Richmond Depot Jackets
The standard jacket of the Army of Northern Virginia from the fall of ’62 until the end of the war. Each type has essentially the same body features, and the difference merely lies within the use of trim (in the case of the type I) and untrimmed epaulettes (in the case of the type II.) Though in truth, there is no set standard for what determines typology, such as number of buttons and other features.
W,W&Co. reproductions incorporate many features common to the jackets made by the Richmond Depot, including all of the exposed stitching handsewn, an interior pocket set into the left front, a nine button front, and non-functional epaulettes. The jackets have a six piece body and a two piece sleeve.
*Style and fabric will vary depending on what we are sent.*
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