1. Confederate Commutation jacket made from naturally dyed butternut jean cloth, lined in cotton osnaburg, trimmed with silk tape, and closed with sand-cast buttons. The jacket has two outside pockets, with the buttonholes being sewn with silk buttonhole gimp.
2. Confederate Commutation trousers made from NJ Nicholas Sekela's naturally dyed blue wool jean cloth. The trousers are mainly machine sewn, with details of construction taken off a number of mass-production civilian trousers. They are closed with bone and china buttons, have two waist-band pockets, and details are sewn by hand.
4. Federal Issue SA trousers made from FHW and County Cloth sky blue kesery. The trousers are completely handsewn, with side-seam pockets, watch pocket, closed with paper-back tin buttons, and lined in cotton. The trousers have a slightly different colored waistband and yoke as per some original trousers.
5. Used 32nd Georgia Frock coat made from English Army Cloth. The frock is completely handsewn, lined in cotton and linen, quilted chest, two chest pockets, two tail pockets, and is closed with South Carolina State buttons. The coat is copied from a photograph of a 32nd Georgia Private, killed at Olustee in February 1864. The coat has been used once, and shows some stains and wear, but is in excellent condition (photos show the coat when first produced).
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