Uniform on hold. Thanks for looking.
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Uniform on hold. Thanks for looking.
I ordered the federal red chasseur trowsers as a 37 inch natural waist (at the belly button) but appears they would fit anyone from size 33-38 without appearing ill-fitting. (A larger...
Just an observation -- I did a quick review of the recommended suppliers on zouave units' websites and found new red federal chasseur trowsers of the same quality as what I'm offering are going for...
Here are pics of the Wheat's Tiger trowsers and canteen for sale, as mentioned in my earlier post.
I have higher-resolution versions of these if you want me to email you.
Thanks for looking!
Greetings, lads. Need some reenacting cash, so I'm selling off some gear I seldom get a chance to use: here are uniform parts for 165th NY federal zouaves and partial uniform for CSA Wheat's Tiger...
Just wondering -- did the professionals use any metal detectors or even review the aerial X-rays done in the past decade to reclaim objects in the area before the bulldozers...
Too bad we don't have a super-sugar-daddy to buy us a temporary "brickyard" on the edge of the town. Someday I'd like to portray the 154th NY's action on what's now Costner Avenue.
Jump on this offer, lads -- approx $65 for a shelter half of this quality is a bully deal.
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Barry D has a size 42 by Chris Daley for sale on the other main board.
Yeah, I just finished a chapter in Noe's reference last night in which a group of poorly armed, fairly raw troops inadvertently led a charge on the Union lines.
On another note, it was interesting...
Sean Cooper can point you in a progressive directions:
I also look forward to seeing this. Will come out just before the anniversary of the Address at Gettysburg, so we will try to tie the two together during our annual November observance.
Yikes, I wonder how common that would have been, to have so many weapons in the same company misfire? Perhaps on the trip to Perryville the insides of their weapons got coated with the dust cloud...
Miz Lawson: "You don't want to be stumbling around at 2:00 am trying to find a camp among thousands of people in the dark woods."
Ah, yes, brings back memories of Andersburg ... lads of the...
Check the "other" board (AC) -- I believe there's one from the former Orchard Hill still up for sale there?
Re the Japanese sword, many a battlefield pickup certainly made it back to the US from the Asian Theatre. My father brought home a Japanese sailor's shirt/fatigue blouse he found in one...
I think I saw a compilation (several VHS subjects on one DVD) DVD at our local Best Buy last winter. I'll recheck it out.
Thanks for sharing. I really like the "log cabin" Kelly's Bitters bottle.
Think I'll plan another trip back to Desoto Bend -- haven't visited the Bertrand since my newspaper days 30 years ago (wow!...
NPS says museum is open 0900-1600 each day so I'll have a small window tomorrow morning and an even smaller winder after "Bloody Hill" on Sunday to visit the museum. We'll see how it goes.
Thanks, Kip. I'll try that phone number -- the one I got by Googling is no longer in service. I saw somewhere that the park is open until 6 p.m. and since Sweeny's is part of the NPS I hoped it would...
Do you know the hours of operation for Dr. Sweeny's museum (now NPS) on the edge of Wilson Creek?
Work has me bogged down so it appears I'll be making an early morning drive on Friday...
Just sent you an email re wanting to buy 12 japanned buttons for delivery by early next week -- am upgrading some trowsers for Wilson's Creek.
Natural waist size and inseam on the trowsers?
I've enjoyed working with you as a vendor and reading your comments on this board. Perhaps we'll see you in the field.
" ... the item he kept or sent home was his shelter half and not a jacket, hat, buttons something "flashy and kewl". Certainly seems to be in too good of shape to have been used in the field?"