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Columbus Depot Jacket 1862-1864

Columbus Depot Jacket 1862-1864

Regular price $250.00 USD
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By far the most common depot jacket utilized within the Army of Tennessee from the late fall of 1862 through the Nashville Campaign of 1864, the Columbus Depot Jacket would serve the primary Western army well. 

Like Richmond, Columbus utilized the extensive use of machines within their construction - often with the unique feature of blue top thread and brown bottom. While there are a multitude of variations within the standard pattern, we are pleased to offer the two common pocket variations of two interior pockets or one exterior. The body of the jacket is made from grey on natural wool jean, lined in cotton osanburg, and trimmed in indigo blue. Please note that all branches of service were issued jackets trimmed in blue. 

  • Custom Sizing

If you select "Custom" sizing, we will contact you via the email you use at checkout to get your measurements.

  • Historic Fit

Please note that our custom garments are true reproductions. The tailoring fit and shapes are accurate to the historic garment, which are often different than equivalent modern clothing.

  • Production Time

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

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