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Beauregard's Tailor

Double-Breasted Enlisted Frock Coat

Double-Breasted Enlisted 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. 

Originals and image show varying styles of these coats in use, ranging from true copies of the official 1861 Uniform Regulations, to much plainer interpretations of the garment. Images also show them from use in the earliest months of the war to images of solider in the trenches of Petersburg (April 1865) wearing the double-breasted frocks. 

Each coat is made from gray on natural wool jean, with a number of style options noted below. Coats are lined in a mixture of cotton osanburg and shirting. 

  • 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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