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1st Texas Infantry Frock Coat

1st Texas Infantry Frock Coat

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By far the most generic of Confederate garments, the untrimmed Confederate frock coat is seen from the opening months of 1861 to the trenches of Petersburg. While not an official staple of the Southern depot system, the privately acquired frocks (both through the Commutation System and direct means) were seen amongst all of the armies of the Confederacy. 

This example is based on those frocks worn by the 1st Texas Infantry during 1861-1862. The frock is made from gray jean cloth, trimmed on the cuffs and collar, and closed with Texas State buttons.
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  • Production Time

All historic garments have a production time of five to six months (20-25 weeks).

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