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Richmond Clothing Bureau Jacket 1862-1863 Vredenburg Variant

Richmond Clothing Bureau Jacket 1862-1863 Vredenburg Variant

Regular price $285.00 USD
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Richmond Clothing Bureau Jacket based on a surviving example given to a prisoner of war during late 1862 or 1863. The jacket is overall consistent with the other known examples from Richmond, but has a number of unusual features to the garment. 

Like many of the Richmond jackets, it is a mix of hand and machine sewing. While raw jean edges are also used on other examples, this coat is unusual in the use of a blanket stitch on all of the edges. Additionally the jacket has a welt pocket, typically used for exterior pocket designs rather than interior ones. Lastly, the jacket also has epaulets that are lined in cotton osanburg - a feature not found on other Richmond Clothing Bureau examples. 

Additional information regarding the jacket may be found here. 
  • 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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