CS Frock Coat - General R. E. Lee 'Back Porch Uniform"




CS Frock Coat - General R. E. Lee 'Back Porch Uniform"


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 wool colors.

2,200+ Made In Usa Illustrations, Royalty-Free Vector ...Proudly MADE IN USA in the Great State of Idaho.

This Frock Coat is custom made specifically for you and is subject to a MINIMUM 20% restocking fee. Please allow AT MINIMUM 6-14+ weeks for delivery. Click to read our RETURN and EXCHANGE Policy.

CS Frock Coat - General R. E. Lee 'Back Porch Uniform" $354.95

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