Federal Union Frock Coats
The regulation dress coat for all commissioned Union officers is the double or single breasted frock coat appropriate for rank. Enlisted foot soldiers regulation dress coat is a single breasted frock coat.
C&C Sutlery Union Enlisted & Officer Frock Coats are made high quality Navy (Dark) Blue wool. The body and sleeves are lined with cotton lining. The skirt is unlined and the bottom edge is left raw (unhemmed) per originals. The coat has an inside pocket. The functional cuffs have button closures. Single or Double Breasted officer coats are available.
All of our frock coats can be customized to meet your needs. In many cases, we can duplicate a frock coat from a picture. If the options below don't meet your needs, call us to discuss your specific customization.
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All Frock Coats are custom made specifically for you and are subject to a restocking fee. Please allow 4-6 weeks for delivery.
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From the Revised US Army Regulations of 1861:
ARTICLE LI - UNIFORM, DRESS, AND HORSE EQUIPMENTS COAT
For Commissioned Officers
1442. All officers shall wear a frock-coat of dark blue cloth, the skirt to extend from two-thirds to three-fourths of the distance from the top of the hip to the bent of the knee; single breasted for Captains and Lieutenants; double-breasted for all other grades. 1443. For a Major-General--two rows of buttons on the breast, nine in each row, placed by threes; the distance between each row, five and one-half inches at the top, and three and one-half inches at the bottom; standing-up collar, to rise no higher than to permit the chin to turn freely over it, to hook in front at the bottom, and slope thence up and backward at an angle of thirty degrees on each side; cuffs two and one-half inches deep to go around the sleeves parallel with the lower edge, and to button with three small buttons at the under seam; pockets in the folds of the skirts, with one button at the hip, and one at the end of each pocket, making four buttons on the back and skirt of the coat, the hip button to range with the lowest buttons on the breast; collar and cuffs to be of dark blue velvet; lining of the coat black.
1444. For a Brigadier-General --the same for a Major-General, except that there will be only eight buttons in each row on the breast, placed in pairs.
1445. For A Colonel--the same as for a Major-General, except that there will be only seven buttons in each row on the breast, placed at equal distances; collar and cuffs of the same color and material as the coat.
1446. For a Lieutenant-Colonel--the same as for a Colonel.
1447. For a Major--the same as for a Colonel.
1448. For a Captain--the same as for a Colonel, except that there will be only one row of nine buttons on the breasts, placed at equal distances.
1450. For a Second Lieutenant--the same as for a Captain.
1451. For a Brevet Second Lieutenant--the same as for a Captain.
1452. For a Medical Cadet--the same as for a Brevet Second Lieutenant.
For Enlisted Men
1454. The uniform coat for all enlisted foot men, shall be a single-breasted frock of dark blue cloth, made without plaits, with a skirt extending one-half the distance from the top of the hip to the bend of the knee; one row of nine buttons on the breast, placed at equal distances; stand-up collar, to rise no higher than to permit the chin to turn freely over it, to hook in front at the bottom and then to slope up and backward at an angle of thirty degrees on each side; cuffs pointed according to pattern, and to button with two small buttons at the under seam; collar and cuffs edged with a cord or welt of cloth as follows, to wit: Scarlet for Artillery; sky-blue for Infantry; yellow for Engineers; crimson for Ordnance and Hospital stewards. On each shoulder a metallic scale according to pattern; narrow lining for skirt of the coat of the same color and material as the coat; pockets in the folds of the skirts with one button at each hip to range with the lowest buttons on the breast; no buttons at the ends of the pockets.
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