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"Deep South" Mississippi Depot Jacket 1862-1863

"Deep South" Mississippi Depot Jacket 1862-1863

Regular price $225.00 USD
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Based on a surviving example linked to production in Mississippi in 1862-1863, this jacket represents one of the most simplistic garments issued in the Confederacy. The jacket has a four piece body, one piece sleeve and collar, and no pockets. The jacket was closed with 6 "I" Block buttons and did not incorporate any form of top stitching. 

Based on the history of the garment, it is believed to represent early "Deep South" depot production - ideal for representation at the battles of Shiloh, Iuka, Corinth, Kentucky Campaign, and Vicksburg Campaign. 

The original jacket is directly linked to a matching set of simple depot trousers that can be found here

Additional historical information can be found here.
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  • Production Time

All historic garments have a production time of six to eight months (25-32 weeks).

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