Trying to see if I can move some of these items before they got to a storage locker: Here is a list of available goods.
Originally Posted by Burnsville
I have managed to get some photos taken of most of the gear f/s. I have decided to consolidate my gear into one posting. I have pictures available by request . Please, ask only for image of item you are interested in; and serious inquiries only, please.
All items are to be shipped USPS unless another shipper is desired. Payment by Paypal will require an additional 3% charge, as this is the Paypal seller fee. Shipping is not included with listed price, please ask for additional shipping charges. Some items may cost more, such as the frock coat, to ship.
Maker: Charlie Child's, County Cloth
Pattern: Made off of original worn by private Johnson, 29th ALabama infantry. Worn by this soldier when he was killed at Peach Tree Creek, GA. This coat appears in E.OG.
Coat features all features as original, to include piece sewn parts of the coat in sleeve and tail. This coat was hand sewn. The coat was $650 new, and took almost a year to receive. The quality of detail in this coat is remarkable.
Condition: Like new condition
Material : #8b jean, County Cloth
Price$ reduced from original asking price of $575 to $425. Folks, this is over $200 cheaper than the original price of the coat.
II. Columbus Depot
Maker : Charlie Child's, County Cloth
Material: brown jean, County Cloth
Condition: Used: certain spots show light dirt and dust.
III. Richmond Type II.
Maker: Chris Daley
Material:#FGB Jean, County Cloth
Condition: Used, but looks like never worn
Maker: Ross Lamoreux
Material: Homespun brown woolen material w/ trim on pockets. Totally handsewn.
Condition: I bought this from a guy, brand new.
VIII. Drawers, handsewn, U.S. Federal issue
Maker: purchased originally from Regimental Quartermaster
Size 36"-38" waist
Construction: ALL hand worked
Condition: new, never used
X. Trousers, machine stitched
Maker: North State Haberdashery
Construction: MACHINE SEWN
Material : Grey jean
XI. Cartridge Box: Trans Miss. Depot Maker
Construction: Hand Stitched
Material: Painted Cloth
Pattern: Columbus Arsenal
NO TINS PRESENT:
XIII.English Snake Belt w/ buckle
Maker: Neil Rose
Condition: Originally white buff, but has faded to a dirty mixture of white and brown. Belt can be cleaned, but time and patience needed. Excellent belt, and quality unbeatable.
NOTE: Please do not ask for pictures if you have no intetion of purchasing an item. Furthermore, I ask that all inquries be of a serious nature. Again, if you do not have the ability to purchase the garment, no offense, but please do not ask for pictures.
For pictures email : firstname.lastname@example.org