage and "U.S." between the branches. The blade is etched with foliage, military trophies, "U.S.", "E Pluribus Unum" and "Iron Proof." During the years before the war, many Confederate officers, including General Robert E. Lee, carried this sword in the Indian campaigns. Brass pommel, scabbard is blue steel.

The blade is 30" long, overall length is 35".

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$149.95

The Confederate Staff & Field Officer Sword is a fine reproduction sword and a faithful copy of the originals used. It is made to to perform exactly as the original in every way. The hand forged blade is British military spec fully tempered 1095 high carbon steel that will flex over 20 degrees and return to true. The leather handle is wire wrapped and the pommel and guard are brass. The blade is unsharpened.

This faithful reproduction of the Boyle, Gamble and McFee sword is a beauty and is collector grade. The blade etching is even more detailed than on the old ones, with the heroic "C.S.A.", cannon and battle flag all well done. The brass fittings are beautifully hand finished with precise detail. Note the five pointed star and "CS" on the knuckle bow. Top grain leather scabbard.

Refer to Confederate Edged Weapons by William A. Albaugh, III page 9.

The blade is 31" long, overall length is 36".

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