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    Default Beauregard's Tailor

    Beauregard's Tailor provides authentically constructed Confederate and civilian clothing items based on surviving originals, period photographs, or first person descriptions of 19th century clothing.

    All orders are custom-made for the individual buyer and generally require 4-8 week delivery time.

    2011-2012 Catalog:

    Confederate Depot Jackets

    Richmond Depot Jackets I, II, III
    (Jean cloth or imported army cloth)
    Details:
    - Cotton osanburg lining
    - One inside pocket
    - Buttons: "I" script or block, Confederate wooden, Federal Eagles, or state
    -Completely hand sewn

    Price:
    Richmond I: $210.00
    Richmond II: $175.00
    Richmond III: $165.00

    Atlanta Depot Jacket
    (Blue-grey wool jean)
    Details:
    - Cotton osanburg lining
    - One inside pocket
    - Buttons: Confederate wooden, "I" script or block, Federal Eagles, or state
    - Completely hand-sewn

    Price: $170.00

    Department of Alabama
    (Wool or cotton jean cloth)
    Details:
    - Blue jean collar
    - Cotton osanburg lining
    - One outside pocket
    - Buttons: "I" script or Confederate wooden
    - Completely hand-sewn

    Price: $175.00

    Charleston Depot Jacket
    (Imported army cloth)
    Details:
    - Cotton osanburg lining
    - One inside pocket
    - Back belt-loops
    - Buttons: "I" script, Federal Eagles, or South Carolina buttons
    - Completely hand-sewn

    Price: $185.00

    "Deep South" Depot Jacket
    (Rough cotton jean cloth)
    Details:
    - Cotton osanburg lining
    - One inside pocket
    - "I" block buttons
    - Completely hand-sewn

    Price: $165.00


    Homemade Military Clothing

    Georgia Overcoat/Frock Coat*
    (Jean cloth, flannel, or kesery)
    Details:
    - Lining: cotton, silk, linen, or wool
    - One inside pocket and two tail pockets
    - Buttons: Federal Eagles, civilian coin, state, or bone
    - With or without sky blue worsted wool tape
    - Completely hand-sewn

    Price: $375.00

    * This coat is based on several different photos of early-war Georgia Confederates, who appear to be wearing overcoats converted to look like military frock coats.

    Confederate Frock Coat*
    (Jean or kesery)
    Details:
    - Cotton, silk, linen, or wool
    - One inside pocket and two tail pockets
    - Quilted-chest
    - Buttons: Federal eagles, state, civilian coin, "I" block or script, or Confederate wooden
    - Completely hand-sewn

    Price:
    Frock coat no trim: $375.00
    Frock coat with tape trim: $450.00
    Frock coat with collar and sleeve trim: $425.00

    * There are hundreds of original photographs of Confederate soldiers wearing frock coats, with a wide-range of variety of trim and cuts. Please feel free to inquire about different styles that I can copy.

    Commutation Jacket*

    * Similar to the above listed frock coat, there are hundreds of styles that could be copied, please send me a e-mail with the type that you would be interested in and I will provide you with a price estimate for the jacket.


    Confederate Trousers

    Richmond Depot Trousers
    (Wool jean or imported army cloth)
    Details:
    - Mule-ear pockets
    - Bone or painted tin buttons
    - Cotton osanburg lining
    - Completely hand-sewn

    Price: $175.00

    Commutation Trousers
    (Jean or kesery)
    Details:
    - Mule-ear, side-seam, welt, or waistband pockets
    - Bone or painted tin buttons
    - Cotton or linen lining
    - Completely hand-sewn

    Price:
    Trousers (no trim): $165.00
    Trousers (Worsted wool tape trim) $195.00

    Civilian Items

    [FONT="Georgia"]Civilian Trousers[/FONT]
    (Wool, cotton, linen [variety of patterned and plain cloths])
    Details:
    - Cotton, linen, silk, or wool lining
    - Bone, brass, or painted tin buttons
    - Side-seam pockets
    - Completely hand-sewn

    Price: $165.00

    Civilian Overshirt*
    (Jean, cotton, linen, flannel, or wool)

    * Many different styles that could be copied, please contact me with a style that you might be interested in purchasing.


    Please send me a e-mail at akcampaigner@yahoo.com if you have and questions or would like to place an order.

    Attached Photos:

    Alabama Commutation Jacket
    Richmond Depot II (Imported Army Cloth)
    Georgia Overcoat/Frock Coat
    "Deep South" Depot Jacket
    Department of Alabama Jacket

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    Attached Photos:

    Civilian Trousers (Black kesery)
    32nd Georgia Frock Coat (Imported Army Cloth)
    Civilian Overshirt (Linen)
    2nd Mississippi Company B Frock Coat (Cotton Jean Cloth)

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    Very nice things Andrew.

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    Very nice Andrew.Love the name also.Very fitting,I think.
    Cullen Smith
    South Union Guard

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    Attached are a few more photos of my completed works.

    Columbus Depot Jacket

    32nd Georgia Frock Coat (quilted lining)

    32nd Georgia Frock Coat and Richmond Depot Trousers

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    Attached are photos of a reproduction "Arabia Overshirt" based on one found on the Arabia Steamboat. Also photographed is a pair of civilian linen trousers based on several mid-19th century period paintings.

    The "Arabia Overshirt" and civilian linen trousers are currently priced at $165.00 shipped each.
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    Georgia Frock Coat - based on details taken from several different coats worn by Georgia Confederates throughout the war.

    Current pricing of a coat similar to this is $350.00-$375.00 depending on fabric.
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    Today I received My new Beauregard's Tailor Confederate Frock Coat- Georgia Pattern to go with my Beauregard's Tailor Commuutation Trousers. The workmanship in these two uniform pieces is beyond anything I expected, and they are completely hand sewn. I had done some research on my own, and after contacting Andrew he advised me of some choices he would suggest for the uniform to be as close to the proper uniform my ancestor would have worn as a member of the 3rd Ga. Regiment. His knowledge of the uniforms sets him apart from others I have talked to. I highly recommend Andrew and with him producing a product far greater than any I have seen the sutlers handle I suspect the demand for his uniforms will increase.

    cstokes359

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    Attached are a few more photographs of recently produced items.

    Tennessee Militia Jacket

    32nd Georgia Frock Coat

    Georgia State Jacket

    All the best,

    Andrew
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    I received a unique Confederate frock coat from Andrew the other day, and it is fantastic. His workmanship is first rate; he truly produces a superb product and I would recommend Andrew's services to all.
    Shawn Sturgill
    Rat Tails Mess/SCAR
    Breckinridge Greys

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