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  • Freeman Knit cap
    $39.95 "Freeman" Knit Cap
    This new knit cap is taken from the cap pictured in the circa 1822 painting by James Alexander Simpson of an African American "freeman".  The cap is hand knit wool and sits tall on the wearer's head and is made of red,...

  • Miner's Overshirt
    $109.00 Choose Options "Miner" Style Overshirt - Wool flannel
    The 1840's and 50's were a time of industrial production in the United States and across Europe.  Part of that industrialization process was the increase in commercially available mass produced clothing.  By the...

  • Reproduction
    $18.60 "New York" Handkerchief
    We were fortunate enough to obtain the original of this handkerchief during a sale of Civil War relics out of New York.  We do not know who owned the handkerchief originally, but it was part of a large Civil War...

  • "Success To Washington 1775" Wallet
    $49.95 "Success to Washington 1775" Wallet
    There are numerous originals of these wallets that still exist today, some with various forms of embossing, but all with the "Success to Washington, 1775" motif.  There are numerous originals of this type of wallet in...

  • Shot pouch front
    $89.95 18th-early 19th century style "hair on" shot pouch with belt
    Another great addition to our leather products, we are offering these "taw" cow shot pouches, complete with vegetable tanned leather belt.  The pouches, as visible, are hair-on and feature sheep bonding with vegetable...

  • Men's 19th century Sack Coat
    $179.00 Choose Options 19th Century Civilian Sack Coat
    Made by the same maker as our paletots, these civilian sack coats are an excellent addition to your mid-19th century impression.  Made from 100% wool outer, with brown polished cotton lining and white cotton sleeve...

  • Money belt front view
    $69.95 19th Century Leather Money Belts
    We are excited to offer these excellent reproduction leather money belts.  Each belt features four (4) individual compartments for money or other valuables that is covered by one closure piece....with individual buttons...

  • Repro Hot Dipped Bertrand Cup #2
    $24.95 Bertrand Cup #2 - HOT DIPPED TIN
    The Steamer Bertrand sank in the Missouri River on April 1, 1865.  The boat was enroute to Virginia City, Montana, when it hit a snag and sank near Omaha, NB.  The steamer was loaded with tons of good destined for...

  • Reproduction Broaddus Handkerchief
    $21.95 Broaddus 9th Virginia Cavalry Handkerchief
    The original of this handkerchief was carried by Dr. Eugene Broaddus of the 9th Virginia Cavalry, Company B "Caroline Light Dragoons."  The handkerchief is 27 x 27 and made of 100% cotton.  The original was in...

  • Hand knit camp hat or "tam"
    $44.95 Camp Hat or "Tam"
    New offering by our knitters, we are pleased to offer Civil War period camp hats or "tams."  These type of knit hats show up often in photos and some original photos still exist.  Our reproduction is hand knit from...

  • Coffee Pot
    $29.95 Coffee Pot - Small personal size
    Small personal sized coffee pot that will fit in your knapsack or can easily be tied or buckled to your knapsack, haversack,or blanket roll.  Made of plated tin and typical of mass produced mid-19th century tinware...

  • "Gettysburg" blanket
    $149.00 Confederate "Gettysburg" Style Blanket
    We pleased to make available this reproduction blanket made after the style of the Confederate battlefield pickup blanket that is in the NPS Museum at Gettysburg.  Our reproduction is not an exact reproduction due to...

  • Cyrus Dennis Handkerchief
    $21.95 Cpl. Cyrus Dennis, 1st Maryland "Potomac Home Brigade" Cavalry Hanky
    Introducing the newest in our lineup of historical, accurate reproduction Civil War handkerchiefs.  This handkerchief was recently acquired as part of our collection, and belonged to Corporal Cyrus Dennis of the 1st...

  • CS Jean Cloth overcoat
    $159.00 Choose Options CS Jean Cloth Overcoat
    This hand finished overcoat is patterned like the US Foot Overcoat, but is made from jeans cloth and features wooden buttons with hand sewn button holes.  The coat is lined with brown polished cotton and white cotton...

  • Double breasted civilian frock coat
    $199.00 Double Breasted Civilian Frock Coat
    Fabulous men's civilian double breasted frock coat, available in correct medium weight wool and featuring a cotton velvet collar.  This coat covers all of your mid-19th century frock coat needs and is great for daily...

  • Black wool paletot
    $199.00 Double Breasted Men's Paletot
    We are offering these great double breasted, 100% wool paletots, made exclusively by Ben Jenkins of Jenkins & Company.  The coats are made with 100% woolen cloth, exquisitely hand finished button holes, wooden...

  • Jean cloth paletot
    $159.00 Choose Options Double Breasted Paletot - Jean Cloth
    Made from the same pattern as our wool broadcloth paletots (similar to coats found on the Steamboat Arabia), these jean cloth paletots are made from gray jean cloth and feature brown polished cotton lining and white cotton...

  • Early 19th century socks
    $42.95 Choose Options Early 19th Century Sock
    These socks are faithfully reproduced from instructions for an early 19th century socks, before 1820.  These socks would be excellent for wearing with gaitered trousers or with close fitting overalls.  Currently...

  • Field modification hot dipped tin boiler
    $22.95 Field Modification Boiler w\Wire Bail - HOT DIPPED TIN
    This field modification boiler is made from a #3 canned goods can with the top removed and holes punched for the addition of the wire bail.  Ours is made from hot dipped in and measures 4.5 inches in diameter by 5...

  • Folding spoon
    $32.95 Folding Bone Handle Spoon
    We had this reproduction made from our original Civil War era folding spoon.  Our original was made from white copper (reason for the slightly more expensive cost), and this reproduction is also made featuring a bone...